Panasonic Systems Communications Company of North America, a leader in connected solutions that support the mission of law enforcement, has today announced several key upgrades for its mobile evidence management system.
The Upgrades Include:
- Unified Evidence Management (UEMS) 1.3 software upgrade
- Point of View Camera, and
- Upgraded video compression capabilities
“The needs of law enforcement are constantly evolving and Panasonic works hard to ensure that we are always listening to our customers and putting out the best solutions possible,” explains John Cusick, Senior Category Manager, Panasonic Systems Communications Company of North America.
“Our new software upgrade, point of view camera and upgraded video compression capabilities add to the ruggedness and reliability, as well as the long battery life, of the current system and solutions.”
(Learn More. Panasonic’s Arbitrator® BWC is a next generation body-worn camera and its enhanced Unified Evidence Management System for law enforcement agencies are the most cohesive solutions on the market, and are designed and built based on feedback from law enforcement organizations across the country. Courtesy of Panasonic USA and YouTube)
Key features and benefits of UEMS 1.3 include:
- H.265 (HEVC) and H.264, Body Worn Video Recording Modes
- Reduces storage usage up to 25 % (est.), using H.265 / HEVC recording
- Improved Search Time and Results Responsiveness
- New In-Car Recorder Setting options
- Case File Masking, Formatting, and Validation in Back End Client
- Support for Windows Server 2016 Operating System Version
- Support for Windows SQL Server 2014 SP2 and 2016 SP Versions
- Improved In-Car Recorder Setting options
Key features and benefits of the Point of View Camera:
- Size: 0.76 x 2.76 inches
- Weight 1.76 oz
- FOV D: 129 deg, H: 115, V: 68
- Video/Photo Resolutions Available [16:9] 1080p, 720p, 360p
- Waterproof Rating IP55 / MIL-STD-810G
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Video Compression Capabilities:
Camera platform now includes H.265 / HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) video recording, which will help agencies store their videos more efficiently.
All of these solutions, as well as the full line of Panasonic Evidence Management products can be seen at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference in Philadelphia from October 23-24 in booth #4125.
Panasonic System Communications technologies include mobile computing devices and support services, point-of-sale solutions, video surveillance systems, video evidence capture and management solutions, professional displays, projectors, digital signage, video production equipment, and office communications and productivity solutions.