School Bus CCTV Surveillance Systems

School Bus CCTV Surveillance System

Date Time: July 01, 2024
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School Bus CCTV Surveillance Systems

Every child deserves protection. That's why everything we do can help you make their journey safer. Our school bus CCTV surveillance system and advanced hazard area technology contribute to ensuring the safety of students boarding and alighting from buses. Our real-time fleet tracking, route management, student passenger and vehicle inspection solutions help you monitor bus safety and ensure they run on optimal and safe routes punctually.

School Bus CCTV Surveillance Systems

Why choose YUWEI?

Since 2008, our safety equipment and CCTV surveillance have been exported to major school bus fleets worldwide.

Trusted by 30 countries and over 300 school bus fleets for traffic safety and security.

The market's only truly integrated video, tracking, and routing solution.

Our factory in China offers a competitive advantage in pricing for products with the same performance.


This article introduces the YUWEI School Bus CCTV Surveillance System, which allows monitoring the operations of hundreds of buses with just one computer. Utilizing real-time monitoring and GPS positioning functions of 4G and 5G surveillance systems, it provides convenient insights into incidents inside and outside the vehicle, speed, and location. By incorporating driver fingerprint authentication systems, it prevents safety incidents such as speeding and driver fatigue during bus operations. It includes a student card system to record specific times and locations of boarding and alighting, reassuring parents with corresponding notifications.

 School Bus CCTV Surveillance System

The video surveillance subsystem comprises the front-end onboard monitoring system, communication lines, and monitoring platform:

- The front-end onboard monitoring system includes 4G DVRs, cameras, listening devices, intercoms, LCD screens, etc.

- Communication lines involve front-end 4G/5G networks and backend Ethernet networks connecting to command centers.

- The monitoring platform includes monitoring software, GIS, streaming servers, database servers, application servers, and storage servers, providing flexible configurations for multi-level monitoring platform logic relationships as needed.

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School Bus CCTV Surveillance System Features:

1. Real-time monitoring of bus operations:

The monitoring system provides real-time monitoring of multiple information. The onboard driving record terminal continuously reports the vehicle's driving status and real-time location information at preset intervals. It automatically processes and stores information, allowing real-time understanding of the bus's operation and environment, promptly detecting environmental or human issues, including unauthorized stops.


2. Driver electronic fingerprint authentication:

Through an onboard electronic fingerprint reader installed on the bus, drivers must verify their identity before starting the bus. Driver information is uploaded via 3G/4G networks to the monitoring command center database for identity verification. Only drivers with successful fingerprint authentication can operate the bus. If authentication fails, the driver cannot start the bus, ensuring safe driving.

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3. Emergency linkage for emergency events:

During emergencies, the onboard embedded host records relevant information through installed cameras and sends it to the monitoring command center, facilitating traffic control at accident scenes, evacuation of nearby personnel, and emergency rescue measures.


4. Position monitoring during operation:

Using GIS/GPS/BDS geographical information/satellite positioning systems of the onboard embedded host, location signals are transmitted to the monitoring dispatch center. The center converts signals into location information using differential technology, displaying them on maps, enabling vehicle positioning navigation, service rescue trajectory recording, and more.


5. Implementation of alarm functions:

The onboard embedded host has alarm input interfaces for connecting various conventional alarm devices. When alarms occur, alarm information is transmitted to the monitoring center. The corresponding icon of the vehicle on the GIS map turns red, allowing monitoring personnel to click on it for automatic display of vehicle information (such as license plate number, route) and driver information (such as name, age, driving experience). The corresponding video signal is transmitted via 4G/5G networks to enable remote monitoring, facilitating rapid response by authorities using GPS and electronic maps to immediately locate the vehicle.


Alarm types: overloading, speeding, video loss, abnormal driving routes, etc.


- Overloading: The host records each boarding count. When the number of passengers exceeds a set limit, it alerts the center via 3G/4G network.

- Speeding: The host monitors vehicle speed through the GPS system. When the speed exceeds a set limit, it automatically sends an alarm to the center.

- Video loss: The onboard DVR automatically checks each video channel, identifying and alerting the center of any video loss.


6. RFID onboard human-machine interface:

When the driver shifts to reverse, they can use the RFID onboard human-machine interface to monitor the rear, ensuring safe reversing. Students can also swipe their student cards through this interface to inform the backend monitoring center of their boarding, sending notifications to designated parents' phones. Parents can use monitoring software on their phones to view vehicle videos in real time and observe their children's commute.


7. Monitoring server and client:

The monitoring platform is mainly used for remote real-time viewing of vehicle status, audio-video information, etc. It consists of servers and clients:

- Registration server: Checks the online status of devices and school clients.

- Central server/forwarding server: Simultaneously provides audio/video data to multiple school clients through forwarding, enhancing efficiency and configuring vehicle information.

- Client: CMS (Central Monitoring System) based on C/S architecture, enabling remote real-time monitoring, remote device operation, upgrades, alarm linkage, broadcast intercom, GPS playback, etc. 

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