Hytera has revealed a variety of policing innovations at the World Police Summit 2022 in Dubai, including a body-worn camera (BWC) solution and narrowband and broadband convergent solution that are changing the way law enforcement officers worldwide.
To help officers in the field improve situational awareness, emergency response speed, evidence collection and management, Hytera BWC solution consists of two parts: The first part is Real-time Command and Dispatch which provides functions that are crucial for mission-critical situation analysis such as Push-to-Talk, live streaming, position locating, and other services. The second part is Evidence Collection and Management which includes docking stations for charging batteries, uploading evidence, and DEM system to centralize evidence management and sharing.
Designed to lead the industry, the new VM690 features micro gimbal stabilization (MGS) to capture stable and sharp images during movements and starlight night vision to produce colourful videos even in extreme low light conditions.
Hytera narrowband and broadband convergent solution comprises Multi-mode Advanced Radio terminals, narrowband-broadband infrastructure, and management software. It incorporates broadband technologies while ensuring that critically important voice services remain reliably accessible using narrowband technologies such as TETRA, DMR, and PDT.
In addition to the two key solutions introduced above, classic Hytera communications solutions such as narrowband communications solution and broadband communications solution were exhibited at the summit as well.
“The World Police Summit 2022 was a great success. We have met and talked with key policymakers, international delegates and media representatives during the event,” said Stanley Song, Deputy General Manager of Hytera Overseas Sales Department.“ It’s been an exciting experience to share with the industry our most advanced voice, video and data solutions for optimum situational awareness and enhanced public safety.”