Motorola Solutions has signed a four-year agreement to supply its 4RE in-car video technology to public safety organisations in the UK.

According to the company, the deployment is part of the UK National Police Chiefs Council roads policing strategy “to improve road safety as well as efficiency.” The technology captures evidence from multiple camera points, in order to provide “a live 360-degree view of any situation.”

Speaking of the agreement, Motorola country manager and head of UK sales, Fergus Mayne, said: “Our in-car video systems will deliver security, flexibility and efficiency in the most demanding environments. By reducing crime and accidents, and making the roads safer for all users, our video solutions will ultimately ensure that citizens and police alike return home safely.”

The single supplier framework agreement was signed with procurement organisation BlueLight Commercial.

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