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Data Sources

Local Video



Personnel at trusted remote locations may view activity at the incident as captured by a vehicle or portable camera. The location of the video source will generally coincide with that of the vehicle. Portable cameras, however, may roam a substantial distance away from the vehicle and transmit a live video stream to a remote server from which the video can be re-broadcast to multiple viewing locations

Our Partners 

RAIDER data sources consist of a variety of hardware such as instruments, GPS transmitters, audio and video equipment.  We work closely with our partners to develop  intermediate software that connects to the data source and processes the incoming data streams  for display and storage.


The RAIDER computer can work stand-alone or be integrated into the vehicle's local network.  A cellular data modem provides connectivity for data sharing if none is provided by the vehicle.  This option works well in most metropolitan areas and can be augmented with a satellite data link in regions of poor coverage. 

RAIDER is an open ended platform that will continue to adapt to technological developments in the fields of wireless sensing devices, sensor networks and Internet protocols for data communications.