Eagle Eye Networks Unveils Direct-to-Cloud Body Cameras
Eagle Eye Networks has released 4G direct-to-cloud body cameras featuring remote viewing and geo-tagging and gives commercial customers professional-grade body camera services, improving staff safety and accountability by triggering immediate response, and providing valuable evidence.
Eagle Eye Body Cameras use 4G or Wi-Fi for live streaming, real-time remote viewing, and direct-to-cloud recording. They blend fixed, mobile, and body-worn cameras, making it easier for a surveillance system to integrate. The EEN solution also streams to a monitoring or security operations centre and uses geo-tagging for immediate response and support.
The system delivers a larger viewing area with fisheye capabilities that are dewarped in the Eagle Eye cloud management application, as well as the ability to manage a large number of cameras in the cloud and view from a control room.
“The demand for high-quality body cameras that connect to the Cloud has been growing for several years, accelerating even more with the pandemic, social unrest, and the shift to providing more in-home, curbside and remote services,” said Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks.
“Traditional law enforcement body cameras use a high-dollar subscription model, which is too steeply priced for commercial customers. Eagle Eye Networks will support the new Eagle Eye body cameras at the same low subscription cost of fixed cameras, making the solution affordable for commercial customers accustomed to paying up front for advanced cameras with affordable long-term subscriptions.”
Body cameras are initially available on the Eagle Eye Networks CameraManager platform, with availability on the Eagle Eye Cloud Video Management System (VMS) in 2022. The Eagle Eye Body Cams can also be protected with Eagle Eye Networks rapid replacement service.