Capture video. Process evidence. Share intelligence.
Improve the safety and accountability of your front-line teams. Body-worn video delivers valuable insight from the wearer’s perspective to protect your people and prove professionalism.
Take control of the situation
Empower front-line teams to take control. When unexpected situations arise, the potential to capture and share real-time video increases situational awareness.
The presence of a body-worn camera often helps to calm difficult encounters. Simply press record to capture high-quality video evidence, reassure and protect staff.
Automatically share video and audio with centralised teams over Wi-Fi for faster and smarter incident response.
Empower customer-facing staff to prove their professionalism or innocence when confronted by contentious allegations. Body-worn cameras capture irrefutable video and audio evidence.
Empower your front-line teams
Keep your team continuously connected and prepared with our wearable video cameras.
Representing the next generation of body-worn cameras. Rugged build quality. High performance. Multiple ways to connect. The VB400 is suited to mobile video security applications where full shift recording and connectivity are needed.
See how organisations are benefitting from
Motorola Solutions' body-worn camera solutions.
Easy-to-use technology tackles frontline challenges
Lancashire Constabulary, UK has deployed a combined Body-Worn Camera and Pronto Digital Policing Solution to transform time-consuming, manual station-based procedures into efficient mobile workflows.Learn More
Superstores choose body-worn cameras for retail security
The preferred security installer for large UK retailer Asda, CBES, has deployed hundreds of VB400 body cameras to help reduce incidents of crime and keep staff and members of the public safe.Learn More
This technology has proven to be valuable in many policing situations. The benefits it can bring in assisting the prosecution of cases and particularly in cases of domestic abuse is well documented.
Anne ConnollyBelfast Policing District Board Chair