INKAS Armored, a renowned global leader in armored vehicle manufacturing, has marked a significant milestone in the transportation industry with the unveiling of its pioneering electric Prisoner Transport. Utilizing the trusted Mercedes-Benz eSprinter as the base vehicle, this innovative creation sets a new standard for security, sustainability, and reliability.
Unmatched Security Features for Enhanced Containment
Instead of luxury, the INKAS Prisoner E-Transport prioritizes the safety and containment of prisoners with its high-security locking system. Once the doors are sealed shut, there is no possibility of escape or tampering, ensuring an impenetrable barrier according to the company’s press release.
To fortify surveillance and communication capabilities, the vehicle is equipped with state-of-the-art GPS tracking, 360-degree cameras with real-time monitoring, and a sophisticated DVR system running off a secondary power source. Likewise, the inclusion of an intercom system facilitates efficient communication between the crew and prisoner compartments, streamlining operations during transportation.
Safety and Comfort for Both Officers and Prisoners
Beyond its primary focus on security, the INKAS Prisoner E-Transport places significant importance on delivering a humane and secure transportation experience. While it may lack the lavish amenities seen in VIP-focused armored Sprinter van builds, the interior of the prisoner transport version is thoughtfully designed to prioritize safety and comfort. The vehicle features injury-proof lighting and a dedicated climate control system, ensuring the well-being of both officers and prisoners throughout their journey.
Prisoners are seated facing forward, ensuring optimal security, and are secured with a 3-point seatbelt and ECE-compliant seats. All these provide comfort and safety during transit.
Meanwhile, the spacious interior can accommodate individuals of varying sizes. Easy accessibility options are also available, such as stow-away ramps and secure fix points for prisoners in wheelchairs, maintaining stringent hygiene standards throughout the transportation process.
Advancing Green Energy and Sustainability
With a firm commitment to innovation and environmental responsibility in line with its ESG commitments, INKAS has taken a leap forward in advancing green energy within the transportation sector. By opting for an electrified platform based on the Mercedes eSprinter, the INKAS Prisoner E-Transport significantly reduces emissions, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable future.
Armored to Perfection: B6 Level Protection
For clients seeking an unparalleled level of protection, the INKAS Prisoner E-Transport can be armored up to a B6 Level. The armored protection is engineered to withstand a broad spectrum of formidable threats, encompassing rounds from 7.62?51 (.308) to 30.06 AP (Armor Piercing) and Penetrator ammunition.
This additional security measure ensures utmost safety and peace of mind during the transportation of high-profile prisoners or in potentially dangerous situations involving high-risk prisoners.
Global Availability and Export
The groundbreaking INKAS Prisoner E-Transport is now available for order and can be exported to clients globally. This means that governments, law enforcement agencies, and security firms worldwide have access to this cutting-edge solution for secure prisoner transportation.
The pricing of the eSprinter Prisoner Transport by INKAS varies depending on the requirements of clients. Details of the vehicle can be had by contacting INKAS directly through its official webpage.
Overall, INKAS Armored’s debut of its first Electric Prisoner E-Transport based on the Mercedes-Benz eSprinter represents a giant leap forward in the industry. Combining security, sustainability, and reliability, this innovative vehicle offers unmatched safety features, enhances the well-being of officers and prisoners alike, and contributes to a greener future.
With global availability and export options, INKAS continues to lead the way in revolutionizing secure transportation.