Plus   Neg

Axon Unveils Mobile App For Body Camera With Remote Livestreaming

Axon (AAXN) said that it has unveiled real-time mobile application that allows law enforcement to use a mobile device to remotely view live streamed Axon Body 3 camera or Axon Air drone footage.

The company noted that the Axon Aware app is bundled with and available at zero additional cost for all OSP7+ subscription plan customers, as well as all a la carte customers who have purchased Aware/Aware+ or Axon Air.

Using Axon's Signal technology, an alert is sent to the mobile app when a firearm is removed from an officer's holster or a TASER device is armed. The live stream of the body camera or drone footage can be accessed remotely and can help the support team learn more about the officer's location and situation as it unfolds, allowing everyone to make more informed decisions about what resources and support to provide.

The Axon Aware app is available in the U.S. for Axon Body 3 and Axon Air customers. In Canada and the United Kingdom, the Aware app is available for Axon Air customers immediately and will be available for Axon Body 3 customers in the future.

In Wednesday pre-market trade, AAXN is trading at $89.11 up $5.63 or 6.74 percent.

For comments and feedback contact: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Editors Pick
Hongkong Sun Rise Trading Ltd. has recalled about 151,400 units of Kobalt Cordless Electric chainsaws and about 106,520 units of Kobalt Cordless Electric pole saws for possible laceration hazard, according to two separate statements issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. These include 1,400 chainsaws and 120 pole saws sold in Canada. Branded food company Hormel Foods Corp. (HRL) announced Friday that its Hormel Black Label Breakfast Food Truck will hit the road with free sample event of the popular brand's new Hormel Black Label Oven-Baked Egg Bites. The samples come in three variants - with Bacon, with Chorizo and with Bacon and... United Airlines has rolled out an interactive online "Map Search" feature for its customers in collaboration with search giant Google. The new feature is powered by Google Flight Search Enterprise Technology. United is claimed to be the first airline in the U.S. to add this feature. The new feature, available on United.com, allows customers to easily search, compare and purchase flight tickets.
Follow RTT