Public safety video system debuts

A new, mobile, digital video system from Schaumberg, Ill.-based Motorola Inc. will let police shoot full-motion video from their cars and transmit the images to headquarters.

The Mobile Video Enforcer has pre-event and automatic event-triggered recording capabilities.

It can operate as a standalone unit or with a Motorola MW800 or ML900 rugged computing device to control the recorder through a mobile data terminal display. Incident and criminal profile information are stored with each video.

The video management system at headquarters automatically uploads, archives and organizes captured video from docked recorder units.

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