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B-Cam joins Made in Britain

Posted 22 May 2017 · Add Comment

Supplier of body-worn security cameras for military, government, police and security providers, B-Cam Ltd - that makes its products in the UK - has joined Made in Britain, which supports and promotes British manufacturing, enabling buyers and consumers at home and abroad to identify British-made products.


The Made in Britain marque is accredited to businesses that sell goods that have been manufactured or have undergone a final substantial change in the UK before sale. B-Cam is part of this growing community of like-minded manufacturers from around the country.

Made in Britain Chief Executive John Pearce said: "Security and Technology are two product sectors that the UK has a great reputation for overseas and at home. SME manufacturers like B-Cam that include a strong servitisation model in their strategy are vital for Made in Britain to demonstrate within our 900 membership group we have manufacturers that are future facing, growing and countering any perceptions that the sector is stuck in the past".



Above: B-Cam's British-made body-worn security cameras.


B-Cam puts together British-made products that are being sold and used around the world. John Pearce said: "British made products can be great ambassadors for British values when they are sold to overseas customers. Identifying them as such with the Made in Britain marque to overseas buyers and specifiers has never been more important than it is now".

"We are a not-for-profit organisation that brings together British manufacturers to support them with a designed, protected, and award-winning marque. No other trade body or commercial organisation is trying to unite all of the SME manufacturing community in this way and with this purpose".

Herman Vermaak, Managing Director of B-Cam, said: "We at B-Cam take significant pride in the quality not only of our products but also the level of service we provide our customers. By basing our operations and production in the UK, alongside our technical development and support teams, we are able to provide our customers with exceptional service they can rely on 24/7.  We are proud to be members of Made in Britain as we feel it promotes confidence in our products and services for clients, both in the UK and overseas.”

“B-Cam is at the forefront in body worn camera innovation and we are thrilled to be developing our technology in the UK. By investing in local supplier networks we are able to provide high quality products without inflating prices, which is particularly important when working with public funded bodies such as the Police and smaller developing companies.”

B-Cam has recently launched two new state-of-the-art products: the A9 and the B-Cam Armadillo A9 Camera Unit.
 
The A9 is the next generation of B-Cam chest worn camera and the only overt chest worn body worn camera available that is accredited by Secured by Design as a Police Preferred Specification. With the benefits of infrared low-light recording, long battery life and exceptional quality images seen in all B-Cam devices, the A9 is smaller and lighter, with numerous optional features to create a camera unique to each organisation’s individual requirements.
 
The B-Cam Armadillo is an innovative wire-free camera designed to meet the needs of security professionals, seeking an alternative to chest worn devices.  The Armadillo is the only head worn camera accredited by Secured by Design as a Police Preferred Specification. Designed in partnership with police firearms units, the Armadillo can be mounted on a cap-peak, helmet or shoulder.  With HD recording, the camera captures the image as the wearer sees it, with our human eye vision technology. All B-Cam devices encrypt data at the point of recording, providing the user with a secure end to end evidential chain.
 

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