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Argus Express Gives Small Agencies Body Cam Capabilities

VP360 has created a new system that offers a fixed price program for body-worn cameras, making it more affordable for smaller agencies (20 or fewer officers).
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ESCONDIDO, CALIF.—VP360 has created a new system that offers a fixed price program for body-worn cameras, making it more affordable for smaller agencies (20 or fewer officers). The Argus Express is a fully self-contained system that includes all necessary hardware, software and cameras.

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A turnkey solution, Argus Express provides agencies with a full-featured Digital Evidence Management system that allows the agency to own the camera, the data and the infrastructure. The system includes five to 20 SmarkKam 100 body-worn cameras, one or two Multi-Camera Docking Stations and the Argus Express Desktop Media Server with three years of on-site storage capacities. Software includes a user-friendly GUI for searching, reviewing, redacting, delivering, acquiring, archiving and sharing evidence.

According to VP360’s John Veit, senior VP of sales, there are no storage overages or retrieval fees associated with the Argus Express like there can be with some cloud-based platforms.

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