Police In-Car Video Transfer Options
Video transfer involves wireless video upload, SD card, and USB upload.
Pannin's video upload solution provides all upload methods available for maximum flexibility and fail-safe consideration.
Pannin’s wireless upload method uses 802.11 g/n protocol for high speed upload with 128 bit encryption. This method is highly secured by Pannin’s proprietary algorithm and extremely safe. Software downloads; HASH verifies and files video according to video type. Pannin supports end-users with advance on-site surveys to recommended the best solution for your department.
The system administrator can decide how the in-car units access the wireless upload server. It can be set to actively search for the upload server all the time and automatically start uploading videos once the connection to the server is established, or, it can be set to upload videos only when the officer commands it to.
Pannin’s in-car unit can stream videos from the in-car camera to the back-end dispatch or control center. The infrastructure can be any IP based wireless network. (Bandwidth available will have a direct affect on how many FPS can be streamed) If the available bandwidth is not high enough to support video streaming, the department can choose to transfer live images (snapshots) back to the control center every few seconds.
Multiple Viewing Locations
For departments that have multiple sub stations, it is important to have videos that were uploaded in one sub, available to other subs as well. Pannin has designed several different solutions to achieve high video availability to multiple precincts in a secure environment. These solutions are based on infrastructure available to the department under certain budget constraints. Pannin will work with each client and recommend a solution that best suits the agency’s need.
ADS Enterprise Manager
Back Up and Consolidate Video Evidence
Mobile Witness ADS Enterprise Manager™ is the perfect solution for helping Regional ADS Centers consolidate and create a redundant backup of their valuable video evidence. Fleet vehicles download files and metadata to their Regional ADS Server so officers and supervisors can review the data locally using Mobile Witness Manager™. Every time a new file finishes downloading on the Regional ADS Server, the Enterprise Server receives a notification. ADS Enterprise Server creates a queue and starts downloading data from the Regional ADS Servers to the corporate storage location, keeping records of when the file was requested, downloaded, erased, and accessed. The process on the Regional ADS Server is as simple as configuring the IP address and credentials to redistribute the video to an ADS Enterprise Server.