Buffalo Grove, IL, July 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- OLAM Development Group, LLC. announces the appointment of CAL Communications, Inc. to distribute enhanced high speed communication of streaming live video and DVR recording via the MSV 1010 Mobility Surveillance Video System. This is the most innovative advancement in law enforcement and incident command technology since advent of the 2-way radio.
Featuring built in GPS and audio, the video stream meets H.264 standards, has a frame rate of 25/30 FPS, built-in RS485 PTZ control and contains built-in GSM capabilities (with SIM provided by third party communication’s carriers) for HSPA/3G/EDGE/GPRS. The memory slot accommodates a MicroSD card for up to 32G capacity. The built-in lithium battery provides up to 5 hours of streaming video. The wearable unit has one channel and includes the wearable camera headset. Dimensions are 2” x 4” x ½”.
The lightweight, wearable unit one channel unit is recommended for First Responders, Police, Fire, EMS, School Security Personnel, Homeland Security, Homecare Medical Caregivers, and High incident crime targets. The one or four channel units can also be installed on armor cars, fire trucks, ambulances, helicopters, municipal and school buses, rail, taxis or any transport that requires remote monitoring of the immediate perimeter in the event of an incident. Additional applications include providing streaming video from the scene of an accident directly back to the hospital emergency room for triage and assessment prior to the arrival of the victims. Bridge and road inspectors, insurance claim adjusters, utility crews and private security guards can also integrate this technology into their best practices and procedures.
Covert surveillance units, search and rescue teams, SWAT & tactical units, investigators, motorcycle and bike patrols, DUI checkpoints, traffic stops, K-9 and drug interdiction units, correctional officers, HAZMAT units, etc. could optimize their communications with the MSV 1010 wearable units.
The software enables remote pickup of the video via PC (LAN & WAN), mobile laptop or hand held PDA. Simultaneous multiple users can access the real time video (E-911 dispatch centers, mobile patrol cars, mobile command centers, multiple coordinating agencies (FEMA, DHS, state EMA, county and municipal government).
For further information, contact Michael Samuels (OLAM) at 224-377-9660 or via email at email@example.com. Contact Carlos Lopez (CALComm) at 847-537-2425 X 204 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org