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Vodafone Launch IoT Smart Surveillance Systems

Vodafone Launch IoT Smart Surveillance Systems

Vodafone has launched Smart Vision, a suite of IoT smart surveillance solutions designed to enhance security and drive efficiencies for business and public sector customers.

The solutions operate over Vodafone’s IoT network and are 5G ready. They have been developed in partnership with smart surveillance provider Digital Barriers. They are said to be ideally suited to a range of sectors including security, construction, manufacturing, utilities, retail and the public sector.

 

 

“The Smart Vision range of surveillance solutions brings to life Vodafone's ambition to provide end-to-end IoT solutions that solve real pain-points for our customers.”

–Anne Sheehan

Director, Vodafone Business

 

Drive efficiencies

 

"Utilising Vodafone’s network and expertise in IoT, data and analytics, we can enable our customers to enhance security and drive efficiencies as part of their digital transformation journey,” continued Sheehan.

 

Surveillance

 

The first products to be unveiled are the Vodafone Bodyworn Vision Camera and City Vision Surveillance Solution.

The City Vision Surveillance Solution is a connected digital encoder that is easily fitted to an organisation’s existing surveillance infrastructure therefore delivering an intelligent digital solution in a cost effective manner.

Footage is captured in high definition - and specific incidents can be live streamed where required. Customers can monitor footage across their entire estate from a single remote desktop, facilitating the security of utilities, public spaces and buildings. All footage is watermarked and stored securely. 

 

Bodycam

 

The Vodafone Bodyworn Vision Camera provides front line operators – such as police officers, healthcare professionals or field engineers – with the ability to film every incident, to live stream at the touch of a button and to retrieve footage in HD either onsite or remotely, however challenging the environment. Again all footage is watermarked and stored securely.

Picture: A suite of IoT smart surveillance solutions has been launched by Vodafone.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer

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