Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1. System Simplicity:
The physical system needs to be simple
enough to accomplish install and uninstall
without specialty technicians and with no
permanent changes to patrol vehicles.
There is no need for special trigger
mechanisms such as light activation, speed
or other driving activation, etc. Officers
need to be able to activate the system with
a simple On/Off button/trigger.
2. Software and Video Storage
Video needs to be available for access
without proprietary software and video
formats. Video storage needs to be able to
be accomplished through local hard drive
storage and played on common video
software such as the following formats:
AVI., WMV., MP4., MPG., etc. The
department will not pay ongoing fees for
video storage or special software.
3. Software and Video Storage
Storage can either be accomplished
through removable SD Cards or an internal
memory of at least 32 GB. Internal memory
must be able to be uploaded via internet
4. Video Interface
The system should not rely on ancillary
screens with special code systems to edit
system settings. The system should be
playable directly on the officer’s laptop with
all settings and video tagging done through
a simple interface.