Edesix to Demo New Body Worn Cameras at MWC

Edesix to Demo New Body Worn Cameras at MWC

Foto: Edesix X-100

A U.K. company Edesix, specialised in the provision of Body Worn Camera (BWC) solutions, will be exhibiting at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The BWC manufacturer will showcase the latest in wearable video security, designed to facilitate training, safety and security for the mobile workforce.

The company will be introducing the latest product in its Body Worn Camera range, the VideoTag VT-100; a small, lightweight camera designed for daily wear and incident recording. “The VidoeBadge range of Body Cameras enable companies to integrate video to their existing business workflow. Be that to protect staff, monitor processes or encourage best practice, the cameras allow businesses to seamlessly capture and share this information without changing current IT structures or business process,” Managing Director, Richie McBride said.

Having already established itself as the BWC of choice for police forces such as PSNI and Abu Dhabi Police, Her Majesty’s Prison Service and for leading security, transport and enforcement agencies, the VideoBadge range from Edesix is a proven method for collecting tamper-proof video and audio footage for a multitude of purposes.

McBride continues: “We’ve already had great success with the VideoBadge thanks to the way it seamlessly integrates into our customers working lives – it’s just another piece of uniform or equipment that needs very little management or upkeep from its wearer, yet the benefits to training and process, to employee satisfaction and to evidence gathering are vast.”

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