Discover your ideal body worn camera solution
Modern bodycams are smaller, lighter and increasingly sophisticated in the type of features they now support including; full HD video quality, infrared, night vision, integration with wearable equipment and even the ability to stream live footage to other devices. A feature which is especially possible when combining a Hytera Bodycam with a Hytera PDC760 Multi-mode Advanced Radio or utilising the new Hytera VM780 Bodycam which has built-in LTE.
Bodycams are typically used by police, fire and ambulance services, but they are also issued to prison staff, private security officers, healthcare workers, railway workers, traffic wardens and parking attendants, any workers who may face abuse and the threat of violence in their jobs.
Choosing the correct Bodycam for your requirements is essential, but with the full range of Hytera solutions there is a product to meet all needs and budgets.
VM780 Bodycam with Wi-Fi and Data
The VM780 takes RVM (Remote Video Microphone) Bodycams to the next level with the most advanced range of features available, including; a 2.8” touch display, powerful battery life supporting up to 8 hours continuous recording and 3G/ 4G & Wi-Fi for real time transmission anywhere, GPS built-in and PoC application compatibility.
216° rotatable lens
One of the most notable features of the VM780 bodycam is the 216 º rotatable HD camera. It allows users to easily adjust the angle and capture pictures or videos in an optimal view, without removing the camera from the gear.
High-level data security
Hytera adopts AES-256 encryption in the body worn camera for high-level data security. All footage recorded by the camera is encrypted and only accessible to authorized users. The video is tamper-proof with automatic tags of time stamp, device ID, and user ID upon recording.
Push-to-talk radio functionality
Hytera LTE body worn camera VM780 also serves as a Push-to-talk over Cellular (PoC) radio. Over 3G, 4G, or WLAN networks, VM780 allows users to make voice calls simply by pressing the push-to-talk (PTT) key. Thanks to the advanced noise reduction technology, the camera picks up the voice while filtering the ambient noise.
Improve situational awareness with GPS and live data streaming
With the dual-stream technology, VM780 saves the same video locally, while streaming live video to the control center over 4G/LTE networks. This enables dispatchers and responders to share the same information in real-time, making responses faster.
Other VM780 features
- 1080p HD Video
- 256 Bit Advanced Encryption
- 3G/ 4G/ Wi-Fi & Bluetooth built-in
- PoC application compatible
- IP68 and MIL-STD-810G
VM580D 4G Bodycam
Compact Bodycam size & friendly UI
The VM580D Bodycam’s 20mm ultra-thin body and ergonomic design make it easy to wear even for a whole day. The 2.0-inch touch screen and minimalist User Interface (UI) enable more convenient and simpler operation of the camera, playback and streaming capabilities. The large PTT button, separate alarm button and instant SOS feature ensure the safety of law enforcement personnel.
1080P with infrared night vision
Video recording is the most important and fundamental function of body worn cameras. The VM580D can film 1080P videos with infrared night vision. This highly sophisticated bodycam can even meticulously distinguish facial features and profiles very clearly at a distance of 5 to 10 meters in the dark. The 110° ultra-wide lens is equipped with a distortion reduction algorithm to accurately collect more details at the scene.
All-time positioning through bodycam GPS
VM580D supports outdoor positioning configurations, such as GPS, GLONASS and AGPS, and indoor Bluetooth positioning. Even in places such as garages, tunnels and shopping malls the location of frontline personnel can be tracked in real time, which helps end users to complete tasks more conveniently and efficiently.
Built in radio providing PTT to Broadband and Radios
Combined with Hytera's Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) solution HyTalk Pro, the VM580D can realize PTT communication over multiple types of networks including radio and Broadband. Dual microphones enhance the voice effect with no distortion improving sound quality and audio playback capabilities for clear and effective communication.
160° Diagonal field of view
The super wide-angle camera allows you to capture more objects in a broader scope. Even at most one meter away, the BWC can capture the hand actions at close quarters.
Intelligent Scene Detection
The BWC incorporates the multi-functional sensor that will automatically send an alarm to the control center when detecting Man down, occlusion, stay-long, dismantling.
The BWC provides fast positioning services by using GPS, GLONASS, BDS, together with AGPS in the public network. Thanks to the advanced position algorithm, the BWC delivers precise location quickly.
VM750D adopts the AES-256 advanced encryption technology to protect all the captured evidence (including images, audio and videos) in local storage.
Use Bodycams to determine the facts
When engaging with the public during activities such as law enforcement, medical care, retail service and public transport provision, it is not uncommon for officers to face confrontational behaviour or disputes from the public. In the time of social media, anyone can broadcast any event at any time and share their personal comments on any controversies.
In an effort to promote law enforcement transparency, deter violence and increase trial efficiency, public safety has advocated or legislated the use of technologies such as body-worn cameras. Providing staff with bodycams can help diffuse situations, record key events exactly as they took place and supplement other video, audio and eyewitness records.
- 50% of global law enforcement agencies have body worn cameras
- A 2016 study showed Police equipped with body-worn cameras received 93% fewer complaints from the public
- 2021’s latest figures show there are 929 million connected wearable devices globally.
- Body worn cameras are typically used by police, fire, and ambulance services, but they are also issued to prison staff, private security officers, healthcare workers, railway workers, traffic wardens and parking attendants or any workers who may face abuse and the threat of violence in their jobs.
- Studies have shown that body worn cameras can help to deter verbal abuse and aggression, as people often calm down if they know they are being filmed. As such, they provide an additional means of protection for front-line staff and lone workers both in the moment and against fraudulent complaints.
Our Body worn camera range
The VM780 takes Bodycams to the next level with the most advanced range of features available.
The VM580D is Hytera's new generation of smart 4G body worn camera that ensures precise and effective recording.
Bodycam and Evidence Collection Software
Smart Mobile Device Management
Smart MDM collects and stores digital evidence from the RVM's via Multi-Unit Charger. With intuitive Graphic User Interface (GUI), you can review, manage and share data simply and efficiently from your pc.
Digital Evidence Management
Digital Evidence Management platform collects and stores the digital evidence on a secure network. Easily find data by tagging an evidence file and find it later through a key word search. For extra data security, manage customised permissions to different users.
Hytera Bodycams Features Introduction
Hytera VM780 Body Worn Camera Features
Bodycam (BWC) VM580D
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