Video Bodycam and Push-to-Talk Radio with National LTE Coverage
Hytera VM780 integrates a body-worn video camera (bodycam) with a push-to-talk radio to capture, store, and share video, audio, and image evidence in the field. The multi-functional, all-in-one design reduces equipment costs and simplifies communications.
Supports Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) voice communications with individual and group calls.
Video can be streamed over cellular 3G/4G/LTE or Wi-Fi networks for real-time monitoring of security operations. With an impressive 64 gigabytes of storage available, video can also be recorded onto Hytera VM780 and transferred at end of shift to a single-site data collection station via USB or by dropping it into a Hytera MCL30 Multi-Unit Charger with data connectivity.
Hytera VM780 features powerful video collection and dispatching software applications.
ON-SITE REAL-TIME VIDEO STREAMING
Video can be streamed real-time back to dispatch over cellular 3G/4G/LTE or Wi-Fi networks for nationwide monitoring of events. Uses H.265 high-efficiency video compression technology to reduce streaming bandwidth and data plan costs. Automatic Night Vision captures images in low-light or darkness.
HIGH QUALITY VIDEO CAPTURE
216-degree rotatable camera with wide angle and large field of view for flexible hand-held or uniform-attached operation. High resolution 16-megapixel images and mp4/1080p video recording.
ENHANCED SAFETY VIDEO CAPTURE
When the emergency button is pressed, Hytera VM780 will automatically start video recording and immediately trigger the emergency alarm to control center.
PUSH-TO-TALK OVER CELLULAR (PoC) WITH GROUP CALLING
Supports individuals and group calls between Hytera HALO Dispatch, Hytera VM780, and other PoC devices over nationwide cellular networks.
- Power Adapter (PS2023)
- USB Cable (PC80)
- Belt Clip (BC40)
- Li-ion Battery (2500mAh) (BP3501)
- Nylon Wrist Strap (RO01)
Streaming Video from the Hytera VM780
Streaming video typically uses about 1GB/hour of cellular data.
A bodycam is not intended to constantly stream live video, but is primarily used to record video footage onto the device itself. The recording is started when the user presses a button on the bodycam.
The recordings conveniently include what the bodycam "saw" during the 30 seconds before and after the button was pressed, and the recordings are transferred to a computer by plugging in Hytera VM780 via USB or by dropping it into a Hytera MCL30 Multi-Unit Charger and extracting the video using Hytera HALO.
Although most bodycam video is recorded onto the device itself and not frequently live-streamed, an administrator (e.g., a dispatcher) can also “pull” a live video feed from a user’s bodycam remotely at any time—and the user can likewise send a live video stream to an administrator at will.
Service Plans Sold Separately
Hytera VM780 requires Hytera HALO to function as designed and intended.
It will operate over Wi-Fi using Hytera HALO, but a cellular data plan is required if you would like to use Hytera VM780 on 3G/4G/LTE networks.