Not having real time visual intelligence can mean the difference between success or failure in a mission. Tactical surveillance devices are often employed to gather this information in a covert fashion. These tools are used to increase situational awareness and provide details on conditions and environment to help insure that mission objectives are achieved, while minimizing the risk of collateral damage. Continue reading “New tool for hostage barricade scenarios & breaching support”
As a provider of visual assessment technology, Zistos looks at every application from a cost-benefit standpoint, comparing them in cases where remote visual inspection tools were used, and when they weren’t. The outcomes are completely different.
In the first case, an undiscovered foreign object and resulting contaminant found its way into a large storage vessel used in the manufacture of a food product.
Previously, a visual inspection was done by an inspector who could only peer into the fill opening of the vessel with a flashlight; he wasn’t allowed to enter the confined space for both safety and sanitary considerations. Continue reading “Finding cost-benefits in a confined space”
New from Zistos: StealthSCOPE™
Maintaining stealth and visual awareness during a tactical situation in pitch darkness is the difference between a positive outcome and a potential nightmare.
The new StealthSCOPE™ is a videoscope that combines a powerful internal 980 nanometer Infrared (IR) laser light source—completely invisible to humans—with digitally-enhanced, low-light video signal processing. Its 9mm diameter allows it to be inserted into small openings and tight areas.
One of the main features of the StealthSCOPE™ is that it can operate in a standalone mode without the need for any other components, making it rapidly deployable. This makes the scope ideally suited for applications where a team is inserted into an environment and needs instant tactical surveillance to better assess unknown conditions. The scope is also compact enough to be holstered or stored in a pouch attached to a belt or vest worn by the operator allowing the user to participate in other functions. Continue reading “This revolution in tactical surveillance is invisible.”
The largest trade show of its kind in the world will kick off on January 14th in Las Vegas, and Zistos will be there. Visit our booth to see the latest in tactical surveillance and inspection systems, including our powerful new tools:
StealthSCOPE: A revolutionary new, 9mm diameter videoscope with 4-way articulation, integral high resolution OLED video monocular, self-powered with IR illumination and low light image intensification electronics. See 20+ feet in NO light conditions. Peer into rooms, around corners, and through gratings.
ExplorerSCOPE: A revolutionary new, 9mm diameter videoscope with 4-way articulation, integral high resolution OLED video monocular, self-powered with visible illumination and low light image intensification electronics. See 40+ feet in NO light conditions. See into large voids through small openings – look for contraband, weapons, narcotics, etc.
Through The Wall Camera Kit: A complete tool kit and camera system that contains special quiet drills, cutting tools, wall bracket, pinhole low light camera, IR illuminator, and display that allows observation into an adjacent interior room through a sheetrock wall. Gather visual intelligence in hostage/barricade scenarios; increase safety in breaching operations.
See our full line of tactical products and systems – cameras, poles, scopes, throwable robots, and wireless options – at the Zistos booth (#11174) and enter our free drawing for a Spyderco knife.
UVBH was formed to work with the homeless veteran population of the Tri State area, providing temporary and permanent residence for US Military veterans and their families.
Veterans also come to Beacon House with physical disabilities, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD), Traumatic Brain Injury, mental health issues, alcohol or drug addiction plus job skill/readiness training. Continue reading “Zistos Supports the United Veterans Beacon House”