|By PR Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 05:30 PM EST||
ITI in Westfield, MA is a premier U.S. engineering-based firm specializing in the design, development, and manufacture of high quality Borescopes, Fiberscopes and Videoscopes for inspection or observation into hostile environments or inaccessible areas.
The easy-to-use video system features two-way talk, bright LED illumination, and a light-weight carbon fiber design.
"The development of the SNRP (Search and Rescue Pole Camera) gives first responders the invaluable visual confirmation and communication technology vital to working with trapped victims," said Carl Wiley of ITI). "We've created a new value proposition for first responders by including all the features of the more expensive products at a modest price."
The SNRP is the featured device in a complete ITI search and rescue system that includes the following;
- AV2 Console with Display, DVR, Power Control and Interconnect Device with case
- Headphones and microphones
- Camera Head Rope Coupler
- 80 ft. Auxiliary Cable with Drop Rope and Coupler
- Spare Battery
- Operation Manual
- Case and Protective Foam
The ITI SNRP gives users the ability to search, evaluate, and act with dynamic two-way talk technology, video and voice recording, and vertical viewing from over 80 feet.
The ITI SNRP meets all USAR (Urban Search and Rescue) requirements for technical search.
From its inception in 1967, ITI has prided itself in bringing solutions to its customers with the most advanced remote viewing instruments and systems available, backed by a superior team of engineering specialists.
For more information, contact Carl Wiley at (413) 562-3606 or email at [email protected].
Media Contact: Don Moorhouse, Eleventh Avenue Public Relations, 508.410.5208, [email protected]
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