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Increased Efficiencies, Productivity and Savings for Bus Operators

Synectics is the leading provider of on-board surveillance systems for the UK and global bus market. With over 25 years of experience working with both national and smaller operators alike, we provide the expertise, knowledge and technology to assist in providing essential evidence footage for your vehicles.

Our on-board CCTV systems are deployed on buses around the globe, and we work closely to meet the ever growing surveillance requirements of our customers such as Stagecoach, Abellio, Tower Transit, Go Ahead, London United, Metroline and Blackpool Transport.

We also have long standing relationships with bodybuilders including ADL, Wrightbus, Optare, Caetano and Mercedes.

Bus Operator Combines Security with Service

Working with Metroline Travel & West, Synectics supports and maintains CCTV systems on their fleet of over 1,600 vehicles. Ian Foster, Engineering Director at Metroline, said: “From the start with LOOK CCTV, we have had a strong relationship with Synectics based on good service and a willingness to work with us on existing and new projects as our demands of technology increase.”

Five Reasons for Bus CCTV >>

1. Go IP via Hybrid

Reap the benefits of IP CCTV technology without having to commit to an all-IP set up. Hybrid systems are available that can accommodate feeds both from the IP and analogue cameras.

2. Integrate Onboard Systems

You can make your CCTV system work harder by integrating it with on-board entertainment, telematics and other systems.

3. Let the System Health Check Itself

Keeping track of all mission-critical system is nigh impossible. Modern mobile systems can check their own health and report back any faults.

4. Command and Control

New CCTV software allows you to see the big picture, and overlay footage with vehicle signals and map information, along with view feeds from a control room.

5. Faster Access

Footage can be accessed ever faster, retrieved remotely, shared wirelessly or viewed live via 3G/4G.

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