RT Stream International honored for its body-worn camera and mobile emergency response system at the Taiwan Tech Arena pavilion

TAIPEI, July 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RT Stream International (“RT Stream” or “the Company”), a leading TaiwanThe New York-based company, dedicated to developing security video technologies for frontline professionals, was named a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Wearable Technologies product category for its outstanding design and innovative engineering. RT Stream’s award-winning F01 series body-worn camera and Mobile Emergency Response System (MERS) will be showcased at CES 2022.

Technology to deliver peace of mind

Available in 4G and 5G models, the RTS F series® body-worn camera is designed and built to withstand some of the toughest working environments, giving frontline workers peace of mind when performing operations. military, firefighting, police investigations, field inspection, and more. Developed with safety and versatility in mind, the all-in-one device offers maximum functionality in a compact structure that helps the user save lives, make accurate and faster decisions in emergency situations high-risk that require rapid deployment and remote collaboration.

Working in tandem with RT Stream’s exclusive MERS platform, iCommander Cloud Server, to provide operators with valuable real-time information, the RTS F® Series comes with a host of features that include video streaming, multiple communication to many, GPS, Wi-Fi connectivity, location-based tracking, and multiple alarms take body cam technology to the next level. Powered by artificial intelligence, the camera is equipped with algorithms that support car plate and facial recognition.

“Designed and manufactured in Taiwan, RTS F series® 4G/5G body worn camera is an all-in-one device that combines digital camera, walkie-talkie, locator, security alert and 5G router to provide 4 -in-1 in real time. With its M01 portable mesh base station, it ensures excellent mobile connectivity in any location, even in areas with poor 4G or 5G network coverage,” said Eric ChangCEO of RT Stream International.

Chang added that the brand’s MERS iCommander cloud server is another breakthrough technology for tracking moving objects, capable of handling real-time video, sound monitoring, many-to-many conversations, positioning information, task management, video/audio recording and playback.

According to RT Stream, this industry-leading mobile solution can be deployed in a wide variety of operations involving military personnel, police, firefighters, security guards, as well as all kinds of unmanned locations requiring 24/7 surveillance, like factories. , highways, railways, telecommunications stations and power stations. This has been verified by Taiwanese forces, including fire department offices.

“The RTS F series® 4G/5G body-worn camera is a cutting-edge tool that not only gives us exceptional video and audio recording that makes operations more efficient, but also provides our frontline workers with layers of security Since the system went online two weeks ago, we have also already saved many lives in our rescue operations,” said the head of the rescue section of the Hualien County Fire Bureau.

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About RT Stream International

Founded in 2015, RT Stream International is led by a team of 20 electronic engineers and designers with years of experience developing security video technologies.

With its commitment to the development of portable 4G/5G mobile AV equipment (4G body-worn camera), thermal camera series, cloud platform for audio, video, alarm and AI algorithm of intelligent image analysis for total solutions, RT Stream International take the lead in this industry by launching the total solution integrated in mobile audio video and alarm system which can be deployed in operations military, police, firefighting, security, as well as in high-tech industries, traditional industries and power rooms.

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