Lithuanian public safety leverages video tech

Police in Lithuania are deploying an in-car video system, provided by Motorola Solutions.
Lithuanian public safety leverages video tech
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Police in Lithuania are deploying an in-car video system, provided by Motorola Solutions.

Discussing the product, a spokesperson for the company said: “Powered by advanced artificial intelligence and high resolution cameras, the M500 constantly scans the environment from multiple viewpoints to help officers identify threats in real time and provide valuable video evidence. The police force is implementing the in-car video solution to support a variety of its daily operations to help keep the nation’s roads safe.”

The company will also be providing its VideoManager evidence management platform. This - again, according to Motorola - provides “a seamless and intuitive workflow, enabling frontline teams to share footage between officers and the control room.”

Motorola Solutions’ corporate vice president, Michael Kaae, said: “Police officers need to be prepared for anything when they are out on patrol. Even seemingly mundane situations can escalate in seconds. Video security technology can play a critical role in protecting police officers, community members and property, and is an integral part of modern policing.”

Motorola’s current presence in Lithuania includes the provision of the national TETRA network, as well supplying body worn cameras to the National Police and Border Guard service.

Author: Philip Mason

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