WA Seeks Body Worn Cameras and Cloud Subscription for Video Storage.
Body Worn Cameras and Cloud – Western Australia’s Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) is seeking body worn cameras supported by cloud video storage.
DPIRD said it requires up to 115 network-enabled body worn camera devices, including docking stations specific to the camera model, attachments, and a cloud-based video storage service, with administrative access for up to 15 users to manage the recorded videos for approval and reporting.
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is an amalgamation of the former Departments of Agriculture and Food; Fisheries; Regional Development together with staff from WA’s 9 Regional Development Commissions.
In partnership with the Regional Development Portfolio the DPIRD is responsible for the effective planning, coordination and delivery of the State Government’s regional development agenda, which includes investments and partnerships.
This body worn cameras and cloud tender closes on March 1 – you can find out more here and read more SEN tenders here.
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