Mobile video systems for safety and situational awareness.
Often a picture is worth more than a thousand words. Video can greatly improve the operational deployment and safety of firefighters.
Whether it is about the safety of the workforce, a better assessment of deployment and exercises or faster decision making in a critical situations: the mobile video solutions of Zepcam perfectly suit the needs.
For years, Zepcam has been developing practical and widely deployable end-to-end video solutions. These solutions are ideal for public safety services such as fire departments.
The body worn and mobile video systems from Zepcam are therefore increasingly used by public safety services such as fire and police forces, both within and outside the Netherlands.
The benefits of bodycams and mobile camera systems
Video evidence: recorded video and audio which constitute support with an official report, charge or court case.
Improved evaluation: training, education and work.
Enhance the safety of fire men: prevention of aggression, de-escalating effect on aggressive individuals and crowds thanks to visibly worn bodycams.
Increasing situational awareness: the commander or the monitoring center can watch remotely what’s happening in the field.
The distinction offered by Zepcam
· Live video streams (via WiFi, mobile internet) or afterwards viewing of recorded video
· Rapid deployment, ease of use
· Ruggedized bodycam or mobile video system, extremely reliable and easy to use
· Compact & heat resistant camera with solid helmet mount
· Secure storage of images, in accordance with legal guidelines
· Integration of live images with the command & control centres
· A modular system that is flexibel and future proof
Zepcam has developed the body worn video solutions for the fire department in close cooperation with end users within the fire department itself. Our own R&D department enables us to quickly develop and customize new accessories or functionalities.
Brandweerspotter.nl: “These helmet cameras are used for a variety of purposes: improved safety of the forces, evaluation of deployment and exercises, in training and education, in disaster management and transmission of live images”.