MOBILE recently completed a special project for our partners at GovDirect and the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office

MOBILE recently completed a special project for our partners at GovDirect and the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office – Installation of the Panasonic Arbitrator ICV System into prisoner transport vans.  Video triggers are lights, brakes, two doors with wifi antenna, and 3 cameras into two detainee compartments.  VPU up front and VC32 camera forward facing.

Client Clay Vedder states, “MIT did great work, no issues”.

MOBILE is working a project for the Atlanta VA campus transportation system

MOBILE has completed several phases of a project for the Atlanta VA campus transportation system.                     Scope of the project is the installation of a Say Security Two Camera DVR with RFID Reader solution. MOBILE worked directly with the VA on the services for this project. Several future phases of this project are in the planning stages.

MOBILE deploys Zone Defense Camera and Sensor System for Chicago Based Daniel’s Health

MOBILE is currently deploying a camera and sensor system for St. Petersburg based Zone Defense and their client, Daniels Health. Chicago based Daniels Health has the second largest service infrastructure for medical waste management in the United States. With over 20 treatment plants and transfer stations, a strong national truck fleet, and a diverse team of skilled drivers and service technicians, Daniels ensures the highest level of customer service, scheduling flexibility and quality to their clients in the healthcare vertical.

MOBILE completes EcoLab Nalco Division OBC refresh deployment

MOBILE recently completed the EcoLab Nalco Division OBC refresh deployment for our outstanding partners at CDW. The scope, high line numbers:

  • Scope of work: Removing existing OBC, utilized the existing floor bolted Ram mount, installing the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2 on a ProClip cradle
  • 4.5 Scheduled weeks from start to finish!  (finished early)
  • 6 Regions, 22 states, 43 Installation Sites
  • 644 Scheduled installs, completed 612 (95%)
  • 8 Techs utilized

Congrats to all parties on a very successful deployment. Special recognition to the 3 PMs, EcoLab-Kevin Scott, CDW-Robert Hunt, and MOBILE-Richard Poole. A great study in how a multi-site deployment should be managed!

MOBILE TEAM completes project for City of Orlando Florida

The MOBILE TEAM recently completed a project for our friends at City of Orlando Florida. We plugged in reseller PCN as they had other business in Orlando. Thanks Sean Rosenbum! The result? Another example of partnership and results exceeding expectations. Typical outstanding work by VP Deployment Services John Shrader and his team led by Nick Mackey. Attaboy Nick! 497 Gamber Johnson units installed, thanks Dan Gimotty and Mark Furrow! Dock swaps for Getac Laptops. Thanks Randy Gaines and TEAM GETAC! Project completed in 5 weeks. Fast and furious with no exceptions for quality workmanship! MOBILE will return in August to complete Orlando Fire. We’re not Mickey Mousin’ around! 

MOBILE is currently in deployment phase for CDWG/Georgia DOT

The MOBILE TEAM is currently in deployment phase for CDWG and their client, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). Scope of work is a Gamber Johnson docking station installation for a Panasonic CF33 refresh. The vehicles are the HERO Fleet. Highway Emergency Response Operators (HERO).  HEROs are dispatched to traffic-related incidents in metro Atlanta with the primary duty to clear roads so that normal traffic flow is restored. HEROs also assist stranded motorists with flat tires, dead batteries or in need of fuel or coolant.

MOBLE Completes installation for Wake County Fire Services

CDW Wake County Fire Services.  15 departments throughout the county.  170 Cradlepoint and Havis dock installations. Project completed in 3.5 weeks.

A real success at Wake! The unique dynamic of the client footprint is 16 standalone municipal agencies under the Wake County, NC IT umbrella. This provided understandable challenges as we essentially reestablished a unique relationship with each department’s operations, way of doing business (if you will). Hats off to John Shrader and his team.