Video surveillance system launched

Integrian has announced the launch of its DigitalPatroller DP-2, an advanced video surveillance system built for police cars and other public safety vehicles.

Nov 16, 2006
By David Howell

Integrian has announced the launch of its DigitalPatroller DP-2, an advanced video surveillance system built for police cars and other public safety vehicles.

The DigitalPatroller DP-2 expanded feature set includes four-camera simultaneous recording, additional audio inputs and higher resolution cameras. Various data storage and transfer options allow users to choose single or redundant, solid state or disk-based, hard drives depending upon their needs. Data can be uploaded via wired or wireless paths, or via a USB cable. The DP-2’s removable storage blade makes future upgrades easy, and offers added protection in the event of power failure or other car system malfunctions.

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