Posts in the Category: Body Worn Video

CommandWear Selected for US DHS Smart City Program

CommandWear is one of the thirteen companies selected by the Department of Homeland Security to deploy a smart city IoT technology with first responders. Funding is made available via the SCITI Labs program, a collaboration between DHS S&T, the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), Smart City Works and TechNexus established less than a year ago. The companies were selected after a highly competitive, global competition to find the most innovative, mature …

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US Dept of Homeland Security Selects CommandWear for First Responder Innovation

News Release – October 11, 2016

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has announced the selection of 10 startup companies, including CommandWear, to be part of EMERGE 2016: Wearable Technology, a program designed to bring startups, accelerators, and other strategic partners together in a common research and development effort.

Please read this news release.

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CommandWear Announces It’s “6 Pack” Pilot Program, Situational Awareness In A Box.

CommandWear’s 6 Pack pilot program provides a fast, easy, cost effective way for organizations assess the value of smartwatches and smartphones to enhance operational efficiencies and increase employee safety.

This program is ideal for organizations interested in any or all of the following:

Understanding and measuring increased speed and accuracy (efficiencies) of response by tracking locations of response personnel;  Enhancing the safety of personnel through advanced tracking and alerting tools;
Improving communications …

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New York Times on Body Worn Video – “Storage, management and retrieval of the collected data create mammoth questions of their own.”

 

The New York Times today has an article on their front page about body worn video. There are many great points raised, but the one that caught our attention was the issue of storage and management.

Incorporating body worn video into your police force goes beyond just putting a device on an officer. The management and storage of the video adds cost and complexity to existing operations. When you are applying …

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