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13/02/2018

The evolution of the body worn camera

Edinburgh, UK

An ever-increasing number of sectors are starting to take notice of the huge array of security, training and performance benefits body worn cameras can bring to the table. As a result, new targeted solutions are now needed to meet the growing demands of customers that require cameras specifically designed to meet their security needs.

This is the message being relayed by Edesix, market leaders and innovators in the provision of body worn camera solutions, as it continues its expansion drive into new markets around the globe.

Edesix, which is based in Edinburgh, has just enjoyed another record year of success in 2017. It announced significant contract wins with Her Majesty's Prison Services, Scotrail and South Australian Police. It has also made huge moves into new markets such as airport and retail security.

Richie McBride, managing director of Edesix, commented: "This again has been a record year of success for Edesix. The company has taken some major strides forward, especially with the contract wins for UK prisons, Scotrail and South Australian Police. We have also moved into new target markets, including airport security, and we expect this level of expansion will continue throughout 2018 and beyond."

"We have also been at the forefront of innovation throughout 2017, launching some exciting new products including the Videotag, the X-100 (head mounted) and X-200 (torso mounted) cameras and Onstream which integrates Edesix body worn cameras with existing CCTV Video Management Systems. We already have exciting plans in place for 2018, and are working with a number of clients, both existing and new, to modify and evolve our offering so we will continue to be at the forefront of the body worn camera market on a global scale."

Edesix's Videobadges are currently utilised by Police Forces around the globe, including Police Services Northern Ireland and Police Scotland.


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