Mobile remote video can be used on multiple sites without permanent power source
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Officers are continuing to examine CCTV footage to identify those involved in violence when peaceful protests in an area of Bristol turned ugly. Objects were hurled at police during the trouble occurring at a protest at a recently-opened Tesco Express in Stokes Croft. The shop was damaged during the demonstration. "We are still scrutinising at a large amount of CCTV footage,” a police spokesman said. Nine people have been arrested and four have appeared in court.
The SiteSight system available from CCTV Surveillance is a fully integrated mobile remote video solution. It has been designed to be totally transportable and can be re-deployed as frequently as required on multiple sites. The system’s unique design allows it to be set up on site by one operator in areas without fixed wired communication or a permanent power source. The SiteSight solid state trailer system provides a platform which transports the system from site to site. Some of the features include: Live video/audio transmission, an integral uninterruptible power supply and rugged anti-tamper design.