Panasonic Computer Solutions Company announces its latest generation Toughbook Arbitrator system, a solid-state digital video recording system engineered for demanding environments. Several new features were added to cut down on the time officers spend interacting with the Toughbook Arbitrator. These include the automatic entering of officer information via a USB thumb drive as well as user-defined triggers to control recording. The system also can record in either QVGA (320x240) or D1 (720x480) modes. Users can choose between 30/10/1 frames per second recording. Maximum recording time ranges from eight to 128 hours in QVGA mode and four to 48 hours in D1 mode, depending on the frame rate and storage option. Video can be transferred by manually removing storage media, exporting to DVD or sending wirelessly. The Toughbook Arbitrator is part of a complete DVR solution that includes the AG-CPD15 mobile recorder/player, AG-RCP30 3.5-inch LCD control panel and Arbitrator digital wireless microphone. Panasonic's automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) is available through the Toughbook Arbitrator as well.