Ninja for Logistics, mobile surveillance
The BPS Ninja for Logistics enables “surveillance on the move”. Ninja can be installed, simply and temporarily, in vehicles, vessels, containers, or locations where it is not feasible or cost-effective to install a permanent CCTV system. It integrates within one unit, the functions of camera and microphone capture, intelligently controlled recording on non-volatile media, infra-red lighting, motion sensor triggering, and optionally wireless transmission and remote control.
The Ninja for Logistics is tailored for remote use in freight vehicles and containers or any remote site where conventional CCTV can not be used due to lack of mains power or environmental issues.
The Ninja can also be used indoors, in homes, hotels, storerooms, workplaces, shops, luxury boats, caravans, public carriage or private vehicles, where security is an issue. For these situations, if required, it can be powered from the mains or an external 12 or 24 V DC supply, whilst still retaining at all times, an on-board battery supply.
The Ninja for Logistics relies on a Passive Infra Red (PIR) motion sensor to detect human activity within its vicinity. Once triggered, Ninja will continue recording until there has been no activity for some time. If it is wireless enabled, it will evaluate the kind of activity seen and may submit a Wireless Alert. If it is wireless enabled it can also be instructed by the Ninja server or via SMS to start or stop recording, send images to the server, disregard alarm events, etc.
The motion sensor detects human activity at up to 10 M. The standard camera lens is a pinhole lens with a 90º angle, giving a semi-fisheye view to cover as much of the area as possible, and providing good depth of field.
Audio Visual recordings and any other data saved by Ninja are stored on a built-in Secure Digital (SD) or MultiMedia Card (MMC) flash memory card.
The TecBox has a BPS built-in Infra-Red illumination source, which activates automatically if the light level falls below a certain limit. Combined with the high light sensitivity of the camera, it is sufficient to make the scene visible within a range of about 3 m in total darkness.
Without the IR illumination, the camera of the TecBox is sufficiently sensitive to show anything that could be seen with the naked eye.
When docked to a PC with a USB cable, the BPS Live Player program allows the user to view what the Ninja is currently seeing, providing a way of verifying that the camera is viewing the desired scene.
Each Ninja unit is uniquely identified by a two-part ID number,
Ninja for Logistics Features:
• Night time infra red for covert imaging applications
BPS TecBox In Transit semi-covert audio-visual surveillance
Remote site surveillance monitoring capital equipment
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