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Electronic Services Agency Digital and Video Surveillance

December 1, 2005
Electronic Services Agency’s in-car digital video package is a completely portable system that can be used with four to 16 cameras and allows officers in the field to download video and audio to a remote PC via Wireless Local Area Networks. The system’s X200 Digital Video Recorder is used with the included removable Hard Disk Cartridge to record from multiple video and audio sources.

EyeNX LawVision

December 1, 2005
LawVision, an in-car digital video and audio solution for public safety agencies, enables police departments to efficiently update their existing analog vehicle systems with the latest digital technology without having to invest in expensive new hardware. EyeNx provides the software that improves the productivity of the existing in-car equipment regardless of its age. The system also eliminates the VCR that sits in the trunk of the squad car, increasing useable trunk space.

L-3 Communications Motorcycle Digital Recorder

October 1, 2005
With its rugged, reliable, solid-state memory, L-3 Communications’ Flashback CycleVision gives motorcycle officers the ability to digitally record video evidence to enhance their safety while protecting them from unwarranted allegations. Flashback CycleVision’s resistance to shock and vibration and its compact profile make it ideal for motorcycle use. It also uses less than 2 amps of power, so it will not drain the motorcycle’s battery.

Panasonic All-Digital In-Car Video System

August 1, 2005
Panasonic’s Toughbook Arbitrator mobile digital video system allows patrol vehicles to capture video in real time with high-quality digital images. The all-digital solid-state video system instantaneously archives images for later use as it records. Features include a ruggedized 220X zoom camera with built-in infrared and 0.06 lux low-light capability engineered to meet MIL-STD 810F standards and MPEG4 compression for easy storage and fast wireless transmission of full-motion video files.

A Second Set of Eyes

May 1, 2005

Police agencies have come to depend on in-car video systems to capture each shift on camera. Not only do these devices provide a way to document events that take place in and around patrol cars, but new technology makes the recorded proof even more ironclad when scrutinized by defense attorneys and jury members.

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