Our body worn cameras (BWCs), powered by Motorola Solutions, are the ideal portable CCTV solution for protecting your fleet workers with easy-to-use HD video and audio recording.
This wearable device technology gives the public-facing staff members, such as police, paramedics, public servants and security personnel an added layer of protection and peace of mind against abusive behaviour, false complaint, and litigation.
If paired with Exeros vehicle CCTV technology the user will benefit from protection and security both inside and outside the vehicle.
This robust camera represents the next generation of body worn camera technology.
Designed to capture HD quality video and audio from the wearer’s viewpoint, this body worn camera delivers transparency, protects your fleet, and proves professionalism.
Thanks to its long battery life and clarity in both day and night operations, the VB400 is suited to mobile video applications where full shift recording and connectivity are needed.
We know every detail matters. That is why we equipped the VB400 with a powerful lens ensuring it accurately captures events from the wearer’s viewpoint.
With full shift recording, pre- and post-recording capabilities and multiple ways to connect, you’re in control of every situation.
This body worn camera options has an iconic ID-badge look, favoured by many customer-facing wearers such as security personnel, care staff and parking enforcement officers.
The camera integrates seamlessly with existing CCTV infrastructure combining live body worn video and audio with fixed CCTV camera footage.
Thanks to remote alarm activation, the VT100 empowers central teams to respond swiftly when incidents occur. Protecting your people and promoting a safety-first culture.
Lightweight and simple to use. All cameras come with an array of mountings & fixing to work with any uniform and situation.
Every camera is encrypted, meaning your footage is safe, tamper-proof and inaccessible to unauthorised users.
All cameras are capable of day and night recording, and have a simple-to-activate record function for capturing HD footage.
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