Netvision Introduces Video Surveillance Trailer for Homeland Security, Border Applications

Netvision Mobile is introducing its Rugged Video Surveillance Trailer System at ASIS. This system provides wireless high-definition video monitoring and can operate in the most extreme environmental circumstances.

"This is the perfect solution for border and perimeter security in harsh conditions," Rick Hansen, director of government and large account services for Netvision Mobile, stated. "The entire system can be rapidly deployed, requiring just minutes to be in operation at a new location."

Netvision's self-contained mobile surveillance trailer systems provide a full 360 degrees of video coverage with up to four weatherproof PTZ security cameras elevated 30 feet above the ground. The systems can be customized with options such as high-definition and thermal imaging. Cameras can be remotely monitored via laptop, pads, and smart phones.

"We designed this wide-track carriage to transport behind large vehicles over dirt roads and open terrain,” said Jason Lefort, president of Netvision Mobile. “This system provides remote monitoring via radio, Wi-Fi, satellite, and cellular networks. The 55 gallon fuel cell, diesel generator, and solar panel combined make it possible for this trailer to run unattended for up to four months."

The Rugged Wide Track Trailer System and other Netvision products will be shown at ASIS Booth No. 250

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