Motorola Solutions has created a new Video-as-a-Service offering, which combines body-worn cameras, digital evidence management software and cloud-based support in a bundle for law enforcement agencies. With no upfront capital investment, the manufacturer believes this service will play a vital role in helping law enforcement promote transparency and accountability within their agencies while also helping to keep officers and communities safe.
“We want every police department in the United States to have affordable access to a technology that provides transparency and an objective source of truth,” said John Kedzierski, senior vice president, Video Security and Analytics at Motorola Solutions. “To that effect, we’re offering our body-worn camera subscription for US$49 a month.”
The body-worn camera as-a-service package includes a V300 body-worn camera, spare battery, mounting device and access to digital evidence management. This package also includes records management and community engagement applications from CommandCentral to help agencies better integrate video into their workflows. Digital evidence migration services are also available to agencies that need them.
Beyond body-worn cameras, Motorola Solutions has also launched two additional mobile Video-as-a-Service offerings, one bundle for in-car cameras with license plate recognition and a second bundle for an integrated system of body-worn and in-car cameras together.
The mobile Video-as-a-Service bundles are now available in the United States.