June 13, 2019

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IFSEC 2019 product launch

Edesix to launch new VideoBadge VB-400 AT IFSEC 2019

Edesix, market-leading providers of Body Worn Cameras (BWC), will be launching its latest VideoBadge, the VB-400, at IFSEC 2019.

The VB-400 will be predominantly aimed at the policing and security sectors, where officers on the front line utilise BWCs to help prevent both criminal and anti-social behaviour when out on patrol. Additionally, the captured footage not only provides greater transparency of interactions with the public, but also significantly increases early guilty pleas when used in a prosecution.

This latest Body Worn Camera from Edesix has been designed to be a simple, unobtrusive addition to any uniform.

The VB-400 has a market-leading IP67 ingress protection rating, and delivers full 1080p HD recording capabilities to capture evidence-quality footage, Bluetooth sensor monitoring, and built-in GPS functionality which will greatly simplify camera asset management across large estates. Other features include a full-shift battery life, Wi-Fi streaming, 120 degree horizontal field of view and haptic and audio feedback alerts to show when recording has been activated.

“Our next generation VB-400 has been built for the connected world, and provides real-time GPS functionality, streaming and the ability to seamlessly interface with its environment.” Richie McBride, MD, Edesix

“The use of BWCs is revolutionising policing and security around the globe, and the launch of our new VB-400 is going to take this protection to the next level,” explains Richie McBride, managing director of Edesix.

“Our next generation VB-400 has been built for the connected world, and provides real-time GPS functionality, streaming and the ability to seamlessly interface with its environment. The VB-400’s new Bluetooth sensor monitoring also enables hands-free incident recording. All these new features have been designed to assist the connected officer, and undoubtedly means it is the #1 Body Worn Camera for policing and security.”

Edesix will be showcasing its new VB-400 at this year’s IFSEC. If you’d like to meet with Edesix at the event for a live demo, please email [email protected], call +44 131 550 3827 or drop by stand IF1236.

About Edesix

Founded in 2002, and headquartered in Edinburgh, Edesix is a global market leader in the production and provision of Body Worn Camera (BWC) solutions. BWCs have been proven to help improve the safety of those in public facing roles, whilst producing compelling legal evidence when needed. Edesix currently supplies key markets across the globe, through direct sales and international partners, to geographies including the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, the Middle East and Australasia.

Edesix designs, develops and manufactures its hardware and software entirely in the UK. The company provides body worn camera solutions to sectors across the globe, including police and criminal justice; parking and civil enforcement; emergency services; lone workers and field agents; security companies and custodial services.

The company was acquired by Vigilant Solutions, a subsidiary of VaaS International Holdings, in October last year for an undisclosed sum. VaaS is a leading global provider of data and image analytics for vehicle location. At the beginning of 2019 VaaS was then bought by tech-giant Motorola Solutions for $445 million.

Edesix is exhibiting at IFSEC International 2019, taking place 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London (stand IF1236). Book your free ticket now.


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