News | September 5, 2012

Micropower Showcases First Comprehensive Solar-Powered, Wireless Surveillance System At Asis 2012

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Helios™video surveillance solution revolutionizes cost of camera deployment, enhances reliable video data transmission

MicroPower Technologies Inc., an award-winning provider of surveillance solutions optimized for rapid, cost-effective deployment, will demonstrate the rich functionality its Helios™ video surveillance system at ASIS 2012, being held Sept. 10-13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. At MicroPower booth #659, conference attendees can see first-hand the drastic reduction in deploymentcost and time that the system offers without compromising performance, video quality or reliability. The system will also be on display in the Monitor Dynamics booth #2323.

The Helios system is the first comprehensive surveillance system that is solar-powered and completely wireless. It consists of the MPT2500, a solar-powered, wireless video surveillance camera and the MPT2700, a wireless video hub that receives video and data from the cameras. Together, these components coordinate transmission from the cameras via an external directional antenna to the video management software (VMS). A directional antenna provides reliable video transmission in a variety of environments.

About MicroPower Technologies Inc.
MicroPower Technologies, Inc. was founded on the idea that wireless surveillance could be cost effective, easy-to-deploy, secure and highly reliable. The company’s innovative research team designed a comprehensive surveillance system that redefines the market through the use of intelligent algorithms that enhance video quality and reliability, while maximizing cost effectiveness. Its flagship product, the Rugged-i wireless video camera, incorporates advanced software and ultra-low power wireless technologies to eliminate data and power cables. MicroPower products are distributed globally in the commercial, border protection, government, retail, education and public utility markets.

SOURCE: MicroPower Technologies