Berkeley Varitronics Systems' WatchHound Cell Phone Security Monitor Wins New Jersey Technical Council 2011 Award
Berkeley Varitronics Systems has won another award for their WatchHound cell phone security detector and monitor.
On June 15th, the New Jersey echnical Council awarded the Mobile Application Forum Award to the WatchHound Cell Phone Security Monitor. Scott Schober and Carmine Caferra (President/CEO & Eastern U.S. & Canadian Regional Sales Manager respectively) were on hand to accept the award that recognizes technical innovation. In addition, Scott featured the WatchHound in his presentation on cell phone security to a panel New Jersey industry leaders.
"Since we have also sold many other wireless security tools to numerous correctional facilities throughout New Jersey, I am proud to now offer our newest cell phone detector, the WatchHound." Says Scott Schober, President & CEO of BVS.
The Watchhound Cell Phone Security Monitor continuously scans any cell phone prohibited area essentially creating wireless-free zones without the need for jamming. All incoming and outgoing cellular calls are detected and time stamped for analysis. The receiver can be configured to look like a common thermostat for more covert enforcement and features an OLED display, remote control and utilizes Power (PoE) over Ethernet.
All BVS cell phone detection products will be displayed in the American Correctional Association Summer Conference booth #1128 that will be held August 7-9 in Kissimmee, FL.
For more information visit www.bvsystems.com.