The only UK Security company ever funded by the EU H2020 SME Instrument Phase 2 research and innovation programme
Plymouth, UK, 30-Oct-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Body Worn Video pioneers Audax Global Solutions are showcasing at SRIEE 2017, an event organised and hosted by EU Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME) on 14th to 16th November in Tallin, Estonia.
The European Commission presents their latest projects and policy initiatives in the field of security research to hundreds of researchers, industry representatives, public security providers and practitioners (i.e. fire departments, police, intelligence agencies, etc.), and policymakers from across Europe who are expected to attend this year’s event.
The UK based digital technology company was funded by a grant under the EU’s Horizon 2020 program to fund research and innovation, to develop a body worn camera with live streaming capabilities that would become the Benchmark for the market. Integrating High Security and encryption with GPS mapping and lone worker safety features all in a rugged and lightweight form this disruptive innovation would aid in the protection and security of all citizens and officers.
“Audax will be hosted and exhibiting on the EASME (Executive Agency for SMEs) stand as one of their ‘star’ projects – Bio-AX®” said Audax director Adam Liardet.
“We will also be giving a presentation on Body Worn Video, covering the benefits, standards, and encouraging interaction with videos. This will be taking place in the ‘Discussion Room’ on Wednesday 15th at 1000am.”
Mr Liardet, said: “We are in the process of going into preliminary manufacture of our new camera system Bio-AX and would welcome any enquires at the event”
See more about Bio-AX® @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kftsNyXFR90&t=8s
Event Website – https://www.sriee2017.com
Audax Global Solutions is one of the UK’s leading digital evidence-gathering technology companies having been involved in the pioneering of the body camera market since 2005.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 719806