Helmet cameras of US company Mohoc (Stand N5-402) have had a recent spate of success, having been selected by various military and law enforcement agencies for use in operational and training scenarios. These include customers in the Asia- Pacific, South America and GCC regions, all of which have seen the benefits of operating what the company claims to be the first cameras ruggedised for military use. These add to NATO nations that are already operating the cameras.
Mohoc added that unlike sport action cameras, the systems have a unique, low-profile form factor, which complements the shape of the helmet for a secure, snag-free fit. Additionally, they have easy-to-use controls, and in terms of durability are fully ruggedised to an IP68 rating, are waterproof down to 10m, and are drop-proof to 2m. The cameras record 1080p HD video and 12MP photos, and can be acquired in visible light or infrared configurations.
Available accessories include a replacement door that enables the camera to essentially be hardwired for continuous power supply and video streaming, and a K9 harness that provides dog handlers the ability to see exactly what the canine detects.
An iOS and Android app, meanwhile, provides streaming, playback and recording control of the camera.