Lightweight, unobtrusive cameras that integrate with fixed video security systems to provide security operators with complete situational awareness and help staff in public-facing roles feel safe.
The VT100 delivers a customizable and fully integrated enterprise mobile video solution. 720p HD video. Remote alarm activation. Customer-friendly design. Seamless integration with existing CCTV.
Creating a safe working environment is a top priority. Thanks to remote alarm activation, the VT100 empowers control room teams to respond swiftly when incidents occur. Protecting your people and promoting a safety-first culture.
Take control of the situation.
The VB400 is the next generation of body-worn camera technology. Rugged build quality. High performance. Multiple ways to connect. Delivering the features you need to take control of every situation.
Capture video. Prepare evidence. Share intelligence. VideoManager enhances the capabilities of Motorola Solutions’ body-worn cameras via a seamless, intuitive and highly configurable software experience. Security and workflow optimization take center stage. Customizable roles and device profiles control system access, and audit logs provide the all-important evidence trail required to support the judicial process.
New integration between VideoTag body-worn cameras, such as the VT100, and Avigilon Control Center empowers enterprises to better protect people, resources and property. The integration enhances enterprise security efforts by making live body-worn video and audio easily accessible through the ACC™ AI-powered platform.
The VideoTag series of body-worn cameras are lightweight, unobtrusive cameras and easily assigned to staff and attached to uniforms like ID badges. When integrated with ACC, the activation of a body-worn camera recording immediately triggers an event in the software, displaying the camera’s live video feed to the system operator alongside video feeds from fixed cameras, allowing security personnel to gain better situational awareness and respond accordingly.
Healthcare relies on body-worn cameras to increase staff protection, improve customer relations and help to prevent incidents. For example, caregivers helping patients who may behave erratically or violently are risking their own safety and security. By wearing the mobile camera, staff are able to capture events in real-time and alert security operators so that they are made aware of any incident that might compromise a staff member’s safety, and are able to respond proactively.