A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot

#623003

A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot provides you the ability to review video events, reports and automatically download requests while the vehicle is off-lot or in the lot. Determine viewing capabilities for your team with user-friendly tools.

A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot software capabilities:

  • Automatically downloads and archives event video and vehicle data for information at your fingertips
  • View video of predefined geofence boundary violations
  • Monitors battery voltage and provides an alert when the voltage is low
  • Specify which events you would automatically send from your vehicles to your computer
  • Events can be excessive speeding, idle time, panic button, accelerometer, threshold values, etc.
  • Downloads can be scheduled without any configuration at the DVR
  • Streams play-back of all video events from server
  • Customize summary reports to distribute via email, such as excessive speeding, idle times, panic buttons, excessive braking, etc.
  • Allows password protection, video deletion, user restriction and management of video files for all users
  • Graphically displays all video events – sort and filter by type, vehicle, dates/time and other criteria, all with at-a-glance viewing

Minimum System Requirements for ARMOR

Hardware

ARMOR Sentry server (main server which includes the ARMOR web app and SQL)*

  • CPU: Quad Core Intel Xeon @ 3.0GHz or equivalent
  • Memory: 16 GB
  • Gigabit network adapter
  • 500GB system drive
  • Reference hardware example: Dell T110 (tower) or Dell R320. (rack mount)
    ARMOR Agent servers (additional server which allocates more resources for job processing, like downloads and conversions)

  • CPU: Quad Core Intel Xeon @ 3.0GHz or equivalent
  • Memory: 6GB
  • Gigabit network adapter
  • 500GB system drive
  • ARMOR is supported on physical hardware as well as virtual (VMware or Hyper-V).
    *The Main server will support up to 100 buses. Depending on usage, it’s recommended to add 1 agent server per additional 100 buses.

  • Video Repository
  • 2TB of usable drive space. For fleets over 100 buses, 3TB or larger of network attached storage is recommended.

Software

  • Windows Server Standard Edition* 2012 R2, to include installation of IIS
  • SQL Server Standard Edition* 2014
  • Silverlight
  • PowerShell version 4.0 or later
  • TeamViewer version 9 (preferred) or other remote access software mutually agreed upon by the customer and REI. NOTE: Customer licensing of TeamViewer is not required. Remote access will be obtained using REI TeamViewer licenses.
  • *NOTE on Client Access Licenses (CALs):

  • Windows: The customer must have a number of CALs to cover the number of end users. This may already be covered by per-seat licensing within their environment.
  • SQL: If the customer opts for the Server/CAL licensing model, the customer is responsible for obtaining sufficient number of CALs for each anticipated end user AND for each DVR (bus).
  • Wireless Infrastructure

    If the customer requires lot-based Wi-Fi capability, the wireless infrastructure should be designed and installed to:

  • Support 802.11g or 802.11n in the 2.4 GHz range
  • Support WPA2 encryption
  • Must have a minimum of -65 dBm coverage for all points on the lot
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    Description

    A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot provides you the ability to review video events, reports and automatically download requests while the vehicle is off-lot or in the lot. Determine viewing capabilities for your team with user-friendly tools.

    A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot software capabilities:

    • Automatically downloads and archives event video and vehicle data for information at your fingertips
    • View video of predefined geofence boundary violations
    • Monitors battery voltage and provides an alert when the voltage is low
    • Specify which events you would automatically send from your vehicles to your computer
    • Events can be excessive speeding, idle time, panic button, accelerometer, threshold values, etc.
    • Downloads can be scheduled without any configuration at the DVR
    • Streams play-back of all video events from server
    • Customize summary reports to distribute via email, such as excessive speeding, idle times, panic buttons, excessive braking, etc.
    • Allows password protection, video deletion, user restriction and management of video files for all users
    • Graphically displays all video events – sort and filter by type, vehicle, dates/time and other criteria, all with at-a-glance viewing

    Specs

    Minimum System Requirements for ARMOR

    Hardware

    ARMOR Sentry server (main server which includes the ARMOR web app and SQL)*

    • CPU: Quad Core Intel Xeon @ 3.0GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 16 GB
    • Gigabit network adapter
    • 500GB system drive
    • Reference hardware example: Dell T110 (tower) or Dell R320. (rack mount)
      ARMOR Agent servers (additional server which allocates more resources for job processing, like downloads and conversions)

    • CPU: Quad Core Intel Xeon @ 3.0GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 6GB
    • Gigabit network adapter
    • 500GB system drive
    • ARMOR is supported on physical hardware as well as virtual (VMware or Hyper-V).
      *The Main server will support up to 100 buses. Depending on usage, it’s recommended to add 1 agent server per additional 100 buses.

    • Video Repository
    • 2TB of usable drive space. For fleets over 100 buses, 3TB or larger of network attached storage is recommended.

    Software

  • Windows Server Standard Edition* 2012 R2, to include installation of IIS
  • SQL Server Standard Edition* 2014
  • Silverlight
  • PowerShell version 4.0 or later
  • TeamViewer version 9 (preferred) or other remote access software mutually agreed upon by the customer and REI. NOTE: Customer licensing of TeamViewer is not required. Remote access will be obtained using REI TeamViewer licenses.
  • *NOTE on Client Access Licenses (CALs):

  • Windows: The customer must have a number of CALs to cover the number of end users. This may already be covered by per-seat licensing within their environment.
  • SQL: If the customer opts for the Server/CAL licensing model, the customer is responsible for obtaining sufficient number of CALs for each anticipated end user AND for each DVR (bus).
  • Wireless Infrastructure

    If the customer requires lot-based Wi-Fi capability, the wireless infrastructure should be designed and installed to:

  • Support 802.11g or 802.11n in the 2.4 GHz range
  • Support WPA2 encryption
  • Must have a minimum of -65 dBm coverage for all points on the lot
  • A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot

    #623003

    Description

    A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot provides you the ability to review video events, reports and automatically download requests while the vehicle is off-lot or in the lot. Determine viewing capabilities for your team with user-friendly tools.

    A.R.M.O.R.-AutoPilot software capabilities:

    • Automatically downloads and archives event video and vehicle data for information at your fingertips
    • View video of predefined geofence boundary violations
    • Monitors battery voltage and provides an alert when the voltage is low
    • Specify which events you would automatically send from your vehicles to your computer
    • Events can be excessive speeding, idle time, panic button, accelerometer, threshold values, etc.
    • Downloads can be scheduled without any configuration at the DVR
    • Streams play-back of all video events from server
    • Customize summary reports to distribute via email, such as excessive speeding, idle times, panic buttons, excessive braking, etc.
    • Allows password protection, video deletion, user restriction and management of video files for all users
    • Graphically displays all video events – sort and filter by type, vehicle, dates/time and other criteria, all with at-a-glance viewing

    Specs

    Minimum System Requirements for ARMOR

    Hardware

    ARMOR Sentry server (main server which includes the ARMOR web app and SQL)*

    • CPU: Quad Core Intel Xeon @ 3.0GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 16 GB
    • Gigabit network adapter
    • 500GB system drive
    • Reference hardware example: Dell T110 (tower) or Dell R320. (rack mount)
      ARMOR Agent servers (additional server which allocates more resources for job processing, like downloads and conversions)

    • CPU: Quad Core Intel Xeon @ 3.0GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 6GB
    • Gigabit network adapter
    • 500GB system drive
    • ARMOR is supported on physical hardware as well as virtual (VMware or Hyper-V).
      *The Main server will support up to 100 buses. Depending on usage, it’s recommended to add 1 agent server per additional 100 buses.

    • Video Repository
    • 2TB of usable drive space. For fleets over 100 buses, 3TB or larger of network attached storage is recommended.

    Software

  • Windows Server Standard Edition* 2012 R2, to include installation of IIS
  • SQL Server Standard Edition* 2014
  • Silverlight
  • PowerShell version 4.0 or later
  • TeamViewer version 9 (preferred) or other remote access software mutually agreed upon by the customer and REI. NOTE: Customer licensing of TeamViewer is not required. Remote access will be obtained using REI TeamViewer licenses.
  • *NOTE on Client Access Licenses (CALs):

  • Windows: The customer must have a number of CALs to cover the number of end users. This may already be covered by per-seat licensing within their environment.
  • SQL: If the customer opts for the Server/CAL licensing model, the customer is responsible for obtaining sufficient number of CALs for each anticipated end user AND for each DVR (bus).
  • Wireless Infrastructure

    If the customer requires lot-based Wi-Fi capability, the wireless infrastructure should be designed and installed to:

  • Support 802.11g or 802.11n in the 2.4 GHz range
  • Support WPA2 encryption
  • Must have a minimum of -65 dBm coverage for all points on the lot