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RAIL

DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS, HIGH RESOLUTION CAMERAS, AND INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

A safe ride on public transit  should be a given for passengers and drivers. Gatekeeper’s reliable digital video recorder solutions let you see everything on and around your railway system so you can better guarantee a safe trip. With this powerful tool you can detect, analyze and quickly respond to incidents and criminal activity and ensure proper conduct from passengers and employees.

Seeing everything goes beyond safety, giving you the ability to protect your railway system from vandalism and misuse, ensure passengers a safe and confident transit experience, monitor unsafe locations such as platform gaps, improve on-time performance and operational efficiencies, and resolve liability claims quickly.

ON THE TRAIN

Gatekeeper’s reliable and scalable Digital Video Recorders  support Analog High Definition (AHD) cameras and IP cameras that deliver dynamic, real-time videos for maximum coverage of your  railway vehicles.

These DVRs contain outstanding storage capacity and are EN50155 certified for railway use. These rugged DVRs are shock and vibration tested and are reliable for harsh temperatures and conditions.

The exterior and interior cameras offer the highest resolution in the industry and feature infrared technology for precision viewing in any light, even no light. These vandal-proof cameras are dust and water resistant and include a microphone for clear audio recordings.

IN THE OFFICE

Finding, saving and sharing incidents is fast and easy with Gatekeeper’s G4™ Viewer Plus incident management software. You can retrieve video from  railway vehicles wirelessly anytime, even when trains are not in use. Our software lets you synchronize video with Integrated GPS Mapping, vehicle sensors, alarms and audio so you can see incidents from all angles. View live-streaming video to quickly identify and respond to incidents. Historical time-stamped data lets you track when and where your  railway vehicles have been and see if drivers are making their stops for a suitable amount of time so you can  improve efficiency and increase transit reliability.