The Hi-Tech Taxi Cameras Model VJT100 and Hi-Tech 2 Model VJT-200 is NZ’s most popular NZTA approved Taxi Security Camera used nationwide. Mobile DVR which can take 2 SD cards with 128GB capacity for each, it’s like having your own security guard along for the ride.
Developed in conjunction with major Taxi companies within New Zealand, the system has been designed to provide ultimate driver safety and cost savings to Taxi companies and their staff.
Only certified and vigorously tested parts were used in the development of the Hi-Tech Taxi Cameras and Hi-Tech models.
The Hi-Tech mobile DVR can be used with up to 4 cameras at each installation. Extensive testing has been done and a NZTA approved tester has rigorously tested the camera system to be able to get approval successfully.
Metal mini dome housing in black finish
Low power consumption
Viewing angle 125 degree with 2.5mm lens
Pal Video System
Power Input 12VDC
S/N Ration more than 50Db
Constructed for commercial use
Hi-Tech2 Mobile DVR
MDVR is a cost-effective device with strong functional scalability which is especially designed for vehicle video monitoring and remote monitoring. It is developed by high speed processor and embedded Linux platform combined with the most advanced H.264 video compression technology. This product is with simple appearance and all metal housing design; it is also with characteristics of scalability, super anti-vibration, flexible and convenient installation, high reliability, good heat dissipation and stability
four audio and video input selectable resolution D1/HD1/CIF
support digital watermark function
Built in 3G, WIFI, GPS module
3-8 second delay of power off to protect data, preventing loss of video data from momentary failure
Password security – two management level – user password, administrator password
ADVANTAGES OF TAXI SECURITY CAMERAS
Cabbies are in a vulnerable position. They put their trust in their passengers. Security cameras can help to deter unruly passengers from acting out of line.
Whether the result of alcohol, or many other factors, violent confrontations can and do occur between cab passengers and drivers. The presence of in-taxi surveillance cameras can make riders think twice before acting a foul.
When security cameras are on board, anyone attempting to rob a cabbie will have to do so knowing their every move is being videotaped. That knowledge alone should be enough to stop many potential robbers in their tracks.