PSA Announces Partnership with Mobile Pro Systems

PSA, the world’s largest consortium of professional systems integrators, has announced the addition of Mobile Pro Systems to its network. Mobile Pro Systems offers a family of different network/IP based mobile video surveillance systems used by many government and commercial entities.

“Mobile Pro Systems’ technology is a great addition the PSA’s line card,” said Tim Brooks, PSA’s vice president of sales and vendor management. “They provide flexible and mobile solutions for powering security, network and communications technologies.”

By combining Mobile Pro Systems’ power-based hybrid platforms and various technologies together, they offer extremely effective products. Mobile Pro Systems uses network-based video cameras, video management and recording systems, wireless mesh, cellular communications, solar power and video analytics as fully integrated solutions.

”We look forward to providing for and serving the needs of the PSA customer. We design our products to be ‘futureproof’, offering the greatest flexibility with components in the industry,” said Steve Dunker, V.P. of Business Development. “Mobile Pro Systems has professionally engineered purpose-built systems that include the basics and add smart technologies which provide dependability for years of successful operation. Our goal is to provide the user with the optimal mobile surveillance solution.”

Mobile Pro Systems’ products are excellent “re-deployable assets” for securing construction sites, utilities or any other facilities deemed as needing ‘critical infrastructure protection’ or CIPs. The securing of these remote areas is being strongly enhanced by Mobile Pro Systems’ solutions as they provide both live/recorded video and alarm solutions that can be monitored and viewed both at the site and from remote locations.

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