CopTrax™ Model S body worn camera’s automatic, hands-free upload and single start/stop button Keeps It Simple for law enforcement

RICHARDSON, Texas – Applied Concepts, Inc. proudly introduces its Stalker CopTrax™ Model S body-worn camera, purpose built for demanding law enforcement applications.  The Model S combines state-of-the-art video capture with durability and ease of use that leads the industry. In addition to crystal-clear video images, the Model S provides exceptional battery life and automatic, hands-off evidence upload along with a single “start/stop” button, which guarantees reliability and ease of use the first time and every time. “Our goal in designing the Model S was to make the most advanced video camera technology instantly and reliably available to law enforcement at the touch of a button.    In this regard, we have exceeded our projections,” said Russell Kautz, ACI’s Chief Technology Officer. The Model S, with up to 11 hours of continuous recording on a single charge, offers an array of features so simple and easy to use that it can be deployed the same day it is delivered.  Whether your department needs a single camera part time, or hundreds of cameras working  together 24/7, the Model S coupled with the included CopTrax™ Body Camera Device Manager, easily classifies, tags, stores, archives, and distributes all video evidence in a completely secure environment,…

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Stalker introduces CopTrax II™ second-generation real-time streaming in-car video system.

PLANO, Texas (April 25) – The world’s most advanced in-car video system is now even better. Stalker recently introduced its second-generation CopTrax II real-time streaming in-car video system. The new CopTrax II builds on the original CopTrax automatic wireless file upload platform and integrates a powerful on-board computer video processor, and records separate redundant video as backup. CopTrax II moves video processing tasks from the patrol vehicle’s laptop to CopTrax II’s own integrated computer. Doing this has the dual benefit of relieving the patrol vehicle laptop of some of its processing load, while shifting the processor-intensive video tasks into the CopTrax II standardized environment. Both systems are controlled through the vehicle laptop’s touch screen. CopTrax II ensures that no video evidence is lost by automatically activating redundant background recording when the vehicle’s ignition is turned on. Running in the background, it captures up to 120 hours of video on a separate internal drive. When the main CopTrax video system records an event, both the event video and the redundant background video are saved. In addition, CopTrax II includes a user configurable impact-sensing accelerometer with crash/pursuit settings, 1280x720 HD video recording, embedded WiFi, and 8 separate hardware triggers. A built-in battery…

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