The company says features like 4G and WiFi capabilities, two-way audio, geo-tagging, and alarm features make the body camera well-suited for retail, guarding companies, in-home service companies and other commercial entities.
CloUDE Powered by Genetec is said to offer the added versatility and option of storing video evidence and data in the Cloud versus onsite.
The Video-as-a-Service package includes a V300 body-worn camera, spare battery, mounting device and access to digital evidence management.
LAPD says it is about 2,645 cameras short of being able to assign a camera to every uniformed officer without having to track them down and share them.
Designed and engineered in-house, the new Axis solution is geared for use by law enforcement and private security personnel.
Eagle Eye Network’s mobile and body-worn camera system includes the ability to view mobile and fixed camera footage in one interface, securely share videos and more.
Nearly 3,000 body cameras have been suspended while the NYPD looks into the incident involving Vievu LE-5 model cameras.
As the demand for body cameras increases, so do the requirements for sophisticated digital evidence management ecosystems, says IHS Markit.
A security consultant says many popular police body cam brands are vulnerable to remote digital attacks that could allow a hacker to track their location or manipulate footage.
Genetec’s AutoVu solution automates license plate reading and identification to assist law enforcement and municipal and commercial organizations locate vehicles of interest and enforce parking restrictions.