Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions announces new in-car video system

Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions has announced a new in-car video (ICV4000) system featuring a new video processing unit (VPU4000). This new technology reportedly includes high-speed processing, wireless networking, new security features, improved image quality and easier deployment.

“Panasonic i-PRO in-car video systems for law enforcement and professional security applications have a well-deserved reputation for exceptional reliability and video quality,” said David O’Connor, Director, Public Safety Division, Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions Corp. of America. “Building from that legacy and our extensive experience in professional video recording technology, the ICV4000 is a next-generation in-car video evidence capture solution with higher performance, improved security, and simplified installation.”

The new ICV4000 employs the MPEG-4 recording format, eliminating the need for proprietary media devices and making it easier to share video and audio content with other applications. The ICV4000 provides a more streamlined approach to video reviewing and sharing by eliminating the conversion processes and workflows associated with proprietary video formats.

As with all evidence-capture technology, securing the integrity of video and audio data is a top priority. The ICV4000 uses new and improved security features such as SSD drive lock and AES/256 data encryption at rest, which ensure that evidence data is completely secure and cannot be accessed or forcibly removed by unauthorised parties.

With several options for front-end cameras, the ICV4000 offers full 1080p HD recording along with a wider field of view and multiple optical/digital zoom levels, ensuring every detail is clearly captured, even under challenging conditions.

The ICV4000 incorporates embedded Bluetooth (BLE) and two wireless LAN modules to support seamless integration with Panasonic i-PRO’s BWC4000. Additionally, the ICV4000 features a consolidated system design that combines multiple system features, which results in reduced vehicle installation time as well as easier deployment and usability.

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