American firm targets Nigeria’s device market
New York Mobile Satellite with its, headquarters in New York, United States of America, will introduce into the Nigerian market its state of the art mobile and security products.
The latest products, which are in different shapes and sizes include the the SeSty Torch Camera, the GSatMicro Iridium tracker and the Iridium Extreme satellite phone.
The Chief Financial Officer of New York Mobile Satellite, Leonard Sloane, expressed his excitement at offering their services in Africa and Nigeria in particular.
According to him, the products can help in Public safety, Disaster recover and also in tacking securiy challenges in virtually every sector of the eceonmy which includes the media, mining,oil and gas, maritime, utilities, transportation, among others.
Speaking with Journalists to usher in the products the Executive Director, TSE the company representing New York Mobile Satellite in West Africa sub region, Adetoro Badejo, said: “New York Mobile Satellite offers a wide range of information communication Technology products and services We are acknowledging the potential of Africa especially Nigeria which is unarguably the largest mobile markets in Africa by bringing in these devices and products to satisfy the yearnings of Nigerians.”
According to her, the SeSty Torch Camera is a self-contained rapid deployment camera that can be hand carried or pole mounted within minutes. With its 6MP high-resolution image capabilities (30 times more than traditional analogue systems), ability to send video data over encrypted mobile networks and integrated secure Wi-Fi, the torch camera is ideally suited to incident management.
According to her, the camera has features like, self-contained wireless digital IP camera in durable stainless steel housing with integral SD Card storage, router and battery,4G,3G, GPRS/WiFi data communications, 6 Megapixel CMOS image sensors, High Resolution (up to 6144 x 2048, 12.5 megapixel) and Robust, lightweight and portable.
New York Mobile Satellite offers managed/secure communications networks, satellite broadband, voice over Internet protocol, satellite phone plans, video conferencing and data communication, wireless and terrestrial communication, satellite phone service, video monitoring, and data transfer services in various scenarios, such as business continuity, emergency response, tactical field deployment, and temporary usage Satellite Emergency Operations Network, a satellite network communication solution for emergency responders;