360 Vision Technology reports substantial increase in wireless TX camera enquiries

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UK CCTV manufacturer, 360 Vision Technology has reported a substantial increase in enquiries relating to applications requiring a reliable, rapidly deployable solution for remote surveillance monitoring.

Attributed to the current emergency situation, 360 Vision is meeting the demand for a wireless TX solution with its range of Predator, Invictus and lightweight VR Dome PTZ cameras. With no need for fixed infrastructure, which saves money on installation time and on-going cost of ownership, 360 Vision is assuring customers that as new security challenges emerge and with requirements needing to be addressed ‘on the fly’, their wireless video transmission TX camera solutions will provide optimal video surveillance performance, even within areas with poor mobile signal.

Delivering video & PTZ control from just 6 Kbps and Full 1080p HD edge recording/remote retrieval on demand, 360 Vision’s wireless TX cameras are also easy to integrate into existing VMS, being fully ONVIF compliant.

“360 Vision has had a surge of interest in the wireless TX camera product range over the last couple of weeks,” confirms Sara Fisher, Business Development Director. “With easy deployment, flexible 3G/4G/LTE TX connectivity and very low running costs due to extremely low bandwidth operation, the TX range is particularly suited to ‘on the fly’ deployment by local authorities, hospitals and the emergency services.

“We’d like to reassure all our customers that in this difficult emergency period, 360 Vision is here to support you. All of our sales and admin teams are now based remotely and available to receive calls on our usual numbers regarding stock and delivery.”

For further information on the ultimate performance wireless TX camera range, customers can contact 360 Vision Technology on Tel. 0870 903 3601, email: [email protected] or visit their website at https://www.360visiontechnology.com/the-tx-range-wireless-cctv-cameras/

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