Revolabs has announced that its Executive HD wireless microphone system is now integrated with Weston Digital Technologies’ Symphony Ambient Recording solution to provide wireless recording capabilities to the UK’s Humberside Police Force.
The wireless recording solution allows Humberside police to manage large-scale incidents from multiple control rooms. By pairing Weston Digital Technologies’ Symphony Ambient Recording solution with Revolabs’ wireless, wearable microphone system, Humberside Police officers are able to manage serious incidents.
Commercial director at Weston Digital Technologies Mike Partridge, explains: “In police command and control facilities such as the Humberside Police Force, mission-critical incident management discussions require the ability to operate within multi-room environments.”
“As a result, Weston needed to select a wireless microphone solution that could deliver a combination of exceptional audio quality, total versatility, and fail-safe security. The combination of Revolabs’ Executive HD and our Symphony Ambient Recording solution provides users with a flexible, safe, high-end feature set that is also incredibly easy to use. The ability to replay ambient audio synchronized with the call recordings and radio communications is invaluable for incident reconstruction.”
Supporting up to eight wireless microphones, multiple units can be linked together to support up to 32 microphones per area while integrating with all control systems via RS-232 or Ethernet. An intuitive, front-panel LCD display provides simple control and configuration on-location, while management software is available for the convenience of remotely monitoring and controlling the system via Ethernet connection.
Marc Cremer, COO at Revolabs, says: “Our Executive HD 4- and 8-channel wireless microphone system was engineered with these precise requirements in mind, allowing users such as the Humberside Police Force to perform their duties with the reassurance that audio capture remains clear, safe, and extremely flexible.”