Audax Global Solutions Ltd, world leaders in pioneering body worn video (BWV) technology, are proud to be showing their support for the UK’s exhibition industry, taking part in The Emergency Services Show (stand L85) at the NEC, Birmingham on 7-8 September, International Security Expo (stand C2) at Olympia, London on 28-29 September and the BAPCO Annual Conference & Exhibition (stand C20) at the Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry on 12-13 October.

Audax will also be the badge sponsors at all three events, whilst at The Emergency Services Show the company are the headline sponsor of the Future Policing Zone, including the Seminar Theatre where on 7th September at 10.45am, Audax’s Adam Liardet, Managing Director and Founder and Derek Horne, International Sales Manager will be presenting in The Future Policing Theatre, sharing their views on the future of body worn video.

Adam commented: “We are so looking forward to sharing our latest developments, meeting existing clients and making new connections at all of these key exhibitions. Live events give us the opportunity to get in touch directly with our customers, get a better understanding of what they’re looking for and show them how we can help. We’ve had an incredible year so far; as well as growing the team and moving to larger facilities at our Plymouth HQ, we’ve also secured several major projects in the UK and overseas. Such developments have reinforced our position as one of the world leaders in body worn video technology and a force to be reckoned with.”

Due to previous restrictions, these events will also be the first opportunity to meet with clients face to face for those members of the team who have joined the company in the past year. These shows provide the ideal platform to share Audax’s latest technology innovations with professionals in the emergency services and security industries.

Audax will be launching a new range of British designed and British manufactured docking stations for their award-winning body worn video cameras, providing a simple, agile solution for those customers faced with poor or unreliable data transfer upload speeds. These latest products enable users to dock multiple devices simultaneously, sync evidence automatically as well as analyse, tag, store and organise evidence. Audax now provides all software products pre-installed within the docking station and 120GB internal SSD, offering a secure, out of the box solution. The system is fully scalable and can cater for smaller standalone sites through to enterprise cloud requirements.

The docking station solution is a critical and integral part of a modern BWV system that’s importance is often overlooked. It is well established that the use of BWV deters violence and thus enhances staff safety. With the provision of impartial, accurate evidence these devices are also used to speed up the justice process by reducing case report preparation and thus enabling time and cost savings. Ensuring the preservation of the evidence chain can only be efficiently done via a docking station, with a simple and secure method of transferring data to a storage facility on a local or network drive that takes into consideration that most customers operate a secure network.

Exhibitions are also the perfect opportunity for visitors to learn more about the latest upgrades to Audax’s incredibly popular 20-1 body worn camera. The easily recognisable 20-1 camera packs a unique technology specification into a small, robust, and lightweight form factor, easily outperforming other products in its class. Designed for those looking for a cost-effective solution for secure evidence gathering, the updated 20-1 model features incredible high-quality HD video and audio with a market leading record time of over 12 hours, providing secure evidence gathering capability with AES 256 encryption and user password controls in an auditable and approved manner.

With integrated GPS giving the exact location and with camera and user credentials provided by the automated QR code ID system, the camera is designed to be both user friendly and highly secure. Developed to be used in all weathers, it has built in IR for full night-time recording and tactile user-friendly buttons for operators when wearing gloves.

The Audax chest camera is designed to be user friendly and highly visible ensuring the camera is both an effective deterrent, as well as offering pre- and post-event recording to ensure all evidence is gathered in a fully compliant manner. With all these features, plus Wi-Fi for live streaming of video and H265 compression it can provide a formidable solution, whatever your demands.

For the first time, the newly updated 20-1 camera now has the capability of accepting Audax’s uniquely designed helmet camera, which includes selectable IR for night-time use. It now also uses the same highly popular DEMS (evidence management software) and newly launched docking stations as Audax’s award winning Bio-AX camera.

With a substantial presence at the biggest shows in the emergency services and security calendars, Audax is certainly celebrating the return of live events this September and the team are looking forward to introducing these exciting new developments to new and existing partners.

This weekend is a time for the people of Plymouth to come together to remember the end of WWII.

This is a special occasion for so many of our team, which is made up of many ex-service people, as are most of our contractors and consultants too. In fact, in recognition of our support to the defence community, Audax were proud to have been awarded the Silver employer recognition scheme Award of the Armed Forces Covenant.

As a local business, with headquarters in The Millfields, Plymouth, we want to do what we can, not only to commemorate the incredible sacrifices of our armed forces, but also to support our neighbours, friends and family here in Devon. That’s why we’re proud to be sponsoring this event – Plymouth Remembers.

Starting with a Memorial service at Minster Church of St. Andrew, members of the public are then invited to let their hair down and celebrate with some great music, just as the good people of Plymouth did 76 years ago on Sunday 15th August.

Entry costs only £3.00 to come along to the Guildhall to hear the great voices of some amazing acts. This is such a small cost to be entertained by those who have performed in packed out theatres, West End shows by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and on glamorous cruise ships around the world.

What’s happening?

  • 13:30 – F.E.P.O.W Families lay crosses and wreaths outside of St. Andrews followed by the Lord Mayor of Plymouth and the Military representatives.
  •  14:25 – Arrival of Deputy Lieutenant of Devon for the start of the service.
  •  16:00 – End of service and the Deputy Lieutenant of Devon will lay the alter wreath at the Rowan Tree before heading off to the Guildhall. 
  • 16:20 – Public entry to the Guildhall for the start of the celebration until 21:00

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If you’re local, you may also have spotted posters for the event in local shops and supermarkets around the city centre, or even through your post-box in the Plymouth Links.

We’d also like to thank COFEPOW for their support, a global charity dedicated to perpetuating the memory of the Far East Prisoners of War who have shared the event through their website and publication. (

We believe actions speak louder than words, which is why we are sponsoring the remembrance of these brave people who helped shape our City for what it is today.

Audax, world leaders in pioneering body worn video (BWV) technology, is collaborating once again with SPOED 112 to raise awareness and promote action to prevent aggression against Police & Emergency Medical Service (EMS) workers in Belgium.

Having proudly been a direct sponsor of the last two aggression against EMS awareness campaigns with SPOED 112, the UK based company is now set to be the presenting partner at a symposium in Antwerp on violence against emergency workers and police on 27th October 2021.

Audax is keen to play an active role alongside SPOED 112 to ‘aid those who help us’ in the UK, in Belgium and elsewhere as body worn cameras are a proven solution to mitigate the risk of aggression and violence within the sector. In addition to headline event sponsorship, Audax will be carrying out demonstrations of its BWV technology for attendees.

As featured in the latest issue of SPOED magazine, more and more emergency services and law enforcement workers are equipped with bodycams. In fact, other sectors are also showing interest in utilising body worn video due to their broad range of applications.

In addition to traditional users, such as police, ambulance, and fire brigades, they can also be used for public transport, event security as well as during military operations. In the Netherlands and Belgium, bodycams are especially useful for recording evidence and discouraging undesirable behaviour, but they are also particularly useful as a training tool to replay live incidents to new operatives.

Audax has a long-standing relationship with SPOED 112, with a review featured in its latest quarterly publication:

“The Audax bodyworn camera, at first glance could be considered as ‘an expensive toy’. But, if you take a closer look and hold it in your hands, you will notice how compact it is. It fits in your hand, it is light and easy to attach to a jacket, plate carrier, t-shirt etc. … For the rest, the bodycam fully meets all expectations: Razor sharp images, quality audio and even night vision is no problem at all! Photos, videos, pictures while filming – it’s all possible. Being active in the security sector and recently graduated as an emergency response worker, this body worn camera is a must have in case of aggression and incidents.” – Review by Kevin F. from Gent (featured in SPOEDmagazine edition 03 2021).

Audax is also the prime sponsor of the Ambulance Union, (Ambulanciersunie) and have long been committed to stamping out negative behaviour against emergency services workers in Belgium and across Europe.

The company is looking forward to showing their support for this important initiative at the SPOED 112 symposium on 27th October 2021 taking place in Antwerpen. Alongside presentations and live demonstrations, every attendee to the symposium will receive a training certificate and lunch is provided. For more information, visit