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Edesix to showcase new VB-Patrol in-car solution at IACP 2016

Published on 18 October, 2016
All cameras can be controlled, activated, and managed via the dash-mounted touchscreen, and footage reviewed, edited, and shared remotely using the Edesix web-based VideoManager footage management system
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 this year’s IACP conference in San Diego.

With industry partners Federal Signal, the system, designed for US law enforcement vehicles, will be demoed live on booth 4327 from the 16th-18th October. The in-car video solution utilises six camera inputs, all managed simultaneously by the Edesix-designed Dashboard Management system, providing officers with an all-encompassing view of their environment; with cameras mounted on the dash, roof, rear and backseat of the car, as well as on the officer’s uniform by way of VideoBadge body worn cameras.

All cameras can be controlled, activated, and managed via the dash-mounted touchscreen, and footage reviewed, edited, and shared remotely using the Edesix web-based VideoManager footage management system.

VB-Patrol in-car solution

Edesix Managing Director, Richie McBride commented: “VB-Patrol, our in-car video solution, is the latest in Edesix’s portfolio of specialised products for law enforcement. Having successfully deployed our series of VideoBadge body worn cameras and accompanying VideoManager management system, extending to in-car cameras was the logical next step. We are pleased to be bringing this solution to the US market with our partners, Federal Signal.”

Edesix BWCs are small, lightweight devices, designed to be worn on the officer’s uniform. Completely secure and fully encrypted, these cameras act as a deterrent to violent behaviour, and offer supportive evidential footage for criminal convictions and prosecutions.

Edesix and Federal Signal will be exhibiting at the IACP conference in San Diego from the 16-18th October.


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