|Mobile CCTV technology allows police officers to have a 360 degree view of the outside of their vehicle. |
has officially launched the "ICOP 20/20W"
system, which is currently used extensively throughout the United States, and has also received international acclaim for providing police and emergency services agencies, video evidence of infringements and mobile violations.
Mobile CCTV technology allows police officers to have a 360 degree view of the outside of their vehicle, using multiple cameras installed covertly around various locations from inside the car. The system then archives and records all audio and video, to a removable hard drive, which is then downloaded to the police command and control centre system at the end of the each shift.
Christopher Riddell, the Chief Executive Officer for Nurizon commented that: "the market in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for providing integrated emergency services solutions, is at an all time high, and we are delighted that the security forces in Saudi Arabia continue to work so closely with us to enhance the suite of intelligence products that they have available and at hand".
He also explained that: "our latest in vehicle digital CCTV solution, has an user interface that operates in both Arabic and English, ensuring that the system is available to the widest possible audience."
The Ministry of Interior in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has recently adopted the system as part of a strategic rollout and upgrade of its mobile workforce, and Nurizon Corporation are providing implementation, training and support services in order that the police officers are able to utilise the systems to their fullest extent as quickly as possible.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has witnessed an enormous upgrade in security in recent times, and the advent and availability of new technology from Nurizon Corporation has played a significant and vital part of this latest drive.