xG Technology Receives Airborne Video Orders from Law Enforcement Agencies
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | Comments

xG Technology announced that its IMT Vislink business received orders valued at more than $750,000 for high-definition (HD) airborne video downlink system (AVDS) equipment and related services from law enforcement agencies in Virginia, Massachusetts, Oregon and California.

Each of the orders will be delivered as fully integrated solutions, bundling a suite of managed client services that include concept surveys, physical installation, configuration, equipment setup, testing and final acceptance.

The IMT Vislink AVDS comprises an integrated suite of downlink transmitters, receivers and antennas that capture real-time, reliable HD video from helicopters and other aircraft. Providing ground-based personnel an immediate, clear and reliable picture of what is being viewed from above allows faster and more accurate decision making in critical situations, enhancing the safety of the public and law enforcement personnel.

“Our AVDS solutions continue to set the standard for leveraging police aerial units to add enhanced tactical and strategic capabilities,” said John Payne, president of IMT USA. “This latest round of orders furthers our leadership in this market, where we are recognized for solutions that feature outstanding video quality, extensive range and interoperability for use in multiagency operations. In addition, our focus on delivering concept-to-completion projects gives our clients unsurpassed value and peace of mind for their mission-critical communications.”

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