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Safety Vision Debuts New Responsive Website for Video Surveillance Product Customers

September 15, 2015  | 

Safety Vision has launched a new, responsive website featuring an enhanced staging of its mobile video surveillance products. Considering that Safety Vision caters to five key industries – law enforcement, mass transit, pupil transportation, trucks (on and off highway), and first responders – this website redesign was quite extensive. The new site may be accessed with the original web address: www.safetyvision.com.

By incorporating a responsive design, customers can easily browse Safety Vision’s new website on any mobile device. “With an improved user interface, expanded product detail, and broader emphasis on industry application, navigation and customer experience have improved dramatically,” says Bruce Smith, president and CEO.  

Products are now categorized by their industry application. By attributing one or multiple industries to each product, filters may be used to refine search results. As always, customers may also filter search results by product category: recorders, cameras, monitors, software, and accessories. The introduction of these new search filters produces more effective search results.

In addition to industry associations, each product now has a Compatible Products section. Compatible Products presents customers with a list of Safety Vision products that interoperate with one another. For instance, Safety Vision’s RoadRecorder 7000S network video recorder (NVR) product page offers compatible IP cameras and accessories, while omitting incompatible products.

To help customers find the mobile video surveillance system that best accommodates their needs, the new website presents recommended solutions for each industry. Here, recommended solutions are groups of products that would typically form a mobile video surveillance system. For example, the mass transit industry page presents a four-, six-, 12-, and 20-camera solution, offering the most beneficial systems for vans, mini-buses, full-size buses, and articulated buses, respectively.

Safety Vision’s Technical Support is now easily accessible as a hot link on the homepage, the general toll free number is displayed in the header of every page, and the Contact tab presents the option to submit any request. Each contact option is conveniently placed so customers may request the help they need.  

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