Point Blank Enterprises Enters Surveillance Vehicle Market with Introduction of the IRIS COVERT Product Line at SHOT SHOW 2017
Posted on January 16, 2017
Pompano Beach based Point Blank Enterprises (PBE) today announced its entry into the Surveillance Vehicle market with the introduction of the IRIS COVERT product line, a next generation vehicle based video surveillance platform that changes the way Law Enforcement can safely collect, process and transmit high definition audio and video. The Company will be featuring its advanced surveillance technology at the 2017 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) taking place January 17-20 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada in Booth 11366.
Vehicle based surveillance platforms have been in use by Law Enforcement for over 30 years in the areas of narcotics enforcement, public corruption, prostitution, hostage negotiation, terrorism/counter terrorism, and many other types of missions. These platforms provide a critical component for evidence gathering and officer safety. However, from the earliest vehicles up until today, existing solutions always involve the combination of many different independent systems, complex configurations, many switches and buttons, a high learning curve and no integration between systems or a singular easy to use interface.
IRIS COVERT changes all of that. Built by a team with over 60 years of combined experience, PBE has developed a solution, reimagined and built from the ground up to address the challenges facing Law Enforcement agencies. With a focus on Advanced Technology, Reliability, Ease of Use along with Officer Safety. IRIS COVERT delivers single button and touch screen operation, complete remote operation, central command viewing, a unified interface for all systems, easy to use software and industry leading run-time using the latest in Lithium Ion battery technology.