mobile surveillance

More Harford MD School Buses To Get Video Surveillance Cameras

Harford County (Maryland) Public Schools will more than double the number of mobile video surveillance systems inside its buses, after the Board of Education approved a $179,640 contract recently to purchase systems for 103 buses. The surveillance systems have already been installed on 95 buses, including those operated by the school system and those operated by independent contractors, Charles Taibi, director of transportation, told board members.

Netvision Brings Mobile Video Surveillance to Law Enforcement at IACP 2015

Netvision will be exhibiting at booth 552 and is excited to introduce its new line of mobile surveillance trailers and pole mount camera systems to the thousands of law enforcement officers who will be in attendance. Their new line of security and surveillance solutions was designed specifically for law enforcement, military, homeland security and emergency management applications.

Dahua Upgrades Mobile Surveillance Solution With Introduction Of Two Mobile Storage Devices

Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China recently upgraded its mobile surveillance solution, introducing two mobile storage devices, one for standard definition application and the other for high definition. Building on the previous version’s performance, the new generation series further levels up the following aspects. First is […]

AngelTrax Announces VizuCop – Innovative In-Car Video Surveillance Solutions

Email Print Register Bookmark RSS What’s This Newton, Ala. – October, 2013 –  AngelTrax , the rapidly growing, leading supplier of in-vehicle digital video surveillance technology, today announced a new brand –  VizuCop , featuring rugged, in-car mobile surveillance solutions engineered exclusively for the law enforcement industry. The first system to be released – VizuCop 360 – features a patented front-facing, dual lens camera that eliminates the need for manual zooming for clear license plate capture, up to eight HD quality video and audio channels, a solid-state 256GB SATA hard drive or a 128GB SD card and a space saving, LCD rearview mirror monitor. “Entering into the police market was the next logical step for AngelTrax,” said Richie Howard, President of AngelTrax. “We’ve been quietly working on our in-car police system for the last five years and are now proud to release it to the market.” The VizuCop 360 system will be released January 1, 2014. Customers can initially choose from two versions of the system – a 256GB solid-state hard drive version or a 128GB SD card version. The VizuCop 360 system will be introduced publicly for the first time at the IACP Expo, October 20, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pa. AngelTrax executives and engineers worked closely with law enforcement agencies across the country to create an officer-friendly in-car system that would withstand the harsh, oftentimes dangerous environment inherent of police work. Designed to complement standard law-enforcement procedures while meeting the specialized needs of officers in the field, the […]

Cooling Crime Hotspots With Mobile Surveillance Technology

How Glenwood Police Department uses portable video camera platform as roving security zone Like many small town police departments seeking to maintain neighborhood safety, the Village of Glenwood, Ill., needed to squeeze every ounce of value from its law enforcement tools. Budget-wise, a city-wide surveillance solution was out of the question. The chief of police […]