Please find below Pertinent Marketing Facts pertaining to the RDSS.
The RDSS can join a successful product field.
The city of Olean, NY was the first location to test public cameras in law enforcement. The test was incredibly successful. In fact, no crime was committed near those eight cameras for the entire 18 months they were used.
In the 50 years since then, the market for security cameras has boomed. Law enforcement agencies in the U.S. operate over 50 million of these cameras.
They’re even expanding to private consumers and at a far faster rate. 50 million security cameras were sold to U.S. households in 2018 alone and sales are expected to eclipse 120 million units by 2022.
By offering improvements in effectiveness, convenience, cost efficiency and more, the new RDSS can join this successful product market. This is a licensing opportunity!
The RDSS offers improvements to the convenience of this product field.
Typical security cameras are permanently mounted on utility poles in areas of regular need. However, they’re not always where they’re needed. Current events in the United States confirm this claim.
Take the demonstrations triggered by the COVID-19 virus, for example, or the ones based on arguments of ethnic discrimination. These demonstrations have led to looting, rioting and other threats.
These events aren’t all happening in the areas of the currently-placed cameras. As a result, those cameras aren’t providing law enforcement with much help.
The RDSS is the solution because of how quick and easy it is to mount to a utility pole. A single person, not an entire crew, can quickly set it up and take it down.
This innovative concept can be applied wherever and whenever needed, and it can all be done very discreetly, too.
The RDSS can expand this product field to many new consumers.
Yes, public security cameras are widely used in the U.S. However, of the 18,000 different police departments in the country, most of them are small.
They don’t have the staff or the funding to operate the number of permanently placed security cameras they may need.
The RDSS can benefit these law enforcement agencies. Instead of a small town buying 12 cameras for permanent placement, a couple units of the RDSS can be used when and where needed.
It doesn’t require surveillance vans, towers or mobile command centers. The RDSS can be controlled by a laptop or even a smartphone. This further reduces the funding required and by substantial amounts.
With the RDSS, and its convenience and affordability, many police departments can reap the benefits of this proven security enhancement. Contact me now!
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