The most trusted. The most advanced. The most widely deployed in-car system.
Get the whole picture. With multiple camera options, livestreaming, high security storage and upload, and collaborative integration with V300 body-worn cameras. Law enforcement officers can trust the WatchGuard 4RE to be a reliable witness.
Data may be one of the most powerful tools in our public safety arsenal. But without the right technology to make sense of it, data alone is often overwhelming and of limited use. For officers, this is especially daunting. The need for automation and acting on intelligence is more apparent now than ever. The WatchGuard 4RE Mobile ALPR Solution uses vehicle license plate detection and a national database of 10+ billion plate detections to provide real-time, in-vehicle actionable intelligence. This increases patrol officer safety, proactively interrupts crimes, and delivers more leads.
LEARN advanced analytics is the backbone of the 4RE ALPR solution. All plate information captured is streamlined to help turn routine data into actionable intelligence when the nexus to criminal activity is revealed. By producing a common plate analysis of crime patterns, identifying potential associates of known vehicles associated with criminal activity, or locating identified vehicles of interest based on area, your team can respond safer and more efficiently
The complete solution requires the WatchGuard Panoramic X2, Zero Sightline, or Mini Zoom Camera, 4RE in-car system, WatchGuard CarDetector Mobile (CDM) software, Vigilant LEARN database annual subscription, and cellular connection to the cloud.
Agencies serious about transparency and capturing all critical events don’t rely on basic tactics like pre-event recording. There’s often little value found in 30 seconds of lead-up video, and a record button never pressed is an incident never captured.
WatchGuard’s patented Record-After-the-Fact® (RATF) technology on the 4RE in-car video system and body-worn cameras give agencies the power to go back in time and capture video from events days after they happened – even when the record button was never pressed.