By Walt Moore, Senior Editor | September 28, 2010

The Ingersoll Rand MVS-6 Mobile Security System from Doosan 

Infracore Portable Power allows remote monitoring of jobsites and equipment yards. It uses a self-contained hybrid power system of solar and diesel technology to ensure six months of uninterrupted monitoring, and the unit can be remotely controlled via software that connects to the system's day/night imaging camera. The user can remotely control the pan, tilt and zoom functions of the camera, while also accessing recorded images. A motion detector initiates camera operation, and wireless communication allows networking multiple units to secure large areas. The MVS-6's standard lighting package, two 1,000-watt lamps (inset), allow it to function also as a conventional light tower.