Mesa, AZ. (December 11, 2014) – Iveda® (OTCQB: IVDA), a leading enabler of cloud-based video surveillance through its Sentir™ platform, today announced its partnership with Wolfcom Enterprises, manufacturer of body-worn cameras based in Hollywood, California. The partnership will include mutual exclusivity based on an undisclosed minimum of Sentir-enabled body cameras. Iveda’s revenue model is based on a monthly license fee per device.
Wolfcom Enterprises has just launched the Wolfcom 3rd Eye version 1.5 police and military body worn camera. The 1.5 version will now have two-user password protection, which means that an administrator will have complete control over how the body cameras is used and can set user permissions and access. Admin can also decide whether or not officers can playback, delete, download files, or change settings. With the 1.5 version, user settings can be made so that an officer can/can’t download, delete or playback files. The admin can also choose if an officer can change any settings themselves or if they need the admin’s approval. With the Wolfcom 3rd Eye version 1.5, every option is configurable.
Glenn County Sheriff’s Department in California has purchased 45 Wolfcom 3rd Eye police body cameras. They are just one of many departments utilizing the newest technology and equipping their officers with police body cameras. The benefits, shown by actual practice, are becoming more and more clear as the data comes in.
In late July of 2013, Marquette Police Department received a grant for new technology. After research and testing, they determined that the Wolfcom 3rd Eye was the camera that best suited their department and purchased 15 Wolfcom 3rd Eye Police body cameras to outfit their patrol officers.
Fremont Street Experience is the heart of downtown Las Vegas and one of the busiest areas filled with tourists, street performers and music blaring, providing action 24 hours a day. With all the alcohol flowing and party never ending, it’s easy to see why the Fremont Street Experience Security team values the Wolfcom 3rd Eye.