Edesix Body Worn Camera Systems offer a range of innovative business solutions to help solve your complex industry challenges. Different industries have very different needs on how to Record, Store, Review and Manage their Evidence. Check out our business solutions which fit in to specific industries, learn about how these industries use our technology products and services.
Lone workers often enter environments that carry a significant risk of encountering aggressive members of the public.
The VideoBadge range of BWCs are worn by fire and rescue servicemen to audit and improve response performance.
VideoBadge and VideoTag Body Worn Cameras are used by Healthcare Professionals and hospital security teams to help de-escalate situations.
The VideoBadge range of Body Worn Cameras is currently used by local authorities across the UK to protect staff and capture evidential footage.
The VideoBadge and VideoTag range of Body Worn Cameras are used by airport security personnel to help de-escalate situations.
The VideoTag series of Body Worn Camera is used by airline personnel to help de-escalate situations.
The VideoBadge and VideoTag range of Body Worn Cameras (BWC) provides site and factory security personnel with the ability to record evidential quality video and audio of incidents such as vandalism, theft and abuse.
VideoBadge and VideoTag Body Worn Cameras are predominantly used within the Rail industry by revenue protection officers.
The VideoBadge and VideoTag range of BWCs are worn by road maintenance workers to deter abusive behaviour from motorists and record evidence of confrontations.
The VideoTag and VideoBadge range of Body Worn Cameras are currently used by universities and campus security teams to protect staff and capture evidential footage.
Police & Criminal Justice
Police on the front line have found that body worn video helps prevent both criminal and anti-social behavior when out on patrol.
As Parking Enforcement Managers and CEOs you’ll know how difficult dealing with angry members of the public can be.
Lone workers need to be equipped to deal with a variety of challenges during the course of a day.
Frontline police officers have found that body worn video helps to prevent criminal and anti-social behaviour when out on patrol.