The innovative and uniquely capable NASv2 deployable CCTV system has once again proven itself to be highly capable and well thought of by the customers. Yet another repeat order from a Security Integrator based in Russia means this two year, multi-unit relationship continues at a pace.
The Original NAS (Network Accessible Surveillance) unit was shown in Russia back in 2012 and received much acclaim. This was very quickly followed with an order for six of the ruggedised Predator Infra-red versions with windscreen wiper for an installation on a nuclear facility. The NAS needed to not only be robust enough to meet the harsh conditions the Russian winter would throw at it, such as -40C, but also be capable enough to protect this prestigious project.
There is no more proof of worth than repeat business and late last year the same customer purchased a further nine units. These were of the newly released NASv2 variety which encompassed all the same plethora of features of the original NAS whilst being housed in a much smaller footprint shell. Rather than the original Kevlar reinforced composite material, the NASv2 utilised an incredibly strong rotary moulded Polyethylene which not only helped to reduce the price but also made the NASv2 production substantially quicker.
So, 6 months on and how has the NASv2 faired over in the icing wastes of Russia? The easiest war to answer is to tell you the customer has just ordered another batch, so its fair to suggest they have done what they were sold to do and hopefully exceeded the customer’s expectations.