Law enforcement professionals at the National Association of Police Chiefs Annual Conference remarked on how the NetVision Remote Surveillance System 'will help protect personnel and property during large public gatherings, covert operations and in high risk situations.'
Greenville, SC (PRWEB) February 7, 2008
Law enforcement agencies across the country can now rapidly deploy a live remote mobile surveillance trailer in high risk locations. Russell Turner, Vice-President of Sales for NetVision Mobile, states that "Law enforcement professionals at the National Association of Police Chiefs Annual Conference remarked on how the NetVision Remote Surveillance System 'will help protect personnel and property during large public gatherings, covert operations and in high risk situations.'"
From a security stand point, the cameras are viewed live remotely and the trailer offers many theft deterrents. Officers can view the cameras from within their vehicles. Monitoring companies, such as Securitas, can automatically dispatch EMS resources to the exact location while providing vital real-time information for effective planning & preparation. Should priorities change; the entire system can be taken down in five minutes, rapidly deployed at another location, and set up in five minutes.
Originally designed to remotely monitor & record equipment theft at construction sites, the self-contained mobile surveillance trailer suspends two weatherproof Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) security cameras 30 feet above the ground providing a full 360° visual range.
Turner said "The construction industry is losing millions of dollars from equipment theft & vandalism at construction sites and this mobile surveillance trailer provides a 24/7 cost effective solution." Turner went on to say "...these PTZ cameras can be elevated to a great vantage point and be set to auto-track & record any relevant activity day and night."
Encased in a tamper resistant housing, the onboard video server features 32 GBs of solid state storage capacity for up to 30 days of recording time. The surveillance trailer uses 12V batteries to provide 1,000 amp hours. Solar panels provide an environmentally friendly renewable power source to assist the batteries to power the system for up to 17 days, depending on usage.
Turner said that "the NetVision Mobile Security Surveillance Trailer is just skimming the surface with Law Enforcement & the Construction Industry because this mobile security solution will be used by many other types of businesses that need an 'Eye in the Sky' for their piece of mind."