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Samsung SPD-2200 Dome Camera

February 1, 2006
The Samsung SPD-2200 dome camera is a discreet security solution for a wide variety of applications. The 220x zoom with variable pan/tilt speed provides clear pictures that can be enlarged to identify minute details. The enhanced surveillance feature with “Auto Flip” positions the camera for continuous viewing of any subject beneath the dome while enabling the dome to turn 180 degrees when the camera tilts to its lower limits.

Dotworkz Systems' IP Video Surveillance

September 1, 2005

Minutes after the recent Underground bombings in London, British police and Scotland Yard investigators were working tirelessly, viewing and analyzing digital surveillance imagery from the numerous cameras active throughout London. Within hours, they released images of the suspected bombers to media outlets around the world. Information came pouring in from the public and arrests quickly followed.

Cineflex Infrared Aerial Camera System

September 1, 2005
Designed for law enforcement, border security, and homeland defense missions, the Cineflex V14 Magnum LE is a gyro-stabilized aerial camera system that features a high-definition, dual-sensor, infrared camera. With 1920 x 1080 lines of resolution, the camera provides aerial crews with a high level of detail in both daytime and nighttime settings.

Supercircuits Outdoor Surveillance Technology

August 1, 2005
Supercircuits’ WatchBox is self-powered, which allows for wireless remote viewability in a custom and cost-effective security system. Through active monitoring, the WatchBox is currently being used by law enforcement to observe illegal dump areas, drug fields, and dangerous intersections. The WatchBox is equipped with an unobtrusive design, weatherproof NEMA 4X enclosure, and an infrared camera option for nighttime viewing.

TacView Pole Camera

May 1, 2005
The TacView 1400 was developed to address officers’ surveillance needs with a safe solution. TacView is a micro camera with 24 infrared diodes attached to a telescopic pole. The TacView 1400 extends to 5.5 feet, can capture images in light or dark, and has a detachable camera head that can clip to a shield for surveillance when behind cover.

Remington Technologies Eye Ball R1 Surveillance System

May 1, 2005
Remington Technologies Division has just released a very unusual tactical video system. Called the Eye Ball R1, the system consists of a 360-degree video camera encased in a hard plastic ball that can be rolled or thrown into hostile environments, even through windows. The Eye Ball can capture video and audio information and send it to a display up to 200 feet away. When attached to a wire or a poll, the Eye Ball can be used to search basements, attics, and stairwells.

Fujinon Zoom Lenses

March 1, 2005
Fujinon’s new series of high-performance zoom lenses is designed specifically for security and surveillance. The new 60x zoom lens has a focal range of 12.5mm to 1,500mm. Included in the series is the new D60x12.5, which features iris override, day/night capability, and a variety of control methods from conventional CCTV control to RS232C serial control. The C22x23 is a sister model of the C22x17, with a longer focal length and enhanced feature set.

Maximum Blitz: Super Bowl Security

April 1, 2003

Post-9/11 America is a tense place to plan for huge gatherings of football fans in crowded urban areas

Video Surveillance and Interrogation Techniques

November 1, 2002

Interview and interrogation rooms at police departments are often set up with covert video and audio. The advantage of a covert installation is that oftentimes suspects, victims, and witnesses are less likely to speak openly if they are aware that the interview is recorded.

Wireless Automated Surveillance Package

October 1, 2002
American Innovations' W.A.S.P. (wireless automated surveillance package) is a covert motion-activated monitoring system with no telltale wires or antennas. To use the W.A.S.P., charge your video camera, position it, and wait. The system transmits video through walls, floors, and ceilings up to 300 feet to a receiver built into an event recorder.

Wireless Internet Camera

May 1, 2002
Colorado Video's latest wireless Internet camera enables users to view any remote site within the CDPD (Cellular Digital Packet Data) cell phone service area. Users can view snapshots taken by the camera by typing the camera’s unique IP address into any Web browser, including Netscape and Internet Explorer.

Streaming Video: A Cop's New Best Friend?

October 1, 2001

Video technology offers some solid solutions to problems in this arena. From an obvious increase in security due to site monitoring, to enhanced communications between schools and police during emergencies, this technology may offer a powerful tool for responding officers.

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