Scimitar C5i provides users with live, real time video and audio feeds with a range of camera options. One of these is the MOHOC® which is a tactically designed camera that revolutionises form-factor, durability and user interface.
The ability to see whether personnel are working at optimal levels and within safe parameters is vital. Scimitar C5i uses a compact physiological monitoring module, the Zephyr™ device is ideal to measure physiological and biomechanical function.
The understanding of the exact location of personnel, assets or vehicles can be a critical factor when managing incidents. The mapping sector provides users the visual geolocation of all assets on the ground.
Scimitar radios provide a versatile, dynamic and tactical bearer for audio/video, physiological and sensor telemetry data. In standard, covert, and infrastructure configurations provides up to 100 Mbps out to 1.5 Km and beyond.
The ability to provide real time data from the tactical level to the strategic can be a powerful tool allowing safer deployment of personnel. The Scimitar software acts like a server allowing users to remote in via a browser to see the screen from anywhere in the word.
CBRN & Other Specialised Sensors (Optional Accessories)
Scimitar C5i is able to connect to, and provide real time data, from a range of sensors including CBRN and oxygen sensors. In fact, if there is a wired or wireless connection available almost any sensor can be integrated.
To simplify the command screen in the software without users having to monitor the data on multiple windows the key physiological metrics have been overlaid onto the users video feeds.
The physiological data can still be viewed in a separate window in its entirety if required.
Scimitar C5i is a highly flexible ans scalable system allowing the live streaming and capture of data from a single individual to many hundreds. The system can be easily deployed in range of roles and con figured or reconfigured to suit specific tasks/requirements allowing it to display the relevant data.
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