K-Series Body Cameras
The K-Series is AI ready meaning cameras can be upgraded to run features such as facial recognition - activated through plug-in licenses.
Our new Sony IMX sensor produces incredible images in low light – always replicating what the wearer can see with their own eyes.
The K-Series has 2 models in the series, the K6 and K7. Both models are identical except the K7 has a 4G SIM slot, allowing the device to use a mobile network.
Our largest ever front-facing screen maximises transparency when recording. This innovative technology has been proven to de-escalate antisocial behaviour in a range of situations and protects those on both sides of the lens.
The high definition screen is touch-sensitive and features in-field annotations, so you can immediately input evidential details without returning to base.
These world-class features make the K-Series the most user-friendly camera on the market today
The K-Series is AI-ready and can be activated through plug-in licenses to enable features such as facial recognition.
Our new Sony IMX sensor produces incredible images in ultra-low light giving the power of always replicating what the wearer can see with their own eyes.
With a full-shift recording time of 14 hours between charges and a 64GB memory, the K-Series can hold more footage than ever, producing smaller file sizes, cutting upload time and reducing storage costs.
Front Facing Screen
This signature Reveal feature has a proven calming effect on people when they see they are being recorded. It maximises transparency with the public and protects those on both sides of the lens. Where appropriate, the user can disable the screen entirely.
Articulated Camera Head
Directing the head allows the camera to be worn in various ways on people of all shapes and sizes without implicating the field of vision.
The camera's versatility means it can also be used in a vehicle, as an interview recorder, a handheld camera, or head mounted on a helmet or cap.
One Touch Record
Having a single, quick and simple action to turn the camera on has always been as essential feature in our body cameras. Our intuitive red sliding switch is a positive action that confirms activation by the physical position change on the camera. It's easy to operate for officers on the go, even in intense, stressful situations.
High-quality video can now be seen live anywhere globally. Live streaming allows real-time situational awareness and decision-making. This ability can completely transform incident handling and outcomes, giving our customers a new tool to enhance their effectiveness and streamline their workflow.
*Live stream performance is dependent on the network connection, bandwidth, and network stability.
Bluetooth triggers allow the body camera to be activated remotely via a beacon, freeing the user from manually turning the camera on. The camera can be triggered to start recording automatically in various circumstances, such as when the officer wearing the camera leaves the vehicle.
5 Benefits of body - worn cameras for paramedics
1. Deterring and de-escalating violence and aggression – with violence and aggression towards ambulance crews rapidly increasing the presence of a body camera, especially one with a front-facing screen, is proven to have a calming effect and help deter physical or verbal violence.
2. Supporting the safety of lone workers – Equipping lone workers with body-worn cameras provides an extra layer of protection that helps paramedics feel safer and more confident when on duty.
3. Capturing first hand video and audience recordings – Body-worn cameras act as an impartial witness and can capture video recordings wherever a paramedic is working, providing increased transparency and accountability offering valuable and accurate evidence. Furthermore, it increases the chance of conviction and minimises the need for lengthy reports and court proceedings.
4. Enhancing training and learning for Ambulance crews – Reviewing footage of past incidents provides a valuable learning resource by helping paramedics to understand and identify triggers of aggression.
5. Supporting the placement of risk markers - Footage captured on a body camera that provides evidence of violence or aggression towards paramedics can be used to support the placement of risk markers on specified addresses, marking them unsafe for ambulance crews to enter without police support.