Apollo Video Technology Named Market Leader for Transit Video Surveillance: New IMS Research Report Ranks Companies by Market Share

WOODINVILLE, Wash., November 8, 2011 – IMS Research has released the 2011 edition of the World Market Report for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment, identifying Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) as the 2010 market leader in sales revenue for transit bus mobile video surveillance equipment in the Americas. Apollo Video is a leader in the advancement of mobile video surveillance technologies, combining powerful and durable hardware with sophisticated software to provide cost-effective video surveillance solutions with exceptional quality, durability and easy accessible video.  Read More

Apollo Video Technology Showcases Fleet-Wide Vehicle Information Management Software at Gathering of Public Transportation Industry Leaders: High-Performance Software Draws Transit Officials to Sophisticated Mobile Video Surveillance Systems

NEW ORLEANS, La., October 3, 2011 – Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) is showcasing its Vehicle Information Management (ViM) software for mobile video surveillance systems at the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) 2011 EXPO, October 3-5 in New Orleans, La. Apollo Video’s ViM software is a comprehensive application designed to mitigate the risk of video loss, reduce maintenance and operating costs and increase accessibility of video surveillance and fleet data. EXPO is public transportation’s premier showcase of technology, products and services. Read More

Montgomery County Department of Transportation Selects Apollo Video Technology’s Transit Surveillance System for its Ride On BusesMobile On-Demand Video Increases Safety and Security in National Capital Region

ROCKVILLE, Md.,  August 31, 2011 – The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) Division of Transit Services, Md., has selected the RoadRunner™ on-board video surveillance system from Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) for its fleet of transit vehicles. In addition to the RoadRunner systems currently on-board MCDOT’s Ride On buses, the new systems will replace 118 existing transit surveillance systems and will also be installed in new buses, manufactured by GILLIG, for a total of nearly 180 Apollo Video systems on-board MCDOT’s transit fleet. Read More

Space Coast Area Transit Enhances Security with Mobile Video Surveillance SolutionApollo Video Technology Delivers State-of-the Art Technology Designed to Improve Public Safety

COCOA, Fla., May 19, 2011 – Space Coast Area Transit (SCAT) agency has selected Apollo VideoTechnology (Apollo Video) to provide 60 transit vehicles with mobile video surveillance systems and increased security to passengers. In 2005, SCAT purchased and deployed four systems from Apollo Video for its Cocoa Beach trolley routes. In late 2010, Apollo Video was selected again to complete the installment of equipment on 60 additional vehicles, including paratransit and on-demand buses. Read More

Health Reports and Hard Drive Error Alerts Reduce Long-Term Video Outages and Lessen Maintenance Costs of Mobile Video Surveillance SystemsApollo Video Technology Announces Enhancements to its Back-End Management Software and Takes Part in Conference Presentations at 2011 TransITechpollo Video Technology Delivers State-of-the Art Technology Designed to Improve Public Safety

MIAMI, Fla., March 29, 2011 – Health reports of mobile video surveillance systems for public transit vehicles, including cameras, digital video recorders (DVR) and hard drives, can now be accessed in conjunction with existing features available with Apollo Video Technology’s (Apollo Video) Video Information Management (ViM) software. Apollo Video is announcing the availability of the DVR health module at the 2011 American Public Transportation Association (APTA) TransITech Conference in Miami. The module allows more functionality for determining the health of the fleet’s video systems. Read More

High-Resolution Cameras Now Standard for Transit and Rail Video Surveillance SystemsApollo Video Technology Ensures Highest Performance and Image Quality of Video Evidence

WOODINVILLE, Wash., February 04, 2011 – Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) announces that 100 percent of the company’s mobile video surveillance cameras, manufactured specifically for all types of mass transit and rail vehicles, are operating in high resolution. Installed cameras capture images at a minimum of 540 TV lines of resolution, with some capturing images at 550 TV lines of resolution. This equipment is now standard across Apollo Video’s entire range of camera equipment – interior and exterior mounting – on all vehicle types, including transit, paratransit and passenger rail. Read More

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