Motorola Solutions announced that the company signed a contract with the Ministry of the Interior of the German federal state of Saxony-Anhalt to deploy VB400 body-worn cameras including VideoManager evidence management software to the state’s police officers.
What is the market offering of the body-worn cameras?
The roll out of the body-worn cameras to the City of Stendal Police Inspectorate and the police academy in Aschersleben marks the beginning of a wider deployment to nearly all operational frontline teams in Saxony-Anhalt. The cameras will help officers to de-escalate potentially dangerous situations and increase safety and transparency on the front line.
Motorola Solutions’ VB400 body-worn cameras will be rolled out alongside VideoManager evidence management software, enabling officers to upload and securely store and manage video footage, organised with time, date and location as part of the force’s daily workflows.
The cameras offer a pre-recording capability to help ensure incidents are captured and are equipped with an extended battery life that lasts up to 12 hours of recording. The body-worn cameras can be integrated with a broad range of sensors, such as Holster Aware which automatically activates recording and live-streams footage if an officer draws a weapon.
What does this mean for Motorola Solutions?
“The use of body-worn cameras by Aschersleben police academy cadets highlights how video technology is now a foundational element of police training, as well as a proven tool to improve frontline safety,” said Michael Kaae, Corporate Vice President at Motorola Solutions.
“The solution will integrate with the backend systems used by the police force including case management to enhance collaboration between police stations and increase efficiency.”
Motorola Solutions has been a trusted partner of public safety organisations in Germany for over 50 years. The company’s integrated, mission-critical ecosystem of tech is designed to unify voice, video and data in a single connected system to help ensure information flows, operations run and collaboration improves, advancing public safety for communities.