Major incidents can happen in an instant and without warning, and in most cases require significant coordination across multiple agencies and blue-light services. Having the ability to live montor the scene of an incident, such as a RTA, RTC or environmental incident, even where CCTV cameras are not present, allows for more a effective emergency response, real-time updates and detailed post-analysis.
RMC Incident Response vehicles are equipped with secure 4G LTE broadcast hardware allowing us to downlink live video and audio directly from the scene of a major incident from our drone, fixed and pole-based cameras, directly to your desk, N.O.C. or command centre.
EYES WHEN AND WHERE YOU NEED THEM
Our tethered, all-weather drones can stay in the air for up to 72 hours a time, giving you a complete uninterrupted aerial overview of an incident with the ability to communicate with our on-site staff via telephone or radio, allowing repositioning of the camera(s) as and when required.
Our OSC permissions allow us to operate our aircraft closer to persons, vehicles, vessels and structures than 99% of other UK commercial drone operators, allowing us to take off and fly in areas which are off limits to most. We can also operate considerably lower than standard PfCO holders, giving you crystal clear real-time video updates.
Our incident support services are not limited to major incidents – our clients use our live feed services to monitor short-term projects, weekend road and rail engineering works closures and security checkpoints at large events and festivals. In fact, virtually anywhere you need a temporary set of eyes we can help.
SECURE, FULLY-ENCRYPTED LIVE FEEDS
Our secure online video streaming platform can be viewed by 1 or 1000 private users simultaneously from anywhere in the world and even on mobile or tablet devices. All video feeds are AES-256 encrypted and only accessible to users with your permission, guaranteeing complete privacy.
For a demonstration of our incident response video streaming service, contact us today.