TEXO Livestream is the answer. A portable, cost-effective package for monitoring and managing on-the-ground situations, Livestream gives you the first-hand information you need to keep everyone safe.
This high-quality camera has bee designed to be completely portable. It can be body-mounted, fixed to a wall or other structure, and carried by drone. A network of Live Lens 1 cameras at a festival, sports match or protest gives you all the best angles, all the live footage you need and secure presence on the ground.
Whether at the event or at a central monitoring point, your team can see what’s happening throughout the event. Livestream cameras deliver the information you need to make informed decisions about deploying your team, calling in other services or managing evolving situations.
Livestreamed and recorded footage from a range of flexible, moveable camera devices means you can police protest marches safely – both for your teams and for the protesters. Quickly see where other emergency services may be needed, deploy additional teams to problem areas and view multiple images from mobile, desktop or tablet devices. Annotate incidents for review or training.
Provide a supportive presence at festivals by using livestream technology to have a complete view of the site at all times. Using a mix of body-worn, drone-mounted and fixed cameras, your control room has access to all areas and is able to act fast to get help or support to incidents and accidents.
Using livestream to manage complex accidents and emergency events can help services to take clear, informed decisions when it matters most. Our Live Lens 1 camera can be worn by personnel on the ground whilst other visuals can be captured by drone-mounted cameras. Flag, record and retain key information during the event for future case or training use.
Post-event analysis is a key part of developing more efficient and effective processes. With Livestream, you can save, analyse and store data from an event to help with lessons-learned sessions and any incident reviews. This visual data provides a critical resource for incident reports and potentially for evidence for prosecution or review.