The DVMS automatically uploads, archives, and organizes captured video from the MDVR
The Council is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and advising the MDVR regarding performance on issues relating to: (a) eligibility, (b) extent, scope, and effectiveness of services, and (c) functions performed by the MDVR that affect the ability of individuals with disabilities to achieve rehabilitation goals and objectives (Missouri State Rehabilitation Advisory Council, 1994).
A major responsibility of the Council is to conduct a review and analysis of consumer satisfaction with (a) the functions performed by the MDVR and other entities responsible for performing functions for individuals with disabilities and (b) VR services.
The new MDVR Consumer Satisfaction Survey process was initiated October 1, 1994.
The project entails outfitting each new bus with eight mobile-rated digital cameras and a mobile digital video recorder (MDVR): Safety Vision's RoadRecorder([R]) 6000 PRO MDVR, the latest model in the company's series of onboard digital surveillance recorders.
The RoadRecorder 6000 PRO MDVR operates within a mobile wireless network.
Safety Vision's RoadRecorder 6000 PRO MDVR is capable of recording video from up to 10 interior and exterior cameras.
He oversees major field installations for Safety Vision's sophisticated MDVR
line and provides technical feedback to support the sales team.
Designed with school bus surveillance in mind, the RouteRecorder 1000 MDVR also adapts to the mobile surveillance video needs of multiple mobile fleets.
According to Chris Beard, Safety Vision's National Sales Manager-Pupil Transportation, the RouteRecorder 1000 MDVR fits a special niche in the school bus video camera market.
The RouteRecorder 1000 MDVR records high-resolution video (640 x 240 pixels) at up-to 30 frames per second (fps).
technology is used also in its TransitCam(TM) products, which are built for bus and rail environments.