School Bus Video Surveillance Camera System
School Bus Video Surveillance Camera System
Traditional school bus management faces various issues such as speeding, drivers with bad habits like driving with one hand or not paying full attention to the road, overloading of buses, drivers violating traffic rules by running red lights or opening and closing the doors improperly, and not following the prescribed route.
Yuweitek School Bus Video Surveillance Camera Systems consists of three main components: the vehicle monitoring system, wireless transmission network, and supervisory command center.
1. Vehicle Monitoring System
The monitoring host connects cameras, pickups, alarms, GPS, intercom devices, card readers, vehicle signal lines, 3G/Wifi modules, and other equipment. It collects video footage from inside and outside the vehicle, audio information, alarm data, real-time GPS information, personnel information, and vehicle driving status. This system enables local storage of all this information, real-time voice communication, intelligent analysis, automatic monitoring, and alarm functions. The data is then uploaded to the supervision and command center platform for further processing via a wireless network. This comprehensive monitoring system assists drivers in performing services such as alarms, prompts, and voice calls.
The on-board monitoring system, installed on school buses, allows for video and audio monitoring during operation. It consists of a monitoring host, cameras, pickup heads, GPS positioning systems, alarm buttons, wireless transmission modules, and other equipment. In emergency situations, this system ensures proper handling of vehicle alarms.
Introduction to Vehicle System Equipment:
1. Front view camera: monitors road conditions ahead;
2. Door camera: monitors student boarding and disembarking, as well as driver and teacher activities;
3. Front compartment camera: monitors students in the front compartment;
4. Rear compartment camera: monitors students in the rear compartment;
5. Driver alarm button: allows the driver to send an emergency alarm to the platform;
6. Display: provides single-channel or multi-channel monitoring images for the driver or teacher to view, facilitating reversing;
7. Swipe card machine: records driver and teacher attendance, student boarding records, and sounds an alarm if a student fails to disembark;
8. Intercom handle: allows the driver to communicate with the monitoring center immediately during emergencies.
The school bus video surveillance camera systems achieve the following functions:
1) Remote real-time monitoring and positioning
Through the 3G/4G wireless network, remote real-time monitoring, driving track search, and playback are possible, effectively promoting safe driving practices by drivers.
By utilizing the GPS satellite positioning system along with real-time traffic updates, the monitoring center can provide emergency command and dispatch assistance, as well as share traffic information.
2) Audio and video recording and playback
Supports simultaneous recording and playback of 4-channel 720P high-definition video and audio, ensuring comprehensive security monitoring coverage;
Enables automatic downloading of local video through WiFi, as well as remote video search, download, and analysis playback.
3) Emergency alarm
Allows for the configuration of alarm prompts for abnormal oil levels, overspeeding, or sending text messages and emails when swiping a card;
In case of special emergencies, pressing the photoelectric alarm output evacuates traffic and grants priority passage;
During security incidents like robberies, the alarm button can be used to quickly report to the management center, providing immediate access to on-site video footage for recording or capturing evidence.
4) Peripheral device integration
Connects with an ultrasonic oil quantity sensor to detect abnormal fuel levels and prevent fuel theft incidents;
Links with a speed pulser to discourage speeding and reduce traffic accidents;
Connects with an IC card reader and SMS modem to send SMS notifications to parents' mobile phones when swiping the IC card;
Integration with a digital walkie-talkie allows for voice intercom and scheduling between the management center and drivers.
5) Management center system
Enables real-time monitoring and traffic guidance during exceptional circumstances such as traffic jams;
Handles alarm information processing, remote equipment upgrades, parameter settings, and control;
Collects driver assessment data regarding abnormal fuel levels, overloading, speeding, driving habits, and calls made, providing data support for the school's evaluation of school bus drivers.
6) Mobile phone viewing
Managers can log in to the client through mobile phones or computers to view real-time operations of school buses.