Reality Mobile in the News
Reality Mobile in the News

Reality Mobile in the News

Friday, 07/09/2010

Products in Action - Spill Response Simulation

Reality Mobile recently completed a successful marine spill response simulation with a major oilfield services company using the company's RealityVision software platform. The system is designed to give operators a better way to respond to unplanned events ranging from equipment breakdowns and

Thursday, 05/27/2010

Making offshore communication a reality

Pipeline Magazine interview with Mike Odell, Reality Mobile

Reality Mobile is introducing its RealityVision collaboration tool to the energy market. Pipeline discusses state-of-the-art communications technology with Reality Mobile’s Mike Odell, Vice President of Global Energy Markets.

Saturday, 04/03/2010

LA gets smarter

Managing the 46 miles of waterfront and more than 350 fixed cameras on site at the Port of Los Angeles can be arduous.

However, the new RealityVision platform installed at the port now allows feeding of video and critical data from the officers on the frontlines to a central command

Tuesday, 03/23/2010

New LG Enterprise Partner Program to Deliver Enhanced Smartphone Applications, Business Solutions

LAS VEGAS, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc.

Monday, 03/15/2010

Reality Mobile's Spy Phone Tech

Christopher Helman

Thursday, 03/04/2010

LA Port uses real-time wireless video-surveillance technology

Tracy Ford

The Port of Los Angeles is using Reality Mobile's real-time mobile video technology to enable its police department to monitor more than 350 fixed cameras on site. The contract win for the 30-plus person Reality Mobile is indicative of its plans to change how large enterprises

Friday, 02/26/2010

Police at LA port to carry cell phone cameras to increase surveillance at massive complex

Police patrolling the Port of Los Angeles have a new tool to help improve surveillance at one of the nation’s busiest ports. A mobile technology company announced Thursday it will provide officers with software that will enable them to capture live video using their cell phone cameras. Julia

Monday, 01/25/2010

Port of Los Angeles Fights Crime With Mobile Video

Stephanie Overby

The Project: Deploy mobile communications software to enable transmission of live video to and from the Port of Los Angeles' control centers and harbor police in the field. The project is part of a $4.2 million integrated command console system designed to improve security

Monday, 11/16/2009

Videoconferencing: Cisco, Logitech Target the Mainstream

Peter Burrows

Videoconferencing may finally be headed for the mainstream. The technology that lets people around the globe hold face-to-face meetings electronically has been around for decades. Yet many videoconferencing products have for too long been glitchy, overpriced, and hard to

Monday, 11/02/2009

PLDM technology review

RealityVision platform

Reality Mobile offers pipeline operators the latest advance in instant video and data sharing software. Its RealityVision platform allows users to transmit data from virtually any networked device and immediately share it with system users around the globe. The