Rapid Deployment CCTV

Ready to be used in different conditions during diverse events, including concerts, football matches and other sports events as well as during daily monitoring of busy city streets. Rapid deployment CCTV is as universal and versatile as required for such a variety of situations and types of usage.

It is basically a modern, high-tech surveillance system, designed to withstand harsh weather conditions, directed attempts at disabling the monitoring equipment (cutting its power, screening the camera lens etc.). Thanks to the advancement of surveillance technology, rapid deployment CCTV systems (including our own iCAM-Mobile HD) are lightweight and can be installed at virtually any spot. No additional projects and permits are required prior to the installation, as the camera has reliable, yet easy to install (the whole procedure takes just around 3 minutes!) special mounting sockets.

The complete basic set includes usually:

  • a battery,
  • a recorder,
  • a wireless transmitter,
  • a radio module,
  • (of course) the camera itself.

Thanks to compatibility with numerous VMS management software, different security teams should have no problem using the rapid deployment CCTV for their own purposes. Up to 90 days of storage additionally increases the effectiveness of the equipment, as the security organisations are able to check the footage months after an incident takes place – and it can be accessed from many places (you are not limited to one access room).

One of the great advantages of mobile rapid deployment CCTV systems is the quality of the images captured. Full HD ensures the best resolution, which translates into simpler recognition of suspects and faster, more effective reaction to potential threats.

At the same time the system has been designed to withstand extreme temperatures, ranging from -40°C to +60°C. With battery life estimated at 3000 cycles, the rapid deployment CCTV equipment is extremely durable and reliable – in virtually any conditions, all year round and for many years to come.