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In this month's eNews, Ken Solosky discusses and explains why some police UAVs are stuck in a holding pattern despite their obvious potential, and Tim Dees talks about how New Orleans has become the test bed for a new 911 text messaging system.

Meanwhile, I investigate the concept of Big Data and explain how it's helping law enforcement tackle the huge amount of data technology now offers.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Tech Innovations
How 'Big Data' is helping law enforcement
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Police agencies are using 'Big Data' to make connections and detect patterns so they can prevent and solve crime. What is 'Big Data'?
Tech Trends
Text messaging comes to 911
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
New Orleans is the test bed for Motorola's PremierOne CAD Call Control Client product. Faster response times
Tech Challenges
Despite potential, some police UAVs in a holding pattern
By Ken Solosky, PoliceOne Contributor
While unmanned aerial system technologies continue to be developed and deployed in places, local and federal regulations keep some departments grounded. Legislative hurdles
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