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What does RVS stand for?

RVS stands for Remote Video Surveillance


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The MultiModem(R) rCell intelligent wireless router with HSDPA support is ideal for highly data intensive, mission-critical applications such as real-time remote video surveillance, downloading large files or shared Internet access over a high-speed wireless connection.
Longwatch, provider of SCADA enabled remote video surveillance for the energy infrastructure, has released version 3.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The unit is equipped with seven types of radio connections, broadband wireless, video, and a satellite link that supports video teleconferencing and real-time remote video surveillance, as well as IP phones.
Peterson Partners Makes a $2 Million Lead Investment in Innovative Remote Video Surveillance and Monitoring Company * Funds Will Be Utilized to Expand the Footprint of Eyewitness Surveillance within, beyond the Automobile Dealership Market SALT LAKE CITY -- Peterson Partners today announced its first investment from the firm's $50-million Fund VI: a $2 million lead investment in Eyewitness Surveillance, a provider of innovative remote video surveillance and monitoring services for automobile dealerships and other properties with valuable equipment or other assets.
of Fort Lee, New Jersey, has released two new remote video systems: the i-Witness Guard 8 remote video transmission system and the ICU-1000 remote video surveillance system.
With its high power output, low receive sensitivity, 15Mb/s thruput and state-of-the-art security, the EZ-Bridge[TM] is the perfect system for extending Internet access, linking multiple buildings, home-office-to-work-office connectivity, remote sensing and remote video surveillance, to name a few.