ARMOR™ StopArm

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REI’s automated stop-arm solution improves student and community safety by deterring and monitoring potential violators. REI’s stop-arm package includes motion-activated high resolution, day/night sensor cameras that are optimized for viewing while compensating for vehicle headlights, providing a clear image of the front and rear license plates. The violation video is recorded on your REI DVR, flagged on ARMOR StopArm and transmitted automatically via a cellular 3G/4G or Wi-Fi network for review, allowing a citation to be issued if warranted. Combine REI’s stop-arm cameras with ARMOR StopArm for the most advanced automated stop-arm solution on the market today.

System Features

  • Provides automated stop-arm violation reporting at your fingertips when used with ARMOR-StopArm and an REI HD800SAW DVR.
  • Optimized day/night settings – automatically detect the amount of light and switches setting for optimum viewing.
  • Radar and motion-sensing captures violations instantaneously with higher accuracy and reliability.
  • Compensates for vehicle headlights.
  • Enhanced image quality and clarity.
  • Built-in heater for extreme temperatures.
  • Weatherproof/IP67.
  • Impact-resistant protective cover.
  • Durable cast aluminum camera housing.
  • Heavy-duty mounting base.
  • Crisp, high-resolution cameras.

ARMOR software screen images subject to change due to constant evolution based on customer input and feedback.

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. (rackmount)
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 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 a 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

REI’s automated stop-arm solution improves student and community safety by deterring and monitoring potential violators. REI’s stop-arm package includes motion-activated high resolution, day/night sensor cameras that are optimized for viewing while compensating for vehicle headlights, providing a clear image of the front and rear license plates. The violation video is recorded on your REI DVR, flagged on ARMOR StopArm and transmitted automatically via a cellular 3G/4G or Wi-Fi network for review, allowing a citation to be issued if warranted. Combine REI’s stop-arm cameras with ARMOR StopArm for the most advanced automated stop-arm solution on the market today.

System Features

  • Provides automated stop-arm violation reporting at your fingertips when used with ARMOR-StopArm and an REI HD800SAW DVR.
  • Optimized day/night settings – automatically detect the amount of light and switches setting for optimum viewing.
  • Radar and motion-sensing captures violations instantaneously with higher accuracy and reliability.
  • Compensates for vehicle headlights.
  • Enhanced image quality and clarity.
  • Built-in heater for extreme temperatures.
  • Weatherproof/IP67.
  • Impact-resistant protective cover.
  • Durable cast aluminum camera housing.
  • Heavy-duty mounting base.
  • Crisp, high-resolution cameras.

ARMOR software screen images subject to change due to constant evolution based on customer input and feedback.

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. (rackmount)
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 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 a 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

ARMOR™ StopArm

#Contact REI

Description

REI’s automated stop-arm solution improves student and community safety by deterring and monitoring potential violators. REI’s stop-arm package includes motion-activated high resolution, day/night sensor cameras that are optimized for viewing while compensating for vehicle headlights, providing a clear image of the front and rear license plates. The violation video is recorded on your REI DVR, flagged on ARMOR StopArm and transmitted automatically via a cellular 3G/4G or Wi-Fi network for review, allowing a citation to be issued if warranted. Combine REI’s stop-arm cameras with ARMOR StopArm for the most advanced automated stop-arm solution on the market today.

System Features

  • Provides automated stop-arm violation reporting at your fingertips when used with ARMOR-StopArm and an REI HD800SAW DVR.
  • Optimized day/night settings – automatically detect the amount of light and switches setting for optimum viewing.
  • Radar and motion-sensing captures violations instantaneously with higher accuracy and reliability.
  • Compensates for vehicle headlights.
  • Enhanced image quality and clarity.
  • Built-in heater for extreme temperatures.
  • Weatherproof/IP67.
  • Impact-resistant protective cover.
  • Durable cast aluminum camera housing.
  • Heavy-duty mounting base.
  • Crisp, high-resolution cameras.

ARMOR software screen images subject to change due to constant evolution based on customer input and feedback.

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. (rackmount)
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 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 a 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