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Streaming video from body-worn cameras

Streaming video from body-worn cameras

Body-worn cameras with streaming capabilities are allowing public safety organisations to observe incidents in real time and respond accordingly, as Kate O’Flaherty discovers Body-worn video is hailed as a technology that will revolutionise pub…

Admin, 11th August 2017
Huawei signs MoUs on video cloud, crisis and disaster management, and safe cities

Huawei signs MoUs on video cloud, crisis and disaster management, and safe cities

Huawei has signed individual MoUs with five enterprises, committing the parties to joint development of public safety solutions at Huawei’s Singapore OpenLab. The signings took place at a Huawei-run Collaborative Public Safety Forum a…

Sam Fenwick, 6th July 2017
Body worn video: Witness for the prosecution

Body worn video: Witness for the prosecution

Philip Mason looks at how the use of body-worn video is changing operational culture at one of the largest emergency services organisations in the world – London’s Metropolitan Police  In September 2012 the outgoing UK chief inspe…

Philip Mason, 15th February 2017
Motorola Solutions to launch Si500 for Europe at CCW

Motorola Solutions to launch Si500 for Europe at CCW

At this year’s Critical Communications World Motorola Solutions will announce a new combination of body-worn video camera, radio speaker and microphone, along with new cloud-based digital evidence management software that is able to collaborate with…

Sam Fenwick, 19th May 2016
Aabenraa Fire service creates firefighting strategy using Motorola technology

Aabenraa Fire service creates firefighting strategy using Motorola technology

Aabenraa fire service in Denmark has been successful in protecting lives and reducing damage to buildings by adopting an offensive firefighting strategy using Motorola TETRA technology. With the new MTP6000 series TETRA radios, incident commanders can sta…

Laurence Doe, 1st August 2014

Motorola's connected patrol vehicle at Critical Communications World 2014

Motorola Solutions senior product manager, Richard Martin, looks at the connected patrol vehicle (CPV) on display at Critical Communications World 2014. The CPV gives officers a 'virtual partner' that scans the environment with automatic license plate r…

21st May 2014