PRLog - Jun. 17, 2014 - LONDON -- VideoBadge2, the latest body worn camera device to enter the marketplace, launched in March 2014.
Known for producing systems with the highest levels of data security and control, the company's latest model incorporates the same data integrity and security protocols of previous versions and adds new functionality to boot.
The modified design still allows for personalisation of the front fascia - important to maintain flexibility of use - but now also features a new front facing activation switch designed for easy activation even when wearing gloves.
VideoBadge2 also features a full shift pre-record function, particularly useful for environments where incidents happen quickly and without warning. The pre-record duration is configurable by the customer and available for the full 8 hours of recording time, ensuring full capture of events as they unfold.
Body worn video is proven to have a positive impact on those both sides of the camera, moderating behaviour and reducing conflict in face to face situations. In addition, organisations report fewer complaints, increased transparency of process, and time and cost savings during investigations.
Edesix Business Development Manager, Andy Burke said "As body worn video becomes more widely adopted by frontline staff, the range of applications it is used for also broadens at a pace. At Edesix we are committed to developing products that meet the changing needs of staff in any frontline role."
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