WCCTV to Exhibit Mobile Surveillance Systems at GSX 2018

WCCTV will be hosting a booth at the Global Security Exchange (GSX, formerly ASIS), September 25-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, NV.

The Company will be located at booth 1777, and will be demonstrating a complete range of market-leading mobile video surveillance systems, including:

All of WCCTV's surveillance systems are specifically engineered to transmit live and recorded video securely and efficiently via 4G LTE technology.


WCCTV Will demonstrate the 4G IR Mini Dome +, a rapid deployment pole camera specifically designed for mobile video surveillance applications. The system delivers live and recorded high definition images via 4G LTE networks.

As an all-in-one portable video surveillance solution, it combines an infrared PTZ camera, local recording capacity (up to 4TB), and wireless transmission technology into a single, lightweight unit.

The system is easy to install, easy to maintain, and can be moved to new locations to meet changing requirements.

WCCTV will also demonstrate the WCCTV Mini Dome Solar Trailer is an autonomously-powered mobile video surveillance system that can be rapidly deployed at practically any location, providing security for remote sites, short-term events or off-grid locations on a temporary or permanent basis.

It takes just minutes to install the WCCTV Mini Dome Solar Trailer at your locations, and it can easily be moved to new locations as your sites develop or applications change. It is an ideal surveillance solution for locations without any fixed infrastructure for power or video transmission.

The trailer is fitted with up to 4 of WCCTV's 4G Mini Dome pole cameras that have been specifically designed to deliver live and recorded video securely and efficiently via 4G LTE networks.


To arrange a meeting with WCCTV during GSX simply click the link below. If you are not heading to the show but have an interest in mobile video surveillance for please contact or call 877 805-9475.

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