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DTC and MOHOC launch integrated video system

Posted 16 October 2017 · Add Comment

Domo Tactical Communications (DTC) and MOHOC, Inc., makers of military-optimised helmet cameras, have announced the launch of a new wireless camera solution.



By utilising the MOHOC and MOHOC IR (infrared) Cameras together with DTC’s SOL8 Software Defined Radio (SDR) to communicate via DTC’s market leading COFDM Point to Point and Tactical IP Mesh waveforms, users are able to remotely access real-time video in a tactical battlefield environment, facilitating real time decision making and risk assessment.

The awkward shape and operation of sport cameras render them insufficient for defense and law enforcement. In response, MOHOC developed purpose-built cameras and innovative accessories tailored to the tactical operator. The patented MOHOC features low profile form factor, extreme ruggedisation and simple user interface, making it ideal for both training and live operations.



DTC’s COFDM waveforms provide high-capacity connectivity in challenging environments and sit seamlessly alongside existing public or private infrastructure. They penetrate into non-line-of-sight (NLOS) environments and can deliver end-to-end encrypted video for both training and mission operations in military and law enforcement.

Also, with fully integrated, rate optimised low latency HD video encoding, DTC’s SOL8SDR can integrate seamlessly with MOHOC Cameras.

“DTC are continuously looking to innovate and provide our customers with greater capability for their wireless communication applications and missions. Combining DTC Mesh with MOHOC’s problem solving camera solution, we are positioned as the natural choice in the global military and law enforcement market,” said Nigel Lee, Regional Vice President Sales, Domo Tactical Communications.

“Since the launch of MOHOC Cameras, countless customers have requested to integrate our live stream with tactical communication networks. DTC’s IP Mesh and Point to Point solutions deliver that capability with plug-and-play ease, dramatically increasing the range of MOHOC’s real-time video transmission,” said John Prosser, Director of International Sales, MOHOC.

DTC was formed in 2016 when Marlin Equity Partners, a private equity firm based in California, acquired the Tactical Communications and Surveillance division from the British company Cobham Plc.




 

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