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It’s Always Open Season on Heavy Equipment

There’s an ongoing joke up north that there are really only two seasons: winter and construction. Unfortunately, whenever or wherever construction season is in full swing, heavy equipment hunters are out in full force too. A quick look at…

Public Transit Operators Face Rising Violence

For the hundreds of dedicated public transit operators who keep city light rail lines and buses humming, their job is not easy on a good day. But on a bad day, it’s downright dangerous and demoralizing. Not only do…

Leading the Charge
Power on the Move

On an MPS camera trailer, the generator periodically recharges the battery banks that must provide an uninterrupted supply of electrical power to the entire system. For this reason, it’s critically important that a generator be dependable and suited for…

Rethinking Security Outside the Stadium

Thanks to the NFL, many more stadiums could soon be transformed into mass vaccination sites to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Empty arenas have much to offer public health organizations as they race to expand vaccination and testing: acres…

MPS Sentinel Tower Delivers 360° Defense

At every stage of construction, indoor building sites have daunting security challenges. Since it’s nearly impossible to block every entry point, if intruders find a way in, the chances of them being able to strip the premises and get…

MPS Power Sentries Boost D.C. Preparedness

On an ordinary day, protecting the citizens of a city like Washington D.C. is no small feat. The regular influx of elected officials, high-profile foreign dignitaries, tourists and activists means the Metropolitan Police Department must be prepared for…

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There’s an ongoing joke up north that there are really only two seasons: winter and construction. Unfortunately, whenever or wherever construction season is in full swing, heavy equipment hunters are out in full force too. A quick look at a recent list of stolen machinery is enlightening: most of these thefts occurred overnight and…(Read More)

For the hundreds of dedicated public transit operators who keep city light rail lines and buses humming, their job is not easy on a good day. But on a bad day, it’s downright dangerous and demoralizing. Not only do they have to monitor fare collection and general on-board safety, the past year has…(Read More)

On an MPS camera trailer, the generator periodically recharges the battery banks that must provide an uninterrupted supply of electrical power to the entire system. For this reason, it’s critically important that a generator be dependable and suited for long-term operation. MPS offers both gasoline and diesel fuel generators to fit different environments…(Read More)

It’s common to see solar panels on mobile surveillance trailers. At a minimum, capturing solar energy to recharge batteries will decrease gas or diesel consumption and extend the time between fueling. However, not all camera trailer solar panel systems are created equal. Unlike others, MPS solar panel kits are engineered to optimize the power…(Read More)

Whether it’s a camera trailer, mobile guard shack, tower, pedestal or mounted Power Sentry, the foundation of every MPS product is its power platform. And while supporting a camera system is the core purpose of mobile surveillance, there are many other components that have their own power and connectivity requirements as well. To insure…(Read More)

Thanks to the NFL, many more stadiums could soon be transformed into mass vaccination sites to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Empty arenas have much to offer public health organizations as they race to expand vaccination and testing: acres of space inside and out. Plus most are accessible via public transit and are fully…(Read More)

At every stage of construction, indoor building sites have daunting security challenges. Since it’s nearly impossible to block every entry point, if intruders find a way in, the chances of them being able to strip the premises and get away with it are very high. That is, unless you have a Sentinel surveillance tower…(Read More)

On an ordinary day, protecting the citizens of a city like Washington D.C. is no small feat. The regular influx of elected officials, high-profile foreign dignitaries, tourists and activists means the Metropolitan Police Department must be prepared for any event. And when incidents break out on federal properties and spill into D.C…(Read More)