New York, January 23, 2020 – AMVision, the public safety video streaming division of All Mobile Video (AMV) has been chosen by York County Virginia to provide video streaming for its special operations teams. AMV will provide 32 video streaming systems for distribution to special operations teams from around the Hampton Roads, Virginia area for use with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), bomb squad robots, marine vessels and various other video platforms.
According to Deputy Chief Christopher W. Sadler, York County Department of Fire and Life Safety, “The York County Public Safety UAS Team has used the AMV Streaming System on multiple incidents and during many hours of training. We found the AMV UAS Streaming System to be very reliable, easy to use, and built to withstand the rugged use that firefighters and law enforcement personnel inflict on their tools and equipment.”
AMV’s InsightRT1 encoder streams video signals over any internet connection via AMV’s secure datacenters. Once the operator starts the stream, any authorized user can view the video via Chrome browser on the desktop or Android device or Safari on an iOS device. The system provides:
- Guaranteed uptime of 99 percent via fully redundant infrastructure
- Access to live video streams for up to 10 users simultaneously in multiple locations
- Dedicated, secure URL for viewing streams via internet browser on any device of choice
Because AMV is the sole provider, transmissions are secure. Video is never stored – it is simply transmitted to the command center via AMV’s private network.