Body worn cameras are video recording systems that are typically used by military and law and order personnel to record communications of the general population or collect video confirmations at various circumstances. These are the closed circuit TV that contain a camera, an amplifier and an inward information stockpiling enabling the video and sound to be broken down and put away with good programming. The size of the cameras are small.
The market for military body worn camera is benefitting from the rising need for accountability and transparency in police conduct. Apart from that, their use in supporting military training and operations is also driving demand. Posing a challenge to their sales, on the other hand, is the high cost of body worn cameras. As a result the products have not been able to make much headway in sales in developing regions of the world.
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The market for global military body-worn camera is highly competitive on account of the presence of a copious number of multinational and local players. The multinational players account for a dominant share in the market due to their wide-ranging product portfolio.
With varied emerging needs in the defense and security sector, the market is seeing healthy demand in more sophisticated products outfitted with cutting-edge technology. Sensing an opportunity in this, keen players in the market are seen expending time and money on product development.