Transcend is pleased to announce that a success story featuring Davao City Central 911 using Transcend devices has been published on Manila Bulletin, a leading newspaper in Philippines.

Transcend’s dashcams and body cameras are helping Davao City Central 911—a fully integrated emergency and rescue dispatch system in Davao City—improve emergency services professionals safety and efficiency with detailed video evidence on the road.

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This December, Central 911, has partnered with Transcend to supply the DrivePro 220 dashboard cameras into ambulances and their other vehicles. Features such as the speed limit alerts, lane departure warning, and GPS coordinates, allows Central 911 to monitor their response team and rescue vehicles by accessing log files through Wi-Fi connectivity. It also allows Central 911 to audit response time and other procedures on a daily basis.

“We still haven’t felt the changes but certainly we feel safer knowing we have relevant data that we can pull out if there are incidents that our vehicles may experience,” said Emmanuel R. Jaldon, Davao City Central 911’s Chief Operating Officer.

The Transcend DrivePro 220 has been integrated into Central 911’s vehicles this December. The dashcam features emergency recording with an f1.8 lens, snapshot feature, and can be viewed through a bright 2.4” colored LCD screen. Among its features is the Forward Collision Warning System that informs drivers if there is a high-risk collision on the road.

The DrivePro 220 features a GPS receiver that logs driving records. It also records date and time of the recorded footage and pinpoints exact location to allow further assistance from other response team should it be necessary.

The DrivePro Toolbox is a software feature can monitor multiple devices at a time from Central 911headquarters. Response time from dispatch to reaching destination and the routers taken are also recorded.

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