World's #1 Selling
Digital Police In-Car Video System, ORDERS SHIP SAME DAY!
10/13/2010 Martel Wins South Carolina State Contract for Police Car Camera
System Contract Numbers #4400002946 #4400002947 "
Immediate Delivery! New,
DIGITAL VIDEO EVIDENCE MANAGER Companion
software to the MDE2.
The Martel Digital
Enterceptor-2 has quickly become the United
States Standard Digital Police Car video
"93% of Police departments who buy a MDE2's
Re-order more MDE2 for their remaining
Military has deployed them to Iraq,
Afghanistan and Kuwait. Customers include
the US Air Force, Navy, BLM, Border Patrol,
US Forest service, Coast Guard, FEMA, ATF,
Homeland Security, Lockheed Martin and a
majority of Sheriff and Police departments
in all 50 states. We have over 5,000 state
and local law enforcement agencies as
Now Available: Automatic Hands Free Wireless Download. Simply drive near the police station and the MDE2 connects
wirelessly to server, automatically downloading all recorded video. Advanced 128bit security and
SPI firewall protection safeguards both the video transfer and the computers on your network.
The Martel MDE2 is the
Next generation of Police Mobile Digital
Video Systems. We combined state-of-the-art
digital recording and easy video archiving
to make your life simple. Martel's Digital
MDE2 police in car video system has key
distinct advantages to law enforcement
agencies: Touch Screen controls, No moving
parts, pre-event recording, lawsuit
protection. Now you can capture an incident
on video and defend your organization from
potential liability arising from lawsuits.
New: Live Real-time
Video Streaming option. Send Real-time video
back to your station.
MDE2 Police in-car camera video system key lockable door keeps the recorded in-car camera video evidence completely secure.
We have eliminated any moving parts,
including buttons. We use advanced touch
screens so there is nothing to
break down on you.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Police Departments, & IT Personnel. If your Police
Car video system records in MPEG4 or h.264 video formats, there's a few important
things you need to consider. First, if you have a police chase video that is 4 hours
in length, it will take you at least 4-6 hours to trans-code it into a playable
DVD-Video for court. Second, the trans-coding process changes the data, making
it non-original evidence. In contrast, Martel's Police Car video systems record
in MPEG2 also known as native DVD format. A 4 hour video will take 4 minutes to
burn a playable DVD-Video with our system, cutting your back end costs
and time expenditures.