Forward Facing CCTV
eyeTrain Forward Facing provides a driver-eye view of the leading and trailing track and infrastructure, minimising any potential disruption to the Train Operator and Network.
Forward Facing CCTV Benefits
Images recorded from the leading and trailing cabs provide assistance in the investigation of operational incidents including:
- Signal Passed at Danger (SPADs)
- Provides a confirmation of the signal position that the driver has observed.
- Suicides and other fatalities
- Provides the evidence for railway operations to resume quickly.
- Near misses (workforce)
- Trespass, graffiti, stone throwing
- Vegetation surveys
- Trackside Litter
- Equipment and materials left by the track
- Images can be used to confirm track works
Megapixel Digital Imaging
The eyeTrain images are captured direct from the CCD sensor, encoded digitally within the camera, and then transmitted to the DVR via an Ethernet link.
Megapixel camera technology provides stunning High Definition images in progressive scan 2048x1536 pixels (4:3 aspect) or 1920x1080 pixels (16:9 aspect).
Review footage on-train
In cases where the train is stopped, footage is available immediately and may be browsed and replayed at the scene using the ReView application.
Recorded data may be accessed and reviewed by the operating company and/or shared with 3rd parties such as the Transport Police, Network Rail, HMRI or other stakeholders.
Ethernet System Architecture
Ethernet connectivity and IP protocols ensure secure and reliable operation. Forward Facing may be provided as a stand alone system with local recording, or as part of your complete eyeTrain CCTV system.