Ideal for police in use with special operations, covert surveillance and evidence gathering, the Zao-S can send an encrypted live stream from body and helmet cams, drones, vehicles, helicopters and boats. An ONVIF compliant stream can be created for an existing Video Management System (VMS) within the command & control room with ultra low latency from 65ms.
Emergency first responders
Using mobile cameras, the police, ambulance, fire-service and coast guard and other civilian rescue services can send secure and encrypted broadcast-quality live streams back to a control room. This enables remote personnel to advise on operational situations or provide remote medical treatment,with an audio return from the control room back to the emergency services on the ground.
Ease of live streaming from remote locations such as within airports, railway stations or other public transport hubs, allows the camera to go where the action is rather than relying on fixed surveillance cameras. Cameras could also be fitted on buses, trains and other vehicles for secure live streaming back to a command centre by utilising the Zao or Zao-S using multiple 4G connections.
Live streaming full broadcast quality video from a drone on the move has never been easier. It is possible to connect a Zao or Zao-S to the Ground Base Station and send an encrypted live stream back to a command and control centre. With proven integration into a range of VMS or other mobile operational intelligence platforms, the Zao and Zao-S can provide highly reliable and low latency video back to a command and control centre in real time.
With its low latency, reliability and integration with 4G, WiFI and satellite systems, the Zao and Zao-S can send an encrypted live stream from drones, remote driving cars, sniper scopes, helmet cams, aircraft and other military vehicles. It can be used in sensitive areas for mobile surveillance and utilized for operational directives with its high reliability, ultra low latency and broadcast quality live streams.