Video Surveillance for Charter Buses
Chartered buses and other private forms of transportation are perfect candidates for the security provided by video surveillance cameras. Buses and other forms of private transport like limos, cars and vans are popular for trips, going to the airport and other special events and are therefore in high demand. Because of their high demand and high turnover, many bus lines and private car companies have issues with vandalism and theft. Video surveillance cameras are an easy way to eliminate this problem, especially in larger environments.
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Mobile IP Surveillance Systems
Benefits of Airport Coach Surveillance
Flexibility – Modern IP surveillance systems make remote monitoring of cars easy and simple. Cameras can also be rearranged to suit different security needs.
Prevent vandalism – Many chartered buses experience problems with vandalism to seats, windows, and floors. Damaged equipment can be very costly very quickly, and can lead to an unsatisfying experience for customers and passengers. Video surveillance cameras are an easy way to prevent these damages
Prevent theft – On long bus rides, especially cross country trips with multiple stops, baggage and other goods in storage holds may be at risk to theft. Cameras mounted inside these storage areas can help prevent theft, and in case theft does happen, help you to identify the responsible parties.
Risks of Ski Bus Security Cameras
Privacy – Protect the privacy of your passengers, customers and drivers by keeping cameras in public areas like seating areas, and out of restrooms, sleeping cars, and other areas where privacy is expected. Well-placed and visible signs advising customers of the presence of surveillance cameras are also recommended.
Damage – Cameras may be inadvertently damaged by falling luggage, weather, or by collisions. These damages can affect the quality of your recording or cause it to stop altogether.
Things to Consider Before Installing Limo Surveillance
Before installing surveillance cameras in your fleet of buses or cars, consider the following:
- What do you consider to be your most pressing security issue?
- What kind of security systems do you currently have in place?
- Are there any aspects of your cars, trucks or buses that makes them susceptible to theft?
- Do you have specific routes that are more risky than others?
Charter Bus Surveillance Systems – Best Practices
- Place cameras at the front and the back of buses as to cover all possible seating areas
- Be wary of blind corners, especially on larger vehicles