Transportation

Read: Cloudastructure Acquires Smart Parking Company Visionful

Cloudastructure Acquires Smart Parking Company Visionful

The acquisition adds a new license plate recognition and analytic component to Cloudastructure’s Cloud-based video surveillance platform.

Read: L.A. Subway System Will Be First in U.S. to Implement Body Scanners

L.A. Subway System Will Be First in U.S. to Implement Body Scanners

The L.A. Metro says the body scanners will help keep transit riders safe from person-borne improvised explosive devices and other weapons.

Read: March Networks Launches Compact, All-IP Video Recorder for Mobile Transportation

March Networks Launches Compact, All-IP Video Recorder for Mobile Transportation

The RideSafe MT Series IP recorders also integrate with vehicle Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) data.

Read: BART Replaces Fake Security Cameras on Train Cars With Real Ones

BART Replaces Fake Security Cameras on Train Cars With Real Ones

BART officials finally make good on a pledge to replace decoy video surveillance cameras seven months after a fatal shooting.

Read: Security Camera Installations Aim to Boost Safety Measures at Denver Park-n-Ride Lots

Security Camera Installations Aim to Boost Safety Measures at Denver Park-n-Ride Lots

More than a dozen Regional Transportation District park-n-ride lots are getting video surveillance systems this year.

Read: Dallas Area Rapid Transit Awards Australian Firm Mobile Video Surveillance Contract

Dallas Area Rapid Transit Awards Australian Firm Mobile Video Surveillance Contract

DTI Group will provide advanced video systems on light rail vehicles. The initial contract is valued at more than $2.5 million, plus options valued at more than $6 million.

Read: BART Starts Installing Security Cameras On All SF Bay Area Train Cars

BART Starts Installing Security Cameras On All SF Bay Area Train Cars

Bay Area Rapid Transit is spending $1.42 million to install IP cameras on all trains; technicians have already started installing the additional security cameras.

Read: New Video Surveillance Hub Aids Transit Crime-Fighting Efforts in Nation’s Capital

New Video Surveillance Hub Aids Transit Crime-Fighting Efforts in Nation’s Capital

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority says its $3.6 million security operations control center has proven hugely beneficial in solving crime since opening in November.

Read: Research Shows Immense Challenge of Securing Railways Against Terrorism

Research Shows Immense Challenge of Securing Railways Against Terrorism

With the terrorist threat in Europe reportedly at its highest level in 10 years, measures are being studied how to harden security railways across the continent.

Read: Transportation Agency Boosts Video Surveillance on Buses to Combat Attacks on Drivers

Transportation Agency Boosts Video Surveillance on Buses to Combat Attacks on Drivers

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority plans to install new video surveillance monitors on 22 of its buses to enhance safety and security of Metrobus employees and riders.

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