Panasonic high-definition tactical video teleconferencing system boasts plasma display, Polycom HD videoconferencing, JELCO custom mobile lift case for rapid deployment, mil-aero applications
SECAUCUS, N.J., 8 Oct. 2011. Panasonic Solutions Company, provider of collaboration, information-sharing, and decision-support solutions, has unveiled the Panasonic Tactical Video Teleconferencing (VTC) system. The Panasonic Tactical VTC combines a Panasonic PF30 Series FULL-HD plasma display with Polycom’s HD videoconferencing and JELCO’s custom mobile lift case to provide a mobile product with advantages over rolling cart or wall-mounted VTC installations. The Panasonic VTC solution enables rapid deployment, streamlining of mission-critical information, and tactical videoconference, making it well suited for the Department of Defense and other government agencies.
“Whether our customers will deploy this product for the purpose of mission planning, training simulations, or educational classes, the Panasonic Tactical VTC solution provides a highly mobile, reliable communication system that keeps all parties informed and up to date,” says Tim Collins, federal sales director, Panasonic Solutions Company.
The Panasonic Tactical VTC, for rapid-setup applications, provides a direct line of contact from remote locations via high-quality video and audio communications. The JELCO stabilizer plate protects against tipping over in outdoor environments, and field locking casters ensure the VTC solution stays securely in place. The Panasonic display also fits into the JELCO shock-mounted mobile lift case for maximum protection in transit, providing safe shipping to any environment. The camera also has quick release and protective interior storage in the case lid, while the mounted speakers eliminate the need for additional equipment, wires, or setup.