UK based Ovation Systems, designers and manufacturers of specialist video surveillance products will be exhibiting at Counter Terror Expo, which will be held on the 19th and 20th April 2011, at Olympia, London on Stand Number: F105
Ovation Systems are a world class company who specialise in the development, design and manufacture of rugged, high performance video surveillance equipment and systems for the police, military and other government law enforcement agencies and CCTV markets.
At this year's Counter Terror Expo, Ovation Systems will show its full range of FlashBack evidential recording systems. These systems are already in use with over 150 law enforcement, government and military customers worldwide.
On show will be the latest development from Ovation Systems, FlashBack-3R - a fully ruggedised version in the FlashBack Evidential Recording Systems range - specifically designed for unmanned remote covert surveillance operations in harsh climates or vehicle borne surveillance. It is only 90 x 30 x 155 mm in size and weighs just 625g. It is weatherproof (able to operate in temperature conditions -20 to +65C [-4 to + 150F] with suitable HDD fitted [e.g. Solid State Disk]) and the ruggedised sealed casing means that it can be used in extreme environments. It uses H.264 video compression technology, which provides high quality video coupled with very long record times. The system records to an internal 2.5” SATA hard disk drive of up to 1TB which can record real-time up to a staggering 8 weeks of real-time video footage. To extend battery life, it is possible to record selectively via its internal timer or to record for a preset duration when trigged by external ground sensors. The unit also includes internal 16 zone motion detector.
David Millar, Sales and Marketing Director at Ovations Systems said; “With our products already in use with law enforcement, government and military customers, worldwide, we are proud to be able to showcase FlashBack-3R and are looking forward to a successful, busy Counter Terror in London, again this year.”