Ingersoll Rand MVS-6 Mobile Security System from Doosan Infracore Portable Power is designed to allow remote monitoring of jobsites or other outdoor areas at substantially less cost than employing security manpower. The MVS-6 (Mobile Video Surveillance) monitors and records images in various environments, such as construction sites and equipment yards. The MVS-6 uses a self-contained power unit, which employs a standard hybrid power system of solar and diesel technology to ensure six months of uninterrupted remote operation. The MVS-6 can be remotely operated, using software that connects the user to the system’s day/night imaging camera and a 40GB DVR via a wireless connection. The operator can remotely control the pan, tilt and zoom functions of the camera, while also accessing the DVR to review recorded images. An installed motion detector initiates camera operation when movement is detected. The wireless communication system allows for easy networking of multiple MVS-6 units to secure a large area.
September 28, 2010