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WCCTV at IFSEC International 2016

WCCTV will be exhibiting at IFSEC 2016, at the ExCel Arena, London, June 21-23, demonstrating the latest in body worn cameras, redeployable CCTV and site security systems.

At the event, WCCTV will launch its latest innovations, the WCCTV Body Worn Camera (Connect) - a body worn camera offering live transmission - and the WCCTV 4G HD Speed Dome - the most advanced redeployable CCTV camera.

The WCCTV Body Worn Camera (Connect) forms part of WCCTV's Wearables range, a complete package of market-leading body worn cameras that feature multiple unique and best-in-class functionalities.

Most uniquely, the WCCTV Body Worn Camera (Connect) offers real-time, live transmission of video and audio on the move.

The unit utilises mobile technology (4G LTE with automatic fallback) to provide remote access to live video and GPS location information in both overt and covert environments.

The system dramatically improves security for people in the field, and allows supervisors to coordinate tactical operations. WCCTV offers a range of tiered data packages dependant on usage requirements.

 

 

The WCCTV 4G HD Speed Dome is WCCTV's latest redeployable CCTV system. WCCTV has been a forefront of innovation in redeployable CCTV since 2001, and at IFSEC 2016 will launch the most sophisticated system to date.

WCCTV’s 4G HD Speed Dome is a redeployable CCTV system that delivers live video up to 1080p resolution at high speed over mobile networks. Its unique low bandwidth streaming allows users to receive live images up to 1080p at 25 frames p/s, with zero lagging and full PTZ responsiveness.

Users have maximum flexibility and control over their surveillance - live streaming images can be set to either HD or SD, whilst recordings to the hard drive can be set independently to either HD or SD. This allows you to stream in low definition but still receive HD video from the system’s hard drive if required.

Users can switch between h.264 and MJPEG streaming images, allowing the low bandwidth streaming of live high definition images. This significantly reduces latency and allows seamless PTZ response.

 

 

Alongside the latest innovations, WCCTV will be demonstrating their complete range of solutions for site security, body worn cameras and remote and temporary site security.

Find WCCTV at stand E375 at IFSEC 2016, June 21-23 for information about all of our products and solutions, as well as distribution opportunities via our global reseller programme.

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