BodyWorn Cameras Now Offer Voice Dictation

The latest upgrade to the BodyWorn smart body-worn camera system is now available to instantly playback recorded HD video, classify video by retention categories, and enter notes via text entry and voice-to-text recognition. 

"Our goal is to provide technology that enables police officers to work smarter," said Robert McKeeman, CEO of Utility, in a statement. "The BodyWorn system software is continuously being enhanced to ensure each officer is equipped with the smartest and most powerful technology for police officer safety, privacy, transparency, and accountability. The police department does not have to buy new body camera hardware to get new features and capabilities or wait years for the camera hardware to be replaced. The department, of course, decides which features and capabilities to activate as part of their overall policy-based recording strategy. Our mission is to provide police chiefs and policy makers with the most up-to-date configurable technology so they can make policy decisions without being limited by the technology. BodyWorn works the way a police department chooses to make it work every time."

BodyWorn includes voice-to-text recognition and audio notes, enabling officers to capture information, such as license plate numbers, interview notes, witness names, and case numbers, that immediately becomes fully searchable and categorized in the video management system.  Metadata such as video location, officer identification, and incident classification are immediately uploaded to secure cloud storage, where it is immediately available to central dispatch 


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