The development of body cameras is an important step forward in bridging the gap between technology and society. Social media is a technology that has allowed people to see society in a much larger scale. But there are still sectors that are unseen.
There is a rising importance of having body cameras installed in the staff of companies and offices. Firefighters, traffic enforcers, bus operators, for example, would benefit from documenting daily operations as testimonies or witnesses that can be viewed.
The Transcend DrivePro Body 30 is an easy-to-install body camera that has an enhanced night view and image stabilization. It’s water and dust resistant, so there’s no fear of it getting wet under the rain. And it also has a snapshot feature, which users can use to take photos of incidents with.
The DrivePro 30 can record up to 1080p with 30fps, which is very clear by any standards. It also has a built-in infrared LED that helps with improving night view and low light conditions.
Through the DrivePro Body Toolbox software – which is free – users will be able to file backups; search files by name, camera ID, user ID, or by date. Users will also be able to trim videos and save it as a new clip, which allows users to begin and end the video during the incident itself.
Of course a large number of DrivePro 30 can come in handy for each individuals using it. But there is a larger issue for the management that will have to copy, assess, and store all that data.
This is where the Transcend Docking Station – TS-DPD6P – comes in. It’s a station where up to six DrivePro cameras can be docked to recharge. From here, the computer connected to the docking station can download the files on each DrivePro device and store them.
You’ll need the DrivePro Body Toolbox, which will help sort and manage the files in an organized way.
It’s mostly a plug-and-play setup, so all the users would really need to connect the dock to the computer via USB and ensure the DrivePro Body Toolbox is installed.