body cameras


Axis enters body worn camera market

Axis Communications recently announced its first body worn camera solution designed for use by law enforcement and private security. Read More

Body worn camera solutions in action

B-Cam’s diverse client base explain why body worn camera solutions work for them. Read More

The next-generation body-worn cameras transforming policing and security

In recent years we have seen a transformation in policing and security. Technology-driven solutions have created ‘connected’ officers: they can […] Read More

Edesix to launch new VideoBadge VB-400 AT IFSEC 2019

Edesix's new Body Worn Camera will have 1080p recording, Bluetooth sensor monitoring and GPS functionality. Read More

Tavcom Training launches online body-worn video course

Taking around 10 hours to complete the course covers the practicalities of using BWV cameras, as well as guidance around policy and regulation. Read More

Motorola Solutions acquires Edesix parent company VaaS International Holdings

Motorola Solutions has acquired VaaS International Holdings, a provider of AI-driven image capture and analysis technology, in a deal worth $445m. Read More

Data-driven surveillance and the privacy-security balance: ‘Question Time’ insights from Tony Porter, Lord Paddick and more

The “Orwellian” deployment of video surveillance systems in Abu Dhabi was among the topics discussed by a panel including Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter and Lord Brian Paddick on Wednesday. Read More

Digital Barriers facial recognition and live streaming apps to be added to police dash-cam system from COBAN Technologies

Digital Barriers has struck an agreement that strengthens its foothold in the security tech market for US law enforcement. Read More

The official body-worn camera supplier for UK prisons on industry trends, VideoManager and VideoTag series

IFSEC Global recently spoke to Richie McBride, the Edinburgh-based company's CEO, about Edesix's direction of travel, its latest products, the future of body-worn video and its recent presence at IFSEC 2017. Read More

Digital Barriers launches first live facial recognition system for body-worn cameras

SmartVis Identifier, which brings together Digital Barriers’ video-streaming platform EdgeVis and analytics solution SmartVis, is targeted at the defence, security and law enforcement markets. Read More

Edesix launches VideoTag body-worn camera series at IFSEC 2017

Edesix’s VideoTag Series - encompassing the VT-100 and VT-50 - are the company’s smallest and most discreet incident recorders. Read More

Edesix launches head and torso-mounted body-worn cameras

New head and torso-mounted cameras have been launched by Edesix, a specialist in body-worn cameras. Read More

Milestone Systems ties up partnership with Soliton Systems

Milestone Systems, the global leader in IP video management software (VMS) for video surveillance solutions, is partnering with mobile video streaming specialist Soliton Systems. Read More

Edesix celebrates record year for major contract wins

Edesix, a supplier of body-worn camera systems, says 2016 was its best-ever year for new business, winning major contracts in both fire and security, in the UK and internationally. Read More

Edesix wins contract to provide body-worn cameras to UK prison services

Edesix is now the official body-worn camera provider for Her Majesty’s Prison Service throughout the UK. Read More

Body-worn cameras being issued to police are “already outdated”

Digital Barriers CEO Zak Doffman welcomes the rollout of body-worn cameras to 22,000 Met officers, but says equipment chosen falls short on two fronts. Read More



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