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A computer-controlled mobile security patrol system having a central control unit and one or more mobile patrol carts that contain a variety of sensors is indicated above.
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Security Patrol Cart System
A computer-controlled mobile security patrol system having a central control
unit and one or more mobile patrol carts that contain a variety of sensors is
This mobile cart can follow either a paint stripe, a tape or a wire 5 on a floor.
While each patrol cart follows its individual programmed path to monitor the
assigned environment under computer control, it reports to a central control unit
for intruders, fire or other abnormal conditions received by the different sensors.
Communication between each cart and the central control unit is via RF links 1, 2.
Such a patrol system may contain a two-way voice system 3, 4 for
emergency response communication. More particularly, each patrol cart can
send video information of the monitored environment to the central control unit.
The received video signal can be recorded on a video time lapse recorder or the
like, and may be played and reviewed in a shortened period. In addition, the
video monitor may contain a motion detector such that any movement in the field
of view can be sensed.
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