Nov. 9, 2007
UltraVision announces its MicroDetectorT, a portable, rechargeable and retrievable motion-sensing device and allows monitoring via an off-premise receiver. The unit eliminates the need for tactical operations officers to remain in "cleared" rooms. Should anyone or anything enter the cleared space, the device provides a signal to monitoring devices like PDAs, in-car PCs or pagers, notifying law enforcement personnel of the change. The unit has a 25', omni-directional range, enabling one unit to cover most standard-sized rooms. Resembling a hockey-puck, the MicroDetectorT Personal Motion Detector 1 (MicroDetectorT PMD-1) weighs just 8 ounces and is only 4.5" in diameter and 1.5" thick, enabling the deployment of multiple units in larger areas. The device uses microwave technology to perform instantaneous motion sensing operations in the field, with no prior setup or installation. The MicroDetectorT PMD-1 takes virtually no training, the user simply turns the device on. An On-Off in the middle of the motion sensor allows for one-handed operation, a huge benefit to law enforcement personnel. Once deployed, each MicroDetectorT, via its wireless transmitter, returns a "Motion detected? Yes/No" indication back to a PDA or laptop computer. Operations center officers can then alert in-field personnel that the situation in a cleared area has changed.

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