Dahua Technology Ltd

In recent years, the solid growth of the urban population has led to a surge in demand for services, creating huge pressure; especially for public services such as buses and taxis. Public transportation services are closely related to the everyday life of urban citizens.

During the economic downturn, the pressure of survival is soaring. Phenomena such as late night robberies, rude drivers/customers, unfair taxi rates and late arrivals of services are now more common than ever. According to multiple social surveys, commuting has become a major headache for most urban citizens. Therefore, finding an efficient and reliable solution to control and manage this situation is critical.

Dahua Mobile Solution

Dahua has created an advanced mobile solution to enable drivers, customers, and taxi and bus companies to deal with safety threats and bad user experience. The solution will save time and energy, but also deliver more effective and efficient service. The end-to-end solution uses reliable video recorder, integrated platform and intelligent technologies to ensure buses and taxis are well guarded and efficiently run.

Dahua Mobile Solution consists of front-end camera, recorder, server in control centre and other parts. Dahua launched 3 series to meet different needs – IP, HDCVI and Analogue. The recorders come in different types, including wedge dome, mini eyeball and mini dome. The recorder, with maximum resolution of 5MP, supports IR and IP67. Aside from recording and local storage, the recorder is capable of exchanging data with the platform through 3G/4G/WIFI, including real-time sending video, GPS, alerts etc.

Accessories for applications

Reports of this kind help operating companies to optimise driving routes and therefore generate more profit

Dahua offers various accessories to support different applications, including hand microphone to support two-way communication, panic button to deal with emergencies, fuel level sensor to collect fuel consumption and swipe card reader for drivers to check on work attendance. Dahua also provides a 7-inch screen, audio pick up, protection box and so on. The DSS server is the brain of the Dahua Mobile Solution; supporting maximum 2000 channels connection, the server is mainly utilised to control and manage the mobile recorder. There are two versions of the server – pure software as well as software and hardware integration to meet the different needs of different customers.

Three essential aspects

In order to better fulfill the actual demand for different applications, the mobile solution is subdivided into Bus Mobile Solution, Logistics Mobile Solution, School Car Mobile Solution, Law Enforcement Vehicle Mobile Solution among others, covering most mobile surveillance businesses. The Dahua mobile solution was designed with three essential aspects.

Automatic backup via Wi-Fi

Wireless signal in the vehicle is automatically switched from 4G to Wi-Fi when the vehicle returns to the station. Then video in the recorder will be automatically uploaded to the customer centre at a speed of 10MBps, which will be accelerated to 15MBps in the near future. Wi-Fi-based automatic backup is characterised by high speed, low cost and being labour-free, features well in line with the trend of backup methodology in customer centres.

Dahua mobile total solution provides automatic video storage and smart detection under any circumstances

People counting through IPC

The people counting function of IPC is used to count the number of people that have used a vehicle in a set period of time. Through wireless internet, the statistics are then sent from the recorder to the platform, which generates reports based on the flow of people across different time periods. Reports of this kind help operating companies to optimise driving routes and therefore generate more profit.

Driving Behaviour Regulation via Geo Fence

The Driving Behaviour Regulation works alongside the platform in the customer centre. Users can define an area on the digital map in the platform and make some restrictions in that area, such as driving speed, allowed or forbidden to drive in and so on, with the aim of regulating driving behaviour. This is widely applied in cash carrier and oil tanker projects.

Using advanced technology (IPC, behaviour detection, geo fence, cloud storage diagram, etc.), Dahua mobile total solution provides automatic video storage and smart detection under any circumstances, even at night or in poor weather conditions. With success in many countries, such as Mexico, Turkey, Italy and Thailand, this solution has proven efficient and effective in releasing the pressure of urban public transportation and improving user experience. In 2013, the City Bus Project in Russia used more than 8000 sets of Dahua Mobile DVRs.

Share with LinkedIn Share with Twitter Share with Facebook Share with Facebook
Download PDF version

Dahua Technology Ltd news

Mission 500 announces a Security 5k/2k fundraiser at ISC West 2020

Mission 500 is excited to announce this year’s Security 5k/2k fundraiser at ISC West 2020 will be held on Thursday, March 19th. The event will be located at 2601 East Sunset Road, in Las Vegas, Nevada and will benefit children and families in need across the United States. Registrations to participate in this year’s event are open. Those who are unable to attend or participate in the physical event can sign up and donate as a virtual runner or walker. Wide array of new securit...

Dahua welcomes President and Foreign Minister Taneti Maamau to its headquarters

The President and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Kiribati, His Excellency Taneti Maamau, visits Dahua Technology headquarters. The Chairman of Dahua Technology, Mr. Fu Liquan, as well as Dahua VP & General Manager of Overseas Business, Mr. Jason Zhao, cordially received President Taneti Maamu and his delegation. Invited by Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Taneti Maamau is carrying out a state visit in China from January 4th to January 11th, 2020. After successfully winning the 2...

Our top-10 click-worthy articles in 2019 highlighted changing industry trends

The physical security industry is moving fast. Evolving risks, new technologies and business changes all converged and had a profound impact on the industry in 2019. Looking back at our top articles of the year – as measured by those that received the most “clicks” at our website – provides a decent summary of how the industry evolved this year. Timely and important issues in the security marketplace dominated our list of most-clicked-upon articles in 2019. In the world o...

Dahua Technology Ltd case studies

Dahua Technology’s intelligent video surveillance cameras offer AI-enabled video security for Allianz Parque

Allianz Parque has become one of the most modern multi-purpose arenas in Latin America since it was built in 2014 by WTorre Properties. The stadium is located at the same place of the old Palestra Itália Stadium with a capacity of more than forty thousand spectators. The stadium not just meets FIFA standards but was also awarded various prizes including the Master Award in the 11th edition of the Grand Prize for Corporate Architecture, the Accessibility Seal, delivered by the Permanent A...

Dahua delivers customised monitoring solution for Pengsheng Industrial Park in Uzbekistan

Pengsheng Industrial Park is the first investment project by a Chinese private enterprise in Uzbekistan that has been acknowledged and ratified by the governments of the two countries. Located in Uzbekistan's Sirdaryo state, the Pengsheng Industrial Park is the biggest non-energy cooperation project between China and the Central Asian country. At present, there are over 10 workshops covering various fields with a total number of more than 1,500 employees. As a model project of China-Uzbekistan...

Dahua delivers cameras, monitors and switches for surveillance of city centre in Lincoln

A 300-plus camera city centre video surveillance scheme in Lincoln has been installed and commissioned using cameras, monitors and switching equipment from Dahua Technology. The previous analogue-based CCTV system was more than 20 years old and had become expensive to maintain, so City of Lincoln Council decided to replace the analogue cameras and transmission equipment with HD digital equipment. The total cost of ownership has been reduced by the savings made on legacy fibre lease costs, as we...