Heres how Police Car Cameras Wireless Automactic Video downloading 802.11n works:
The Police car with a MDE2 system in it, drives near the police station. The MDE2 system automatically connects to a 802.11N wireless network that has been provided by Martel. The Police Car Camera system sends a password to the wireless receiver located in the police station.
Indicator lights on your touch screen will tell you when a fully encrypted high speed connection is made. Red, for no connection. Yellow, for a weak connection and Green for a strong connection.
When the password is received and the connection is secure the wireless receiver then tells the MDE2 Police Car Camera to begin the transfer. Upon completing the videos transfer to the police stations server, the receiver then checks the integrity of the file and verifies all video has transferred successfully. Finally the receiver commands the MDE2 Police Car Camera to erase all files so the vehicle and camera system are ready to continue patrolling.
If the police car camera pulls away from the station and the transfer is not complete, the download will pause. When you come back into contact with the station, the download starts from where it left off. Police Car Camera Smart Transfer Technology. Worlds, Only Intelligent Police In car camera system with Smart Transfer Technology, Revolutionary!
Security and Encryption: We utilize the most secure WiFi network available. Advanced 128bit security and SPI firewall protection safeguards both the video transfer and the computers on your network. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Police Departments, & IT Personnel.
If your Police Car video system records in MPEG4 or h.264 video formats, there's a few important things you need to consider. First, if you have a police chase video that is 4 hours in length, it will take you at least 4-6 hours to trans-code it into a playable DVD-Video for court. Second, the trans-coding process changes the data, making it non-original evidence. In contrast, Martel's Police Car video systems record in MPEG2 also known as native DVD format. A 4 hour video will take 4 minutes to burn a playable DVD-Video with our system, cutting your back end costs and time expenditures.