Digital Video Recorders—Getting Right Recorder for the Job

Developments in technology have been successfully used to make their jobs a little easier, and to help keep us a great deal safer. That being said, you may be unaware that not all equipment/devices are created equal.

Digital Video Recorder – Doing Good Work

The unbelievable advances that have taken place in the technological world over the past few decades are certainly pretty amazing. Most of us have already forgotten how we coped without the many technologically based gadgets we have come to take for granted, such as microwave ovens, personal computers and cell phones. And while these advances have enriched our personal lives for the better in many ways, it is not only our domestic lives that have improved as a result of these technological developments. In many different ways, technology has been used to make a variety of professional situations more efficient and effective. Not least of the many examples of this phenomenon is the use of digital video recorders by police departments and other security personnel.

There’s probably not a one among us that would deny that our police officers have a difficult job to do. With rising crime rates, it seems that they need eyes at the back of their heads in order to protect the communities they have sworn to serve. But thankfully, developments in technology have been successfully used to make their jobs a little easier, and to help keep us a great deal safer.

Digital video recorders are increasingly used in the stead of the their analog counterparts to monitor the goings on at all kinds of locations. From stores to police interview rooms, these devices are a more cost effective and efficient way to record the happenings in a variety of locations. With clearer, more detailed pictures, and the ability to record audio, digital video recorders are helping law enforcers more reliably identify and track down criminals.

That being said, not all recorders are created equal. Around the country county offices are always looking at ways to fight crime, keep communities safe and improve methods of capturing witness testimony–but many forces are still relying on one type of video recorder–the surveillance recorder–to capture audio and video for interviews. iRecord, a leader in voice interrogation systems, was designed by investigators to meet the specific needs of interviews.

iRecord‘s features:

    • Achieve 100% compliance with new State and Federal mandates
    • ONE TOUCH Recording that is actually EASIER to operate than a standard VHS recorder
    • Produce superior quality digital video and audio recordings.
    • Enjoy the inherent time-saving features, unlike a Digital Video Recorder
    • Easily duplicate selected portions of interviews to CD or DVD
    • Eliminate the use of “bulky” Analog audio cassette and Video VHS tapes by transitioning digital recordings that utilize CD/DVD technology
    • Search and retrieve all annotations and audio/video associated with a particular interview at the click of a mouse
    • Gain immediate access to relevant interrogation recordings
    • Make personal case-relevant notes about the case while reviewing audio/video
    • Save valuable review time with superior quality recordings
    • Save time while creating presentations for courtrooms

To learn more about iRecord or to request a product demo, contact us today!





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