adibus DriveEmergency

Overview of the core elements of adibus DriveEmergency

adibus DriveEmergency secures optimal conditions for passenger’s safety.


The DriveEmergency solution can be internal as well as external.


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The shown example of adibus DriveEmergency consists of a fisheye camera which covers the whole vehicle. Fisheye camera uses newest technology creating a quad-view image. The camera also includes infrared light, which gives the possibility to get excellent images despite limited light conditions. Depending on the actual requirements of the PTA / PTO other configurations of cameras may be used.

  • 1. Backend surveillance

  • 2. Server

  • 3. Mobile network

  • 4. Camera

  • 5. GPS


Backend surveillance

Backend surveillance module


adibus solutions are hosted centrally and there is no need for locally IT hosting and operations.

Mobile network

The distribution and communication with the buses and trains uses the mobile network, securing that the solution is online.


Camera and onboard screen


GPS positioning when alarm button is used.

Access to recorded videos

The adibus backend system allows access to recorded files, which are stored for up to 30 days on an SD card inside the camera. Recordings are divided into 60MB files, and it is possible to search for a specific period as you wish for example if an incident that must be reviewed has occured.


Technically it is possible to live stream the surveillance view, however, large volumes of mobile data will be consumed as a consequence wherefore most PTO's opt to request download of a sequence of video once timing of an incident has been identified.


The download request is transmitted to the bus from the Surveillance Function in adibusLive.



Alarm function

Most public transport vehicles have a hidden alarm button for the driver in case of emergency.


The signal from this button can be connected to the adibus Backend system - adibusLive.


When the button is pushed, both adibusLive and a preconfigured mobile
phone number receive alarm message.

The alarm message contains:

• Live stream video and voice

• Date and time
• Bus number / name
• Line – Start & Stop
• Actual bus position on the map

• On mobile message – a link to google maps
  with the actual location of the bus