Apollo Video: All Mobile Cameras Now High-Resolution

Apollo Video Technology announced that 100 percent of the company’s mobile video surveillance cameras, manufactured specifically for all types of mass transit and rail vehicles, are operating in high resolution. Installed cameras capture images at a minimum of 540 TV lines of resolution, with some capturing images at 550 TV lines of resolution. This equipment is now standard across Apollo Video’s entire range of camera equipment – interior and exterior mounting – on all vehicle types, including transit, paratransit and passenger rail.

The standardization of high-resolution cameras allows Apollo Video’s entire inventory of camera equipment to create the highest quality video playback and live video feeds. Cameras capturing video in high resolution also feature technologies such as wide-dynamic range to respond better in bright light or varying light conditions.

“We design surveillance equipment that goes beyond just meeting our customers’ needs, but provides their fleets with the highest performance and reliability, including high resolution and backwards compatibility, regardless of the age of the system installed,” said Rodell Notbohm, general manager of Apollo Video Technology. “With the standardization of high-resolution cameras across all of Apollo Video’s offerings, we’re making a promise to our customer that high-quality video evidence will help protect the safety and security of their passengers and community.”

Other features of Apollo Video’s camera equipment include:

  • IR illumination for recording in low-light conditions;
  • Built-in audio recording;
  • Exterior cameras with IP67 rating for outdoor use, designed to withstand bus washes, weather and impacts from environmental factors such as tree branches; and
  • Exterior cameras with heaters.
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