08-15-2017 03:10 PM CET - Politics, Law & Society

Mosy Solutions to equip 23 Bulgarian police vehicles with intelligent police car solution

Press release from: Mosy Solutions

Bratislava. Public safety technology provider Mosy Solutions has reached agreement to equip 23 vehicles of the Bulgarian state police with its intelligent technology solutions by Autumn 2017.

Mosy Solutions will equip the Kia Ceed police cars with automated number plate recognition (ANPR) and speed radar technology. ANPR will allow the Bulgarian polices to automatically check vehicles passed by the police cars against national and international databases, helping reduce car theft and other crimes.

The project tendered by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior is co-financed by a Swiss government programme.

Mosy is used in more than 2,300 vehicles across Europe, providing technology tailored to fit police departments’ requirements and allowing quick integration with existing technologies. Mosy Solutions address needs of police vehicles, officers and command centres. Modules available for vehicles include automatic number plate recognition, video recording, incident management, collaboration with command centre, ID checks, vehicle location monitoring, emergency navigation, fine management and knowledge handbook.

Mosy Solutions is part of Soitron Group, a leading European IT company based in Slovakia with operations across the United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland and Turkey.

In two short years, MOSY is now being used in more than 2,300 police vehicles across Europe in the fight against crime. We’re helping to make communities safer for everyone. MOSY empowers police forces, officers and vehicles with the intelligence they need to deal with the enforcement issues facing their communities. The technology can be tailored to fit any police department’s requirements and can be easily and quickly integrated with existing technologies.

Mosy Solutions
5 West Mills
Newbury Berkshire
United Kingdom
+44 1189 657990

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