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Rugged and shock-resistant in-vehicle computing solutions must offer rich expansion options for deployment on a variety of vehicles and settings such as buses trains, ferries, freeways and traffic bulletin boards.

Read the following success stories to learn how Lanner’s products are being used for in-vehicle computing applications ranging from in-vehicle surveillance, fleet management, infotainment systems to other vehicle applications that require real-time voice and data communication.


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Onboard Vehicle Computers Enhance Waste Logistics Efficiencies


In recent years, there are some waste collection companies beginning the adoption of digital technology to optimize their assets and investments. Since fleets and drivers are critical for the success of such business, it is essential to equip them with an onboard vehicle computer that can maximize route planning, ensure safety on roads, and help perform collections punctually. The implementation of such device is meant to replace manual routing so that the locations for dispatch can be automated to reduce unnecessary mileage, lower carbon footprint and improve customer satisfaction.

 

Real-time Video Surveillance and Tracking Ensure Safety for School Bus and Students


With advancements in technology, the role of school buses has become more and more comprehensive, from merely transporting children to security incorporated vehicles. In fact, location-based tracking, attendance assurance and real-time video surveillance of both interior and exterior of the vehicle are among the most discussed requirements for school bus safety, due to risks regarding behavioral concerns of drivers and students while in transit. With the safety concerns in mind, educational organizations are adopting security technologies in their school buses to provide visibility of drivers and children, as well as the GPS/RFID tracking system to keep track of bus/student footprints.

 

Enabling Multi-Network Mobile Connectivity for Mission Critical Vehicles


Mission critical workforces and vehicles in fields of law enforcement, fire fighters, ambulance, public transit and rescue teams are often working in remotely hazardous areas where network signals might be poor. However, they have become highly dependent on wireless networks in order to perform their works right. For instance, ambulance staff needs wireless networks to send the video images of the patient to the dispatching hospitals in order to prepare the right treatments. If they experience poor signal or interruption to their network communication, they cannot perform certain duties.

 

Railway Video Surveillance Makes Metro Transit More Secured


In recent years, the incidents of attempted terror attacks on metro systems have increased at a global level. To assure the safety of the passengers, video surveillance systems for public transit setting seem to be the immediate solution. Being the country with world’s most complicated transit network and highest passenger volume, the metro operators in Japan has initiated a plan to install thousands of surveillance cameras in metro trains for security and safety purposes. To coordinate all the cameras, a rugged and reliable video surveillance gateway for metro system is needed to meet the requirements for integration of multiple IP cameras in order to perform mobile video monitoring with HD resolution.

 

Delivering In-train Infotainment with Onboard Passenger Information System


Passengers on-the-go always demand real-time schedule updates and infotainment, and this has driven the widespread deployments of in-train/in-bus PIS (Passenger Information System). The automated PIS delivers audio-visual information such as updated arrival and departure times, potential delays, alternative plans, local weather, news and some entertainment and advertising. Meanwhile, the system must be constantly diagnosed to ensure playback serviceability and reduce maintenance efforts.

 

Securing Cash-In-Transit with Access Control, Remote Tracking and Video Monitoring


Cash-in-transit vans are frequently exposed to high risks of hijacking, heist and violent attacks. In fact, there have been numerous cases that the vehicle is hijacked and results in the casualty of security guards. Since vehicle security and personnel safety are the primary concerns, modern technologies have been adopted to ensure the safety and security of the valuables of cash-in-transit vans from potential threats.

 

Enabling In-vehicle Control and Real-time Surveillance for Theme Park Shuttle Services


Shuttle services in theme parks have been greatly impacted by the advancements in communication technologies. When passengers are boarding the shuttle buses or trams to different park areas or hotels, they want broadcasted entertainment and multimedia to have the ultimate customer experience. For theme parks to stay competitive, their shuttle services must be equipped with infotainment systems that provide wireless streamed videos, TV commercials and multimedia contents. On the other hand, by taking the passenger safety into considerations, the shuttle services shall also be connected with automated surveillance devices to provide real-time video streaming so that footages of passenger situations are sent to control center wirelessly.

 

Integrating Gateways in Business Transporters for Infotainment and Fleet Management Enhancements


Modern business transporters are undergoing major changes driven by the demand for digitalized and personalized passenger experiences. According to a market analysis released in 2015, the global market for automotive infotainment systems for passenger uses is estimated to surpass US$30 billion by 2020. The rising needs for in-vehicle features controlled by smart device Apps also contributes to the growth of aftermarket automotive integration.

 

Ensuring Secured Public Transit Environments with Mobile Video Surveillance System


The increasing number of terrorist attacks to public transits has rapidly triggered the awareness of passenger safety. Public transportation like buses and trains in major cities became victimized for bombing. Mass transit operators are urging for a real-time mobile surveillance system to capture what could have been missed throughout the moving buses or subway system.

 

Enabling Wi-Fi Access in Metro Transportation with Reliable Gateway System


Due to the rising awareness of environmental friendliness, more and more people are taking metro transportations such as subway and mass rapid transit as their primary commuting option. As people are spending more time on trains, and, with the popularity of smart mobile devices, they would like to maximize their time efficiency during their traveling time. Therefore, managements of rolling stock organizations are taking onboard Wi-Fi service into consideration. Regarding signal reliability and rolling stock environment, the most convenient solution is to implement an onboard gateway with wireless network connectivity and processing capability rather than installing a local Wi-Fi network or a satellite-based system. The onboard gateway will act as the Wi-Fi hot spot, so that passengers will have the access while spending time in the trains.

 

Detect Heavy Vehicle Driver Fatigue with Mobile Surveillance Platform


Driver fatigue is accounted as one of the most prevalent causes of traffic accidents, especially with heavy-duty vehicles such as mining trucks, excavators, bulldozers, cranes, cargo trucks and commercial buses. Drivers of these vehicle types can experience long-hour shifts and may fall into asleep at wheels temporarily in a “doze” mode when hit with fatigue or drowsiness. In fact, there are reports indicating that 1 out of 6 fatal accidents is caused by drowsiness or fatigue. Therefore, owners of heavy-duty service vehicles are searching for in-vehicle solutions that can detect the level of driver condition to lower down the accident rates and damage costs.

 

Enabling Intelligence in Train Control and Management


Many governments and transportation companies in the world are seeking intelligent and secure rolling stock solutions to reduce traffic congestion, air pollution and commuting time between urban and rural areas. In fact, today’s passengers and operators demand more than just reliability and efficiency, but also comfort, infotainment as well as environmental friendliness. To meet the ever complicated demands, a more integrated system with high degree of modular flexibility and scalability is required.

 

Networked Vehicles Improves Service Fleet Productivity


Nowadays, service fleet managers have put a strong emphasis on vehicle-to-center networking and communications in order to improve their productivity, cost-effectiveness and customer satisfaction. Drivers also demand a better working experience when conducting their tasks. The concerns are mostly centered at driver safety, fuel-efficiency, usage-optimizations, and asset monitoring. In other words, fleet managers wish to establish more efficient communication and job-dispatch mechanisms between service fleets and operation centers.

 

Wireless Surveillance Secures Maritime Borders


Maritime border safeguarding is highly crucial to a nation’s security. Many governments in the world have implemented warning facilities around border coasts to prevent potential threats from happening. An effective warning requires real-time and coordinated responses in order to cope with possible criminality around the coastline. Therefore, many maritime border authorities have been searching for a mobile, connected surveillance solution that can instantly monitor event situations and provide real-time reports.

 

Enabling Intelligent Ambulances Through Mobile Cloud System


Today, many hospitals and health-care institutions are searching ways to improve survival rates for their emergency rooms. Most of the facilities used by current ambulances are below ideal. In fact, it has been reported that a considerable number of in-vehicle medical staff is still relying on radio systems to communicate with their hospital colleagues, which often fails to provide detailed communications so that hospital staff is frequently less-than-prepared when receiving the victim/patient.

 

Automatic Vehicle Identification Appliance for Roadside Traffic Data Mining


Automatic Vehicle Identification cross-references traffic data collected and real-time weather data for crash analysis in order to identify where the most accident-prone traffic locations are, under certain weather conditions. Such application is considered a very promising method for proactive accident prevention, ensuring traffic and roadside safety.

 

Smart Waste Solution – Maximizing Collection & Recycling Efficiencies


Many governments in the world share a common perspective that waste will be the next-generation major resource of utility. Though sanitary and recycling services are normally available, the biggest challenge comes from the cities. The cities with high population density, diversified communities, rising living standards and large metropolitan areas have witnessed the accelerated waste generation rates in their environments. As a result, city government authorities are urging for an efficient technological solution that will help them manage sanitary budget more effectively.

 

Transportation Solutions for a Connected World


Efficient, safe and secure transportation networks are the foundation of all modern cities’ development and substantiality.

 

In-vehicle Recorder for Evidence Collection Vans


In-vehicle video recording is becoming commonplace on all forms of private and public transportation, making possible real-time event monitoring on cars, buses, trains and MRT for ensuring personal security and public safety.

 

Marine Control Systems: Video Surveillance and Monitoring on Car Ferries


Transportation infrastructure comes in various forms and all are critical to not only the movement of people and cargos but also national security.

 

Intelligent Transport Systems – Automatic Road Enforcement


In populous metropolitan areas where traffic flow is heavy, keeping traffic under control and maintaining road safety have become a tricky problem because of sparse traffic law enforcement.

 

School Bus Wifi


We have all given into the idea that commute time is generally wasted. We listen to music, but day in day out, whether headed to the office or school and back home again, we wasted countless minutes and hours a day to going back and forth.

A school bus router attached to an access point which redistributes the WiFi signal to everyone on the bus can address this issue. In a school where laptops are given instead of textbooks, long rides home become productive time, where kids can utilize the commute to do homework, or at least search the web.

 

Bus Surveillance Management


The demand for integrated computer systems on today’s commuter buses is increasing rapidly. With modern transportation services offering an array of multimedia information and entertainment for passengers, and evolving needs for surveillance and monitoring, the time is right for a powerful and economical integrated computing solution.

 

In-Vehicle Surveillance with Multi-Purpose In-Vehicle PCs


Our client is an expert in global transit security solutions. Their business was primarily in providing the software and hardware design of CCTV computers for vehicles, specifically for buses and trains, but a decision was made that they would branch out and add more features to their in-vehicle computer. By incorporating more applications, their in-vehicle computer would be more valuable.

 

 

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