Kopis NTtv – Technologically Advancing in Training and Situational Awareness

Tech Report

Kopis Mobile designs and manufactures apps and app-enabled electronics for soldiers, police and first responders that help them become more efficient, aware, and safe.

Introducing their latest product, NTtv greatly enhances training performance and situational awareness.

What does NTtv do?

NTtv is a first-person video sharing system that offers real-time viewing of events and up to 30 hours of recorded video.

It has been body worn, vehicle mounted, and worn by K9s. It has also been used in buildings and tunnels, connected to bomb tech robots, hung in trees and operated in every climate from 15 to 120 degrees.

NTtv is simple to use with training and takes less than 5 minutes. You’ll connect your camera directly to the encoder and switch it on.

The next step consists of opening up the NTtv app on your smart device. Once you’ve completed this, you’re good to go!

NTtv works with tablets and smartphones so you can easily refer to any camera in the app at a moment’s notice.

With Kopis Mobile you can expect the following:

  • Efficient – streamline or eliminate time-consuming paperwork
  • Safe – enhance sensors and transmit instant data
  • Aware – increase situational awareness with real-time video transmission

With the DVR feature, applications are endless in training, from tactical operations to security missions.

To purchase NTtv, go to Kopismobile.com today.

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