Coquitlam, Canada, August 14, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Escalating fuel and maintenance costs, incident management, child safety and peace of mind – these are a few of the many reasons why Seon Design Inc. has developed vMax with Tracking©, a simple, reliable and cost-effective solution to the operational and financial challenges that transportation managers face today.
Save on maintenance and fuel by ensuring drivers maintain good driving practices and stay on designated routes. Reassure concerned parents by pin-pointing the exact location a child exited, or retrieve key details about an incident using video footage synchronized with mapping software. vMax with Tracking’s user-friendly software displays the precise location of the bus on a map, including the street name and time. The maps are displayed on a separate screen apart from the multiple-view camera channel window, allowing the user to see the maps much larger – a feature unique to vMax with Tracking. On video playback, the dual screens are completely synchronized.
Retrieving information from vMax with Tracking is easy, with straightforward play, forward and rewind buttons. Play the video back at normal speed, or from 0.1 to 16 times. Navigation is made easy with such features as adjustable zoom levels for the map and an auto-centre/scroll, which keeps the current vehicle position centered in the map window. The software can also be configured to show a line that traces the vehicle’s path. If an incident occurs, a driver need only press a trigger to mark the recording. vMax with Tracking also comes with the latest US and Canadian maps from Microsoft’s MapPoint© solution.
For more information about vMax with Tracking, contact:
Seon Design Inc.
Toll Free: 1.877.630.7366
About Seon Design Inc.
Seon Design Inc. is the world’s leading supplier of bus and coach mobile video surveillance technology (verified by IMS Research). Established in 1999, Seon Design Inc. is a privately owned company based in Coquitlam, BC. Seon employs its own team of highly qualified electronics and mechanical engineers, and assembles superior quality end-products in its 36,000 square feet manufacturing facility. With a growing team of dedicated sales representatives and a network of loyal dealers throughout the United States and Canada, Seon is positioned to continue its double-digit growth rate and increase its market share in 2008 and beyond. For more information, visit www.seon.com.