London Studios

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    London Studios – Police Grappler

    ESX Scripts $36.65
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    Police Grappler is a standalone police bumper with a built-in grappler, used to de-escalate high speed pursuits, bringing the target vehicle to a safe and effective stop by disabling their rear tyre and latching onto it.

    View a video here of our grappler in action.

    We’ve seen this be used by law enforcement in the US and wanted to replicate it in game. This will bring your police pursuits to a next level, enhancing role-play for your officers giving them the best experience!

    Compatible with any server: Police Grappler works on any server including OneSync Infinity, OneSync and non-OneSync. The resource is standalone but also supports QB-Core, vRP and ESX straight out of the box.

     

    Full Features:

    Easily Deploy РAfter setting up the grappler, you can deploy it from inside the vehicle at the click of a button.

    Effective Stop РThe tool aims to disable the rear wheel of the target vehicle, latching onto it and bringing it to a safe and effective stop.

    Reloading¬†– Reloading is quick but each grappler is one time use, so you’ll need to install a new one on the vehicle first, increasing realism!

    Custom Props¬†– We’ve had these props custom made for the resource, with realism in mind.

    Highly Configurable –¬†This resource is highly configurable and many aspects of the resource can be modified for your server.

    Permissions¬†– We’ve added support for QB-Core, ESX and vRP straight out of the box, along with standalone ace permissions as always!

    Translations РYou can easily translate the resource into another language for your community.

    Discord Logging РEasily setup your webhook in the config file to allow Discord logging of everything related to the grappler.

  • -41% EOD

    Bomb Disposal Robot EOD for FiveM

    ESX Scripts $18.96 Add to cart

    This resource is an exciting addition to any roleplay server, allowing players to setup and use a remote controlled bomb disposal robot (EOD). The robot is fully controllable and includes a range of realistic features such as the ability to carry out a controlled explosion, ability to shoot a jet of water from the robot and the ability to enable the livestream camera. This means you’ll be able to watch the live camera on the robot whilst stood far away from the threat. Night vision will assist you in darkness.

    Usage

    /eod РActivates or deactivates the hose
    Arrow keys РControls the remote control movement of the robot
    Enter РToggles the live stream camera
    Home РToggles the night vision mode (whilst on the camera)
    Page Up РBegin a controlled explosion
    Page Up РCancel a controlled explosion (within 5 seconds)
    Insert РHold this down to spray a jet of water

    Simply run the command to remove the EOD.

    Features

    • Create and remote a remote controlled EOD robot –¬†Simply do /eod to setup a new robot in front of you. An on-screen display will assist with informing the player of the key binds to operate it. The movement of the robot is controlled with the arrow keys, it is able to travel far distances away from the player.
    • Enable a live streamed video from the robot –¬†No matter how far away you are, you can easily enable the live streamed camera, completely transforming the roleplay experience. You‚Äôll be able to watch the robot as it moves round corners and enters buildings in order to make the scene safe.
    • Enable night vision mode¬†– In some roleplay situations, you‚Äôll be dealing with potentially unsafe environments at night. Enabling the night vision mode allows you to lighten up the area and see clearly through the live streamed camera.
    • Shoot a jet of water –¬†This exciting feature allows you to begin shooting a jet of high pressured water from the robot. This is fully synced with all players and is used in roleplay situations to disarm a bomb (the wires) or prevent a controlled explosion from creating a fire in the area.
    • Controlled explosion¬†– In some cases, the only option is to carry out a controlled explosion. This is activated at the press of a button and will start a countdown. Players are able to cancel this if they wish before the final detonation. This features audio and an effect if the player is nearby the explosion. A small fire may start, the jet of water can mitigate that.

    Framework Integration – vRP / ESX / Others

    • Permission checks¬†– You can integrate this into your framework by editing the¬†server.lua¬†file. You can use exports to use database permission checking or even integrate this into vRP or ESX.

    Installation

    1. Purchase the resource
    2. Create a new resource folder in your server directory.
    3. Check your email for the downloaded resource, please check your spam folder.
    4. Place the contents of the downloaded .zip inside the resource folder.
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    FiveM Drone Script

    ESX Scripts $27.80 Add to cart

    This is a drone script for FiveM servers.

    Perfect for FiveM police overwatch situations. Or simply spy your players.

    Usage

    /drone РThis will setup a drone on the floor in front of you, run this command again to delete it.
    Forward Arrow РMove the drone forward
    Backward Arrow РMove the drown backward
    Left Arrow РTilt the drone left
    Right Arrow РTilt the drone right
    Enter РToggle live camera stream
    Home РToggle night vision
    Delete РToggle thermal imaging
    Page Up РMove the drone up, increasing the altitude
    Page Down РMove the drone down, decreasing the altitude
    Insert РAutomatically land the drone

    Features

    • Remote Control –¬†Unlike other drones seen in the past, you are not required to physically drive this yourself and get inside. This is fully remote controlled using the keys above. You can be stood on the edge of an incident and fly the drone in, getting a full view of the situation by enabling the live camera.
    • Night vision / Thermal imaging –¬†Many emergency situations require the use of night vision or thermal imaging, such as searching for a wanted or missing person. Alternatively, fire and rescue teams may use this to analyse a situation, looking at how the fire is spreading and if anyone else is inside. Your imagination is the limit.

    Framework Integration – vRP / ESX / Others

    • Permission checks¬†– You can easily edit the sv_drone.lua file to add permissions.

    Installation

    1. Purchase the resource!
    2. Create a new resource folder in your server directory.
    3. Check your email for the downloaded resource, please check your spam folder.
    4. Place the contents of the downloaded .zip inside the resource folder.
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    FiveM Speedcam/Radar Script

    ESX Scripts $18.96 Add to cart

    This premium resource is a great addition to any roleplay server, providing a realistic average speed camera experience along with Discord logs and the ability to integrate into frameworks such as vRP and ESX. The highly configurable resource allows you to easily add more cameras. With a few edits, you can make this fine users on a public server or even link it in to your database.

    Average speed cameras are unique in the sense that they use two cameras, measuring the time taken to travel between the first and second one. Using this time, the speed is calculated and if this exceeds the limit for that road, the driver is detected as speeding.

    We’ve pre-installed over 40 sets of cameras (80 individual) in the configuration file, making this easy to install and use. This is increasingly used around the world, especially in the UK as a more effective way to prevent speeding. There is a custom model included, created by Adam Fenton. We’d like to thank him for working with us.

    Full Features:

    • Discord Integration¬†– You can setup an inflatable jack or use someone else’s after they have set it up
    • Detection Leeway¬†– Easily allow a leeway for speeding, such as 10% + 2 MPH
    • Highly configurable¬†– This is our most configurable resource yet, with full language support in our config and the ability to easily integrate it with vRP/ESX.
    • Add additional cameras¬†– In the config file, you can easily add more average speed camera locations by defining the coordinates and the limit, when the script starts, they are all generated.
    • Highly configurable¬†– This is our most configurable resource yet, with full language support in our config and the ability to easily integrate it with vRP/ESX.
    • Add additional cameras¬†– In the config file, you can easily add more average speed camera locations by defining the coordinates and the limit, when the script starts, they are all generated.

    Framework Integration:

    • Permission checks ¬†–¬†You can easily open the config_averagespeed.lua and configure the script to your liking. The first section is called¬†main, allowing you to set the Discord webhook, speeding leeway and other settings.
    • Secondly, the¬†translations¬†section allows you to configure this for another language, such as French.

    Configuration:

    In the¬†config¬†section of config_averagespeed.lua, you can add more cameras. We’ve already included 40 sets of cameras.

    Simply add an entry to the table.

    This requires you to set the coordinates and heading of both cameras and also the speed limit. You can create unlimited average speed cameras.

    Installation:

    1.  Purchase the resource through our Tebex store here.

    2.  Create a new resource folder in your server directory.

    3.  Check your email for the downloaded resource, please check your spam folder.

    4.  Place the contents of the downloaded .zip inside the resource folder.

    5. Configure the resource to your liking

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