Fun rides, extraordinary shows and exciting events – anyone who visits an amusement park is mainly looking for fun, relaxation and thrills. But most importantly: Visitors want to be able to enjoy the numerous attractions without having to worry about their safety and security. Our Mobile Camera Tower provides Amusement Park Security with a real solution- anywhere, anytime. The unit gives Park Security the ability to monitor any desired field of view remotely through our App. ParSecurity recognizes that for any amusement park in the world the top priority is to create a secure environment so that families can feel comfortable and enjoy their trips. We are happy to offer a real solution to our Amusement Park Security clients.
ParSecurity exhibits at the 2019 Military Police and Law Enforcement Expo. The Mobile Camera Tower on display had License Plate Recognition that is a highly desirable in the Law Enforcement and Military markets. Offering short range and long range LPR, these systems can read license plates ranging from 75 to 300 feet away! The unit was also equipped with two PTZ cameras on a mast that could be elevated up to 30ft in the air. For more information on the expo please visit: http://www.mpraexpo.com/
ParSecurity offers construction sites with affordable real time video monitoring, recording and surveillance. The Mobile Camera Tower’s on site can also be equipped with motion detection to prevent intrusion after hours. These units are offered for lease or purchase. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth at the 2019 Minnesota Construction Summit.
ParSecurity offers Mobile Camera Tower rental program at the MN Chiefs of Police Association’s ETI & Law Enforcement Expo 2018.
The Mobile Camera Tower integrated with Dallmeier technology was presented at the MN Chiefs of Police Association’s ETI & Law Enforcement Expo 2018. ParSecurity has the ability to integrate various technology to really serve clients with real solutions.
Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth. We are looking forward to helping various police departments with our rental program this summer!
ParSecurity has successfully helped multiple Police Departments in Minnesota with it’s rental program.
We realize the need for real security solutions but also the budgets many departments face. That is why we offer affordable daily, weekly and monthly rental on all our units.
The Mobile Camera Tower is a self sustained system that will allow departments to monitor any big event or site, easily.
All rentals include:
- System delivery to location of choice (pre-delivery upon request)
- Complete set-up of your Mobile Camera Tower by our technicians
- Access to the Mobile Camera Tower system through our App
- System positioning of choice to insure best camera view of desired area
- Easy training for system operation on devices of choice
- Support Services throughout rental period
- System pickup at the end of your rental period
Call us today for a quote at 763-571-4816 or you may book a rental online at www.MobileCameraTower.com
ParSecurity attends the Border Security Expo in San Antonio, Texas.
The Mobile Camera Tower by ParSecurity is a customizable solar platform for any surveillance need. Our engineers successfully designed and integrated smart thermal technology into the tower for optimal border protection. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth!
ParSecurity shares its deepest condolences to the family of beloved Officer Mathews and the Wayzata Police Department. It was our honor to offer our services during this day.
Model used: CT Tactical
ParSecurity attends the Midwest Security and Police Conference/Expo (MSPCE) in Tinley Park, Illinois.
MSPCE showcases the latest products and services for security and law enforcement professionals.
Model on display: CT Site Defender
ParSecurity successfully deploys Mobile Camera Tower system for Fine Line Music Cafe’s Wiz Khalifa concert in Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota.
ParSecurity successfully assists Shakopee Police Department with Mobile Camera Tower rental at the Vans Warped Tour Event in Shakopee, Minnesota.