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Motorola Solutions Offers Public Safety Agencies Enhanced Eyes and Ears to Combat Crime

Date: 2013-03-13
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New software enables safekeeping, retrieval and sharing of video and audio

Motorola Solutions Inc. has announced the newest version of the MVX1000 Digital In-Car Video System R1.2 and Real-Time Video Intelligence R1.1 products that demonstrate Motorola’s leadership in public safety video technology.

The MVX1000 Digital In-Car Video System captures video and audio evidence within the police vehicle, providing a secure, rugged, solid-state storage platform in the field and allowing secure data transfer to the back-end Digital Multimedia Management System (DMMS) when the vehicle returns to headquarters.  MVX1000 R1.2 brings improvements to the in-vehicle and DMMS user interfaces, as well as the ability to add external video and audio files – such as audio logs or witness video – to an incident timeline in the DMMS.

Real-Time Video Intelligence (RTVI) lets officers view live, real-time video from fixed street cameras or in-car cameras wirelessly – no matter where they are, on the device of their choice. This advanced software ensures that high-quality live video is delivered even under challenging wireless conditions, by measuring throughput and adjusting video parameters to match available bandwidth. 

 “More police departments are realizing that incident video is indispensable to their work, whether in the field or the command center,” said Tim Boyle, vice president, Application Products and Solutions, Motorola Solutions. “From its rugged, solid-state form factor to its intuitive user interface, the MVX1000 In-Car Digital Video System is designed to capture high-quality video while letting offers focus on their jobs. And Real-Time Video Intelligence software delivers live video directly to where it’s needed most, helping keep personnel safe and effective in the field.”

For more information, see

- Product Profiles / (via Motorola Solutions, 12/12/13)



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