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The application of industrial endoscope in the police industry!

The application of industrial endoscope in the police industry!

Issue Time:2020/12/16
Police endoscopes are widely used in the fields of criminal investigation, security, EOD, anti-drug, anti-smuggling, and search and rescue. Because police scopes have many advantages that are not available in investigative instruments or equipment. On the one hand, because of its concealment, it can enter the area that needs to be observed through a small gap. The infrared light source can not be seen by the naked eye of normal people. The investigator can directly pass through the pipeline without destroying the door, window and other objects. Go inside and observe the suspects and suspicious objects.

The other aspect is its reliability. The picture effects can be observed directly through the display screen, taking pictures, video recording, and audio recording, which can understand the actual situation from many aspects. At the same time, it can be connected to wireless terminals such as mobile phones via WIFI for long-distance wireless transmission, which is suitable for viewing by multiple people outside the venue, making the judgment result more accurate.

Through this modern means and police endoscope tools and equipment, long-distance observation and inspection of suspicious objects or dangerous personnel can effectively deter and combat various criminal acts. While protecting people's personal and property safety, it also reduces law enforcement personnel. The danger of this, to ensure the safety of law enforcement personnel.

The police endoscope independently developed and produced by JEET Technology can realize 360-degree flexible steering, 10 meters long-distance observation, one-key switching of red and white light sources, support for photography and video recording, high-definition images, and can be undetected by suspects Down or keep a distance from the object to be inspected, clear and pressure-free to achieve long-distance observation.