COQUITLAM, British Columbia – Seon’s vMax® View simplifies the viewing, archiving, and retrieval of video data. With vMax View’s new video archive blurring feature, SmartBlur™, software users can easily blur faces to protect the privacy of all people recorded in video systems. The introduction of the SmartBlur feature ensures the enhanced confidentiality of both drivers and passengers.
“SmartBlur is unique because the feature is applied to the entire video clip as opposed to a single still image,” says Peter Simmons, Director of Marketing. “This feature allows video archives to be sent to other personnel knowing that the privacy of innocent bystanders will be fully protected.”
Seon’s vMax View allows transportation administrators to retrieve key details about onboard incidents using video synchronized with mapping software, allowing them to search by video clip, alarm, or date and time. It utilizes standard JPEG and AVI formats, as well as an encrypted video archive format, which secures the chain of evidence.
vMax View features easy-to-use software with straightforward play, forward, and rewind buttons, as well as a timeline with user-adjustable zoom and scroll. vMax View can help save on maintenance and fuel by ensuring drivers maintain good driving practices, minimize idling, and stay on designated routes.
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About Seon Design Inc.
Seon Design Inc. is ranked as the world’s #1 supplier of mobile video surveillance for the bus and coach industry.** As a privately-owned company based in North America, Seon employs its own team of highly qualified electronics and mechanical engineers to design superior quality surveillance systems. Seon invests millions of dollars every year in product research and development, ensuring that we meet our client’s present and future needs. With a growing team of dedicated professionals, Seon will continue to design and develop leading-edge fleet management and mobile surveillance solutions now and in the future.
**The World Market for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment, IMS Research, 2007, 2009, 2011. This independent UK-based report is published every two years.