THE new Quick Deploy Max View 6000 from Communitech is attracting the attention of various councils because of its easy monitoring solution for crowd control, vandalism and remote surveillance problems in remote areas.
Previously, surveillance in remote areas was difficult. Lack of power to a site (or simply the remoteness) made monitoring impossible.
The Quick Deploy Max View combines a self-contained camera, solar power, and wireless applicability in a robust, weatherproof trailer. A self-extending telescopic mast means potential trouble spots can be effectively monitored.
Communitech says emergency services personnel have been asking them for this solution for years. They encounter problem spots all the time, such as crowd control, fire spots, security issues.
Now Quick Deploy Max View has delivered a solution to these problems with its simple, easy to use deploy system that is self-maintaining, says Communitech.
Designed for quick deployment to sites where security surveillance and monitoring is needed on a short to medium term basis, the Max View 6000 can be deployed by one person in as little as ten minutes.
The Max View Trailer incorporates a networked PTZ camera - a self contained mobile unit with wireless communications - all with solar panels (optional) for a long term surveillance solution.
Communitech recently installed its Quick Deploy PoleCam (a smaller brother to the MaxView) to the Department of Conservation for remote surveillance of wild animals and damage to fences.
The solution delivered immediate results with the ability to see what was happening at night, and record images for future followup.
With its easy self-maintaining system the camera and solar equipment have been engineered to ensure that the system does not need constant maintenance or upkeep.