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Made in USA and Here to Stay

If there’s anything the first half of 2020 has taught us, it’s that ‘Made in USA’ is more than a slogan—it’s a lifeline for American companies like ours. As the pandemic threatens the global supply chain…

Mastering the Mast
MPS 2020 Product Redesign Series

The mast is the centerpiece of camera trailer platforms and its strength and stability is essential for quality recording results. When a trailer is buffeting in wind, the camera images will not be clear and the system will consume more…

The generator is one of the most important components within the camera trailer system. With the 2020 product redesign, we are doing more to ensure we better monitor and manage the generator. We’ve added advanced generator status notifications and error codes to provide users with more specific information about the generator’s operation. We…(Read More)

If there’s anything the first half of 2020 has taught us, it’s that ‘Made in USA’ is more than a slogan—it’s a lifeline for American companies like ours. As the pandemic threatens the global supply chain and economy, we continue to produce our surveillance platforms here in Minnesota and source the…(Read More)

The mast is the centerpiece of camera trailer platforms and its strength and stability is essential for quality recording results. When a trailer is buffeting in wind, the camera images will not be clear and the system will consume more video storage data. Mobile Pro Systems’ proprietary stabilized electric mast system design uses rollers at…(Read More)

Law enforcement and emergency teams are tasked with creating contingency plans for all types of public crises. They know the hard work and planning is necessary, even if it’s done years in advance and hopefully never has to be implemented. For example, in 2010 the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) issued guides for helping…(Read More)

The Metro Nashville PD (MNPD) recently released video from an MPS Power Sentry which captured a terrifying scene as an EF3 tornado tore through the city there on March 3, 2020. After it lost its electrical power source due to the storm, the Power Sentry was operating on battery power and kept recording. The video…(Read More)