With more than a decade of experience and proven patented designs our expertise in the mobile surveillance market is second to none. Our innovative designs and approach yield astonishing results not achieved by our competitors.
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Our Mobile Surveillance Systems are the industries only product designed from the ground up specifically for surveillance applications.
All of our solutions are designed to meet your specific needs.
Flexible power options: Rechargeable Battery powered, Hybrid generator power, Fuel Cells, and Solar Powered.
Communications: High Speed LTE Cellular, WiFi, Long Range Wireless, and Satellite Communications
VMS Agnostic: We can work with any of the major Video Managment Platforms
Cameras: Megapixel Day / Night / Infrared / Thermal Fixed and PTZ Options
Audio: Two-way voice / Mass Notification
Sensors: Infrared / Microwave / Thermal / Video Analytic Detection
The campus of the University of California at Berkeley was evacuated after a power failure and explosion linked to the theft of copper wire, a university spokesman said. Four to six people received minor burns in the blast yesterday and one was treated at a hospital, said Dan Mogulof, the spokesman. About 20 people were temporarily trapped in elevators by the failure, he said. It wasn’t clear whether classes would be affected today.
Near-record prices for copper, platinum, aluminum and other metals have spurred a resurgence in the past several months in the theft of common items that in better economic times might be overlooked — among them, catalytic converters from automobiles and copper wiring that is being stripped out of overhead power lines, tornado warning sirens, coal mines and foreclosed homes, where thieves sometimes tear down walls to get to copper pipes and wiring. The thieves then make quick money by selling the items to scrap yards.
A nearly 50% increase in the value of copper over the past five years makes it "an exceptionally attractive target" for thieves, according to the Department of Energy. The cost to repair damage from copper thefts is usually much greater than the value of the copper stolen, says Jeremy Schoenfelder, who studied copper thefts from streetlights and anti-theft measures in Arizona for that state's Department of Transportation.
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