Totall Recall will Showcase Latest Citywide Safety Solutions for Law Enforcement at IACP 2017

Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, will showcase its latest CrimeEye citywide video surveillance solutions.

Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, will showcase its latest CrimeEye citywide video surveillance solutions for law enforcement at the 124th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference this October in Philadelphia.

“We are always excited to share our latest video surveillance solutions at IACP, and this year’s product lineup includes a 180-degree camera option that yields the most technologically-advanced CrimeEye unit ever,” said Total Recall President of Sales Jordan Heilweil. “For more than three decades, Total Recall Corporation has worked hard to develop technologies that aid law enforcement in improving safety. We invite IACP attendees to visit us at Booth 1501 to learn more about our innovative products.”

IACP, where law enforcement professionals gather annually to address critical issues, advance their knowledge, and equip operations for the future, will be held October 21-24 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Show attendees can visit Total Recall IACP Booth 1501 to learn more about the following solutions: 

  • CrimeEye-RD-2 with 180-degree camera: The CrimeEye-RD-2 with optional 180-degree camera is the most technologically advanced CrimeEye unit yet. The Axis Q3708-PVE fixed-dome camera with multiple sensors renders a 180-degree panoramic view. Although the unit has three sensors, it only uses one IP address. Axis’ Zipstream technology lowers bandwidth and storage requirements, allowing the use of cellular transmission more efficiently with a multi-imager camera. 
  • CrimeEye-RD-2: An intelligent and lightweight rapid deployment system designed for temporary video surveillance needs. Perfect for law enforcement, it requires no tools and can be set up in a quick, single-person installation. Equipped with HDTV-quality Axis dome network cameras, the CrimeEye-RD-2 unit streams high quality video within minutes of installation.
  • CrimeEye: The original, comprehensive CrimeEye citywide video surveillance solution developed by Total Recall Corporation.
  • BriefCam: Powered by Video Synopsis technology, BriefCam products offer a powerful set of video review tools for locating events of interest rapidly and accurately.

To add Total Recall Booth 1501 to the IACP trade show itinerary, visit the show planner here:



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