News | November 13, 2012

MicroPower Technologies To Showcase Vertical Market Applications At Industry Trade Shows

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Wireless surveillance solutions provider to demonstrate unparalleled market applications at upcoming conference

San Diego – MicroPower Technologies Inc., an award-winning provider of surveillance solutions optimized for rapid, cost-effective deployment, today announced it will showcase its solar-powered, wireless surveillance solutions at two upcoming transportation-oriented conferences. MicroPower will highlight the freight transit applications of its Helios video surveillance system in booth no. 562 at the NITL TransComp Exhibition & IANA Intermodal Expo, being held Nov. 11-13 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif. In addition, MicroPower will bring its award-winning technologies to the California Public Parking Association Annual Conference and Tradeshow, booth no. 106, being held Nov. 14-16 at the Orange County Hilton in Costa Mesa, Calif.

MicroPower’s Helios wireless video surveillance system enables customers to place surveillance cameras practically anywhere because no power or data cables are required. The Helios system delivers unmatched cost savings in surveillance deployment and leverages patented technology that delivers significant improvements in performance and power without compromising video quality or reliability.

The Helios system drastically reduces the cost of surveillance deployment in locations such as fleet yards, parking lots, shopping malls, municipal environments and college campuses by eliminating the cost of trenching for power and data cables. The cost of trenching alone to deliver power to traditional cameras can reach tens of thousands of dollars for only a few hundred feet of cabling and 100 feet of trenching can cost as much as $10,000 per camera. 

“The Helios system provides unprecedented, cost-effective surveillance for the freight transportation industry and businesses needing to fully secure a parking lot without the cost and installation headaches normally associated with these installations,” said Jon Siann, CEO, MicroPower Technologies. “In addition, the ease of deployment and flexibility of the system, which can be easily redeployed as security needs change, provides more versatility than ever before and we are delighted to demonstrate these capabilities to these markets this month.”

SOURCE: MicroPower Technologies Inc.