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Body worn video cameras

Body worn video (BWV) cameras, also known as body cameras, are video recording systems. These cameras are used by law enforcement to record their interactions with the public. Known to raise officer and citizen accountability, body worn video cameras also help in gathering video evidence at crime scenes. Form of closed-circuit television, the body worn video cameras are generally placed on the front of a shirt.

Some of the notable benefits of Body worn video cameras include:

•    Increase public reassurance
•    Reduce fear of crime in local communities
•    Increase early guilty pleas
•    Resolve complaints about the police or wardens more quickly
•    Reduce assaults on officers

Body worn video cameras - Applications
BCDVideo SAS drives offer superior video storage solutions for the healthcare industryBCDVideo SAS drives offer superior video storage solutions for the healthcare industry
Video surveillance has begun offering healthcare providers more than just security; video analytics are now allowing hospitals and clinics to...
Body worn video cameras - News
Edesix innovative body worn camera solutions led to successful 2016 for company
17 March, 2017: Edesix designs, develops and manufactures a range of innovative body worn camera solutions Edesix, a provider of body worn camera (BWC) solutions, is celebrating a very successful 2016, with a host of large...
Point Blank and Genetec to provide body worn cameras and case management system to North Miami PD
1 March, 2017: The IRIS Cam system integration with Genetec Clearance allows efficient video evidence collection & management Point Blank Enterprises, a manufacturer of soft body armour and related protective solutions,...

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SSAIB announces implementation of body-worn technology by police forces meets Surveillance Camera Code of Practice
24 February, 2017: BWV technology can be used in a variety of ways for evidential purposes SSAIB, the UK and Ireland’s security, fire and telecare certification body, announces that two police forces have pioneered the introduction of...
VP360 Solution and SoleraTec partner to provide digital evidence management and BWC solutions
7 February, 2017: A single solution that combines evidence management with storage is unique to the DEM market VP360 Solutions President/CEO Jeff White and SoleraTec President Mark Armstrong announced an exclusive...
ISC West 2017: Genetec to showcase Security Center 5.6 along with retail intelligence and collaborative case management applications
6 February, 2017: At ISC West 2017, visitors will be able to see the Genetec Retail Intelligence application At ISC West 2017, on booth #28055, Genetec, a provider of open architecture security and public safety solutions will...
Video surveillance storage: What decision makers and integrators need to know
Video storage is the foundation for new video surveillance infrastructures. Depending on your platform, storage can enhance your surveillance system’s capabilities, or it can limit them. But one thing is certain: your...
Edesix body worn cameras used extensively by emergency services, prisons, and parking enforcement agencies
24 November, 2016: An extensive survey revealed that 72% of paramedics were in favour of wearing BWCs at work Body worn cameras (BWCs) are fast becoming a staple piece of equipment for police officers across the United States....

Related marketGovernment & Public Services
Genie to showcase latest security solutions at UK Security Expo 2016
27 October, 2016: Genie will showcase IP CCTV, access control, ANPR, body worn cameras, Eco Remote Monitoring Trailer, and In Motion Identification systems Genie, a British born company and a trusted supplier within the security...
Edesix to showcase new VB-Patrol in-car solution at IACP 2016
18 October, 2016: Edesix BWCs are small, lightweight devices, designed to be worn on the officer’s uniform Edesix Ltd., a provider of body worn camera (BWC) solutions, has announced it will showcase the latest in in-car video at...
BCDVideo and Sentry360 collaborate to create turnkey body cam storage solution
14 October, 2016: The collaboration will bring back control to the end-user to manage their critical mobile body-worn evidence securely BCDVideo announced their collaboration with Sentry360 on a turnkey, multi-camera body cam...
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Arecont Vision releases MicroDome Duo compact twin-sensor megapixel camera series
Arecont Vision releases MicroDome Duo compact twin-sensor megapixel camera series

Exhibiting at ISC West 2017: Booth 8045

Arecont Vision announces the expansion of the compact MicroDome ultra-low profile true day/night camera family with the release of its dual-sensor MicroDome Duo series.

MicroDome Duo unique capabilities

With revolutionary innovation and in-house designs, Arecont Vision has pioneered the multi-sensor megapixel surveillance camera market since 2006. MicroDome Duo is the latest addition to that continuing heritage, with an extremely compact and advanced twin sensor omnidirectional camera. Both sensors feature independent remote focus modules, mounted on 3-axis gimbals for outstanding viewing coverage. 

“Customers across the Middle East and around the world will benefit from the small size, advanced cybersecurity protection, future-proof design and unique capabilities of the new MicroDome Duo,” said Sanjit Bardhan, Vice President of Sales, Middle East, Africa, and ...

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