The Hytera VM780 is an all-in-one device designed to support emergency services out in the field. With a built-in body-worn camera, remote speaker microphone and 4G powerful hardware platform, it is designed to increase the safety of first responders.
The body-worn camera is tailored to capture, store and share video, audio and image evidences in the field. It integrates a body camera with a remote speaker microphone. The camera allows users to perform video dispatch and command over 4G, make voice communication and initiate an emergency alarm in the mission-critical conditions. The all-in-one device has been designed with multiple features so the user can simply carry the one device.
Long battery life enables >9 h of continuous video shooting with the 3500 mAh battery. The device has an anti-tamper mechanism so users cannot tamper or erase the digital evidence directly from BWC. The data will only be exported by the evidence collection station. All the captured evidence (including image, audio and video) will be protected with the AES256 encryption algorithm.
Users can choose to stamp different watermarks on the video and photo, such as data time, device ID or user ID. With a colour screen, users can easily access and play back the audio, video and image files on site.
When the emergency button is pressed, BWC will automatically start video recording, and immediately trigger the emergency alarm to control centre. With the built-in GPS, the BWC can upload its positioning information back to the control centre.