Transmission from mobile color or infrared cameras (analog or digital)

  • Wide radius by high transmission power
  • Receiving station as portable unit (case version) or fixed unit in a vehicle
  • Reception and control at/from multiple stations is possible
  • Switching between selected cameras at any time
  • Simultaneous recording
  • Wireless transmission of received imagery, even by satellite
  • Mobile operation at any location
  • Fastest relocation possible
  • Optional encryption of video signals
  • Simultaneous video and audio information from the operation site is the basis for proper decisions, can save lives and protect material values.

NEW: Fitting out a fire engine support vehicle LUF 60 with a camera system

Portable Helmet Camera

  • Can be combined with infrared camera
  • Integrated duplex voice communication
  • Separately accessible via radio
  • Operable inside buildings, cellars, underground, tunnels

Radio-controlled camera on pan / tilt head (also available with cables)

  • Panning, tilting, 32x zoom, focus and aperture are controllable by radio
  • Can be combined with infrared camera
  • Range of application: on turntable ladders or telescope mounts, inside buildings, wide area surveillance, natural disasters, terrorism prevention, firefighting, search for missing people and fire origin.
  • Surveillance of beaches, mobile surveillance of events, soccer matches and other large-scale sports events (our camera system was used during the World Soccer Championship in Germany and the Olympic Games in China)

NEW: Forwarding UMTS (3G) /GSM using a radio-operated data module (router)

Data from our wireless camera systems can now also be forwarded from our receiver station using our new technology. Our new UMTS (3G) / GSM radio-operated data module supports the mobile communications standards GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA / HSUPA. It is specially adapted for our wireless technology.
The special feature with our technology, however, is that it is not just possible to receive the currently forwarded pictures from out camera at an operations center, using a laptop or a Smartphone, but that they can also be controlled! The prerequisite here is access to an appropriate mobile communications network. This is not a problem throughout the whole of Europe. It should also not be a problem in many other countries (for example Brazil) where there are appropriate roaming contracts in place, so there should be no problem in using this technology beyond national borders.
An example: A telescopic mast platform, a turntable ladder, a light tower, another kind of vehicle or a stand fitted with our camera system, is in use in an area where a natural catastrophe (a flood, forest fire, earthquake&&) or some other large-scale emergency has occurred. The command center, the central disaster task force, can plug into our system at any time, from wherever they may be, receive the current camera pictures, control them or call up the recordings from the video recorder and therefore continuously be informed about the current situation locally.
Everything is naturally encrypted so that this access is only possible for authorized persons.
This feature is one which is only offered by our system.

Major incidents/crises, forest fires and other natural catastrophes

Major incidents/crises, catastrophes, forest fires, floods, earthquakes, damage scenarios in tunnel areas, train crashes etc. are surely not only important topics in Europe. These often occurring events also require an ever increasing level of response, over national boundaries, by fire brigades and rescue services.
Our system is fit for such situations with its multitude of possible components and options:
  • receive current live information from the crisis area, without causing any emergency services personnel to be confronted with danger
  • the necessity of having the information required to coordinate the fire brigades and emergency services personnel
  • immediate reaction to changes in the situation is possible
  • recording of the response team activities as evidence
  • determination of the cause of a fire, evaluation and training
  • long-term monitoring, day and nightm using colour and heat image cameras
  • mobile deployment and immediate change of location without complex laying of cables.
Use of our technical equipment is quite independent of the time of day, the weather conditions and the period of activity. Compared to the technically limited options for using drones, which we do not want in way to devalue, we also have the advantages of using powerful transmitters, colour and heat image cameras as well as measuring devices on a swivel/tilting head. Switching in to the respective components can take place using radio commands as well as controlling in the areas of swivelling/tilting, a powerful zoom function, changing the size of the iris according to the brightness conditions and glare occurring, day/night switching or manual fine controlling of the focus.
The multivalently constructed system offers the option of combined use of further components, for example our mobile unit helmet camera, with options to combine these with a heat image camera, as well as a bidirectional audio connection. With its digital transmission output of 10W EIRP (integral analogue transmitter for heat image cameras of a max. of 300  500 mW), the basis is laid to realise a huge communication range, also from inside tunnels or in cellars.
Passing on of the live data to external command centres - also beyond national borders (reception of signals and controlling of the cameras, access to stored data in the recorder)  is also possible externally using a laptop and Smartphone. This is surely also a major prerequisite for managing and coordination of emergency services personnel, also an international force.
A picture often says much more than a thousand words.