Is it necessary to install a Vehicle DVR system?

Commercial 4 Camera Vehicle DVR Camera System

Date Time: February 19, 2024
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Author: ROYIS

Is it necessary to install a Vehicle DVR system?

Vehicle camera systems are popular among vehicle owners worldwide and across various types. Fleet managers, professional drivers, transporters carrying valuable assets, and ordinary citizens can all benefit from the multiple uses of vehicle camera systems.

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A professional 4-channel vehicle DVR system enables effective fleet management. Specifically designed for various types of vehicle management, it is widely used in semi-trailers, buses, coaches, construction machinery, taxis, trucks, fire trucks, government fleets, ambulances, and more.

Remote monitoring via GPS tracking/3G/4G/WiFi using onboard DVR facilitates convenient vehicle management on PCs/smartphones. Users can remotely manage and schedule all vehicles via Windows client or iOS app on their smartphones or computers. The vehicle DVR system supports real-time positioning, historical trajectory, file download and playback, electronic fences, and other features.

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The YUWEI IP67 vehicle DVR camera system enables real-time remote 1080p video monitoring and can be integrated with our ADAS system, driver status monitoring system, and radar system to achieve effective vehicle monitoring and fleet tracking management.

Vehicle DVR system functions

   - Supports 4-channel AHD 1080P input and high-definition 1080P VGA output

   - Supports recording in 4x1080P, 4x720P, and 4 mixed resolution modes

   - Multiple trigger recording modes: startup trigger, timing trigger, motion trigger, gravity sensing trigger, overspeed trigger, 6-channel custom alarm input trigger, emergency button trigger recording

   - Supports 3G/4G/WIFI/GPS tracking; real-time remote monitoring available on iOS and Windows clients

   - Features WiFi base station and AP mode; AP mode supports direct connection to the device via mobile phones for convenient preview and configuration via software on mobile phones

   - Automatically uploads data for remote intelligent data analysis and management, including data such as alarm records, alarm information, log information, GPS trajectories, real-time videos, and images

   - Supports maximum 128GB SD card and 2T SSD for data storage

   - Supports dual-stream technology and sub-stream network transmission

   - Supports G-sensor accelerometer

   - Operates with high-definition touch screen

   - Offers superb capacitor protection

   - IP67 rated for excellent waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof performance

GPS real-time positioning

GPS vehicle historical trajectory playback allows users to clearly query the current location and historical driving trajectory of vehicles on OS maps/Google maps/Baidu maps via PC CMS client or mobile app.

1080P ultra-clear recording

Full-event recording on the road, with remote HD screenshots supported. The vehicle DVR camera system can set video recording quality to 1080P/720P and capture high-definition images via PC CMS client and mobile app.

Strong recording function

The vehicle hard disk recorder system features diverse recording modes, stable video storage devices, integrated vehicle information, and double protection of recording data.

Real-time video viewing on PC

Users can watch real-time videos by selecting the specific vehicle license plate number on the left side of the CMS client. Each vehicle in the CMS has a unique identification number that can be set by the user.

Smart alert

Popup alarm messages on PC/smartphone app. Easily analyze vehicle abnormal conditions and track relevant information.

Remote video downloading

Remote video file downloading is available by logging into PC CMS or smartphone app.

Dual-stream storage design for safer data protection

The 4-channel vehicle hard disk recorder adopts dual-stream storage to prevent data loss.

Integration of MDVR with ADAS/DFMS/radar solutions

Once ADAS/DFMS/Radar triggers an alarm, the information will be uploaded to MDVR via CAN or serial port. Then, in the MDVR, the alarm video will be triggered as an event, and the video will be automatically uploaded to the MDVR server .

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