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Author: News Team Created: 5/20/2009 3:29 PM
Integrys on new technology

Reveal Media is delighted to announce that the Hyderabad Traffic Police (HTP) recently procured 100 RS2-X2 body worn video cameras for use to improve traffic policing in the area, and improve enforcement over regulation on their roads; as the Indian city looks to increase ‘smart-policing’ strategies.

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A driver has been caught unleashing a physical and verbal attack on a parking inspector in Toowoomba, Australia.

The incident was captured on the parking inspector's RS2-X2 body camera with the angry driver filmed as he unleashed a tirade of profanity.

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A 25 year old man has been jailed for a “shocking and brutal” attack on a female police officer from Hampshire Constabulary, who recorded the event on her Reveal body camera.

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The computer in OPP Const. Jeff Knier's cruiser emits two loud sounds - ding, ding - as a pickup truck passes on Lansdowne St. E. "That's the (Automatic Licence Plate Recognition) program reading both the front and rear license plates," he says, demonstrating the technology near the Peterborough County OPP detachment Thursday afternoon. 

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Integrys recently attended the OACP (Ontario Association of Chief of Police) B2B show and presented some of the many benefits that video technologies offer policing.   

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Dec 23, 2014.  Integrys license plate recognition systems are used by several Canadian police forces including one of the largest forces in Canada.   

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Integrys along with partners Themis computer, Cohu HD, RGB Spectrum and Techsource demonstrated rugged computing and video platforms designed for ship board, airborne and armored vehicle deployment.

 

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We understand what it means to work on the frontline, and our body worn cameras are the only proof you’ll ever need.

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The manufacturing sector is constantly trying to improve cycle times, material yield, up time and product quality. Whether it be auto parts, circuit boards or cookies, manufacturing processes need to be efficient and precise.

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Having previously ruled out body worn video after testing a “substandard” product with an unknown company, Amherstburg Police have now got their hands on an RS3 and are hoping to “test this camera for approximately 30 days”.

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