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Setting the Stage for Disaster Recovery Missions

Storm and wildfire seasons are getting longer and more devastating each year. Each event can leave thousands of people without water and electricity or displaced from severely damaged homes. Dealing with the widespread disruption of essential services requires extraordinary coordination…

Light Pole Wire Theft Leaves Cities in the Dark

Of all things, the street lights that allow us to safely walk, pedal or drive at night are being targeted for the wires they contain. Frustrated officials are reporting that thieves will do almost anything to cut into the poles…

Keep the Water Flowing
The Agribusiness Challenge

Water is a precious commodity in many parts of the country; and where irrigation is vital for growing crops, keeping the water flowing is essential to agribusiness owners. For many years, the copper used in irrigation systems has been a…

Mobile Pro Systems Returns to ISC West 2022

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the MPS team was thrilled to once again to exhibit our products at the 2022 International Security Conference & Exposition (ISC West) from March 23-25 this year. The show floor was…

MPS Conducts On-Site Training for Utility

Jeron Stiffler, Sr. Solutions Consultant, recently conducted on-site training at a large utility for their new MPS CheckPoint mobile guard shacks and Commander 3400 surveillance trailers. The surveillance equipment was acquired to enhance security at laydown yards where critical…

A Mobile Guard Shack with Vision
MPS Edge of Difference

Until the MPS CheckPoint, guard shack styles were limited to small booths or huts that were cumbersome and expensive to move. They also lacked the amenities needed to house an efficient workspace for guards who are responsible for controlling incoming…

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Storm and wildfire seasons are getting longer and more devastating each year. Each event can leave thousands of people without water and electricity or displaced from severely damaged homes. Dealing with the widespread disruption of essential services requires extraordinary coordination among local, state and federal agencies. One of the most successful ways to get people…(Read More)

Cities, counties and states are applying for funds provided by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) and using them to restore lost revenue and contend with the lasting fallout from the pandemic. One of the most serious impacts has been the loss of law enforcement, firefighters and emergency personnel due to illness or…(Read More)

Of all things, the street lights that allow us to safely walk, pedal or drive at night are being targeted for the wires they contain. Frustrated officials are reporting that thieves will do almost anything to cut into the poles and snag the copper and other material inside. Some vandals have even resorted to using…(Read More)

Water is a precious commodity in many parts of the country; and where irrigation is vital for growing crops, keeping the water flowing is essential to agribusiness owners. For many years, the copper used in irrigation systems has been a target for theft. Unfortunately, severe drought conditions in the Southwest have created another threat for…(Read More)

MPS camera trailers are the perfect example of having “a place for everything and everything in its place.” When you open the side panel, you won’t find tangled cables, buried devices or electronics tucked out of reach. Instead, every component is easy to find and fully accessible. For example, the on-board laptop rolls…(Read More)

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the MPS team was thrilled to once again to exhibit our products at the 2022 International Security Conference & Exposition (ISC West) from March 23-25 this year. The show floor was pure energy as we caught up with old friends and welcomed newcomers to our booth…(Read More)

Jeron Stiffler, Sr. Solutions Consultant, recently conducted on-site training at a large utility for their new MPS CheckPoint mobile guard shacks and Commander 3400 surveillance trailers. The surveillance equipment was acquired to enhance security at laydown yards where critical materials and equipment are stationed during large power restoration projects. The day started in the…(Read More)

Until the MPS CheckPoint, guard shack styles were limited to small booths or huts that were cumbersome and expensive to move. They also lacked the amenities needed to house an efficient workspace for guards who are responsible for controlling incoming and outgoing traffic throughout the day and possibly at night as well. So when a…(Read More)