Mobile-Vision History

NJ State Trooper Philip Lamonaco was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Knowlton Township, NJ. This tragic incident provided the inspiration for Lou Blanco and Leo Lorenzetti to investigate ways that newly emerging video technology could be used to protect police officers while on duty.
After years of testing and perfecting the solution, Mobile-Vision was finally ready to go to market in 1987 and debuted at the Police & Security Expo in Atlantic City, NJ.
The first Flashback DIGITAL in-car video system was launched. With this change, the already rugged Mobile-Vision systems became even more so, with the elimination of all moving parts. VoiceLink Plus, a wireless microphone was also invented. This microphone was the first of its kind, specifically designed for use in the law enforcement industry.
Mobile-Vision continued to build on its strength in the industry and expanded our solutions to include the V-One Mobile Data Computer, AlertVU License Plate Recognition, PatrolScout LIVE Streaming software and BodyVISION Body-worn Cameras.
Mobile-Vision joins the Safe Fleet family of brands.