T-Mobile, Visual Labs Partner on Body Camera, Communications Solution
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 | Comments

T-Mobile announced a new partnership with Visual Labs so first responders can turn a smartphone into an all-in-one body camera and communications solution.

More states are now requiring body-worn cameras, which can be a significant cost for agencies, especially in small towns or rural areas. Now, through T-Mobile’s Connecting Heroes program, a first responder’s smartphone can also become a cost-effective body camera, digital camera, audio recorder and personnel locator, helping public-safety agencies improve evidence-gathering and transparency.

“We launched Connecting Heroes to do more for the first responders we all count on; it started with free 5G on our incredible network, and now we’re adding body cam solutions to their smartphone at an incredible cost savings through our partnership with Visual Labs,” said Mike Katz, executive vice president (EVP) of T-Mobile Business Group. “At T-Mobile, we feel it’s our duty to support the men and women who risk it all for us, and we won’t stop innovating to save them money and provide new solutions they need to keep themselves and our communities safe.”

First responders can transmit critical video at a moment’s notice from almost anywhere using T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network. Plus, the Visual Labs solution includes secure cloud storage for videos, photos, audio recordings and evidentiary documents, all accessible via a web-based evidence management platform.

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