VB400 body-worn cameras deployed in Germany

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Motorola Solutions has signed a major contract with the Ministry of the Interior of the German federal state of Saxony-Anhalt.

The new contract will see the provider supply state police officers with its VB400 body-worn cameras as well as its VideoManager evidence management software.

Body-worn cameras deployed

The City of Stendal Police Inspectorate and the police academy in Aschersleben are the first to utilise the technology as part of a wider deployment.

The bigger picture is that nearly all operational frontline teams in Saxony-Anhalt will be equipped with Motorola’s body-worn solutions and supporting technology.

The cameras will help de-escalate potentially dangerous situations whilst also increasing safety and transparency on the front line.

The company’s VideoManager software allows officers to easily upload and securely store and manage video footage.

“A proven tool to improve frontline safety”

“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, Motorola Solutions.

“The video management solution will seamlessly integrate with the back-end systems used by the police force including case management, helping to enhance collaboration between police stations and increase efficiency.” 

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