MIR Systems puts vital information at officers' fingertips anywhere, anytime
Durable and dependable from the inside out, to bring you what you need, where you are
How many times have you looked at the Mobile Data Terminal/Computer in your car and wished you could realistically bring it with you when you left the vehicle during a call? Having portability is certainly something we’ve come to expect in our personal lives from technology these days, but until recently, there haven’t been many truly effective options within the law enforcement profession. That’s where the Mobile Incident Reporting Systems (MIR Systems) tablet-based solutions come in.
When Marc Costa, a 20-year patrol officer in New Jersey, looked at his day-to-day work, he couldn’t help but notice that some newer communications/information technology solutions were making things more cumbersome rather than easier. Deciding that there had to be a better way, he decided to build new software from the ground up that would be designed to be user-friendly, and streamline access to the information that officers use every day to do their jobs.
Tablet Based Solution Built for You (and Your Job)
Included within the software is a custom Report Management System, which enables officers to complete reports and get information they need no matter where they are, thanks to the portability of the tablet computer form factor.
Supervisors have the ability to interact with, and manage, the system from anywhere. They have the ability to add or remove features and personnel instantaneously by simply dragging components into and out of the working-environment configuration.
MIR Systems didn’t stop with the software; they realized that the tablet itself needed to be the most durable and functional available in order for the features built into the software to be realized in a mobile environment, so they partnered with leading hardware manufacturers in order to make it a reality by offering a tablet with durable reliability.
Gorilla Strong and Gobi Mobile
The battery, chosen with the nature of our work in mind, can last up to a full eight hours on one charge, and the tablet has Bluetooth, WiFi, and built-in Gobi 3G/4G mobile broadband — which can connect through all major mobile carriers in North America, meaning you probably won’t have to change your agency’s existing mobile data agreement to be able to utilize the MIR Systems solution.
3 Reasons Mobility Is Important
Officers often find that report-writing consumes lots of their time on shift, but the voice-recognition in the MIR Systems solution means that they can simply dictate reports directly into the RMS software, saving both time and wrist pain. Additionally, by using the built-in camera, officers can take photos or video directly at a scene or call and attach them right to the report automatically for evidentiary value — saving space in evidence rooms, and making it easier for towns and cities to comply with evidence requests.
2) Information Sharing
A live talk feature also allows supervisors in remote locations to see a live video stream of what’s going on at a scene as it happens, ensuring interactive management and guidance to officers on scene.
3) Disaster Response
By Officers, for Officers
This solution was built for you and designed by a real officer, for real officers’ needs. Check it out today and find out more about what having the right tool for the job can do for you.
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