Axon launches body camera app with remote livestreaming
The Axon Aware app allows law enforcement to view livestream footage remotely and receive critical real-time alerts
By Amanda Lien
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Axon has released a mobile application allowing law enforcement to remotely view live-streamed body camera and drone footage.
The Axon Aware app is currently being tested and used by more than 40 law enforcement agencies nationwide, according to a company press release. Departments can use the app to provide real-time intelligence to critical support team members regardless of location.
"We're proud to extend our real-time live stream capabilities to a remote viewing experience via the app for those times when officers aren't sitting in front of a computer back at the station and want to receive intelligence that they can act upon," Axon Aware director Kevin Shah said in the release. "Today, we are providing better situational awareness and support to more than 40 agencies that are currently trialing or using the app."
The Axon Aware app is available in the U.S. for Axon Body 3 and Axon Air customers.