The new and autonomous Mobile Video Surveillance Technology is an opportunity for (train) station operators to improve how they are working to reduce crime and play a greater role in safeguarding “vulnerable” people who might be at stations. Having a well-managed station provides reassurance to both passengers and staff that the station is a safe and secure environment.
Train station operators recognize that security and safety can be improved through the flexibility of mobile surveillance systems and their rapid deployment features for example at train yards, train parking- and cargo areas, it will show quick improvements with minimal financial investments. The design and implementation of new mobile video surveillance provides an opportunity to strengthen security in areas that are currently lacking any oversight.
Mobile Video Surveillance can:
• reduce crime levels, thus reducing operating expenditure (due to vandalism, graffiti, and lost time incidents)
• can be used in areas with no electrical connections (remote location)
• detect night-time trespassing or theft
• reduce the risk of theft at Train cargo terminals, reducing the potential for harm or even suicide.
• reduce insurance cost
• improve passenger confidence to travel, increasing ridership and revenue.
• generate positive publicity for the operator, potentially helping to leverage third party investment.
Train Stations are alive and today patterns might change tomorrow therefore a flexible surveillance will move with change of patterns without costly infrastructure investments.
STROPS Technologies, Ltd. implements a research project for the action programme “Growth and Employment”, specific support goal 1.2.1 “Increase of private sector investments in S&D (Search & Development), activity 188.8.131.52 “Support for the Development of New Products and Technologies Within the Competence Centres”.
Name of the research project: “Developing a modular multi-source power solution for mobile video surveillance”.
Project No 184.108.40.206/18/A/006
Research and development of a complex multi-source autonomous power solution for mobile video surveillance system including utilization of modular principles and algorithms for uniform aging of said modules capable of charging from grid or renewable power sources.
STROPS Technologies, SIA īsteno pētniecības projektu Darbības programmas “Izaugsme un nodarbinātība” 1.2.1. specifiskā atbalsta mērķa “Palielināt privātā sektora investīcijas P&A” 220.127.116.11. pasākuma “Atbalsts jaunu produktu un tehnoloģiju izstrādei kompetences centru ietvaros” ceturtās projektu iesniegumu atlases kārtas ietvaros.
Pētniecības projekta nosaukums: “Mērogojama kompleksa vairāku avotu barošanas risinājuma izstrāde mobilai video novērošanai”.
Projekts Nr. 18.104.22.168/18/A/006
Mērogojama kompleksa vairāku avotu barošanas risinājuma izstrāde mobilai video novērošanas sistēmai, kas sevī iekļauj modulāru barošanas avotu izmantošanu mērogojamības sasniegšanai un barošanas avotu vienmērīgu nolietošanos to lādēšanai izmantojot gan klasisko tīkla spriegumu, gan alternatīvos enerģijas avotus.
STROPS Technologies, SIA has signed an agreement No. IZ-L-2019/41 with Latvian Investment and Development agency for finansial support on project “Technology Transfer programm” which have been cofinanced by Europien Union development fund.
“Illegal garbage disposal, or fly-tipping as it is known in some parts of the world, is a major problem that hinders the development of any city. Now, a security company has come up with a mobile surveillance solution that can monitor the streets and help authorities catch those who are engaging in illegal waste dumping.”
Go to asmag.com article by Prasanth Aby Thomas for an in-depth overview of our STROPS AVS systems.
Construction site monitoring in Denmark with STROPS AVS 4G mobile video cameras make it possible to bring form to construction object. These rapid deployment systems allows customer to follow up the construction process, see how its building gets form without leaving office and wasting time on road.
The municipality of Vilnius has declared war to those individuals who illegally dump trash such as unnecessary furniture and building materials to household waste containers.
Installed, modern cameras placed by the containers detect infringements as they happen. One such camera recorded a dozen cases in only a couple of days. You wouldn’t want to be caught in the act of littering, as it can get expensive. Not only do litterers face a fine of up to 600 euros, but they may also be required to pay for the shipment of the waste.
The fight against urban polluters in the capital has risen to a new level.
Officials say that in just a couple of days, high-resolution smart cameras detected at least ten serious violations. Most of the violations are related to home repairs and builders looking to save on waste disposal – at the expense of the tax-paying population. Read more…
Vilnius has declared war to illegal waste dumpers
Leave your sofa somewhere else. Simple as that because illegal waste disposal is not cool. No matter how you put it, no matter how public the container is, it’s not cool. So just leave your sofa somewhere else, this is a cemetery.
I support the idea of a clean city, and since day one, when I started my business to help companies and public institutions fight illegal dumpsters, spot crimes and degradation, I’ve heard stories like these quite often. Read more …
We have successfully concluded an exhibition of this year by fighting flytipping at IFSEC International 2017, which drew the public attention to an ever-increasing problem in UK and other countries: Illegal dumping of waste or Fly-Tipping. Even though the exhibition is over, our campaign against Fly-tipping will continue with even greater vigour because we have received large support from the stand visitors.
In STROPS Technologies You Tube Channel You can see informative video about Fly-Tipping cases and what kind of solution we are proposing to fight illegal waste dumping.
Our biggest gratitude to our supporters and partners!
Let’s BEAT Fly-Tipping Together!
The UK’s largest surveillance exhibition – IFSEC International – is almost upon us! It’s due to take place at ExCel London, 20-22 June. This is great opportunity to meet and review security solutions for specific industry requirements.
Our focus at IFSEC will be specifically geared towards the growing and ever more costly problems associated with fly-tipping and we would be delighted to meet You there and have an opportunity to discuss further our proven solutions and assess the superior performance and characteristics of our products, and find out how we can help You beat the scourge of fly-tipping within your borough.
To meet us just book a meeting at ifsec2017.youcanbook.me and we will be pleased to welcome you to our stand E1630!
Learn more about event at www.ifsec.events
Let’s BEAT Fly-Tipping together!
Recently we have launched our latest mobile video cameras version – STROPS AVS mx6. Along with H.264 and high quality MxPEG codec, the new STROPS AVS mx6 version is now fully Onvif compliant.
The STROPS AVS mx6 can be connected to most popular video management systems due to it being Onvif compliant and having H.264 support making it easier for system integrators or end users to add the advanced AVS into their existing VMS.
But we haven’t stopped there, our engineers have included an advanced CPU and other refinements to give our clients up to 8fps @2x6MP!