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Where no WLAN has gone before
Police, firefighters and other emergency workers responding to natural or manmade disasters may one day have a new device to help with emergency management and victim rescue, thanks to a college kid in San Diego.

Javier Rodriguez Molina has developed an advanced mobile wireless communications gadget, named Gizmo, that provides an adaptable platform that can be changed depending on the scenario ... Full Story

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Technology in the News
LAPD to get in-car cameras

LOS ANGELES — After 17 years of delay, Los Angeles is finally moving ahead with a plan to install in-car-video cameras in its police department’s patrol cars – aiming to improve accountability and to earn public trust ... Full Story

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Tenn. city manager urges red light camera talks

Study: ShotSpotter helps S.F. cops

L.A. cops use YouTube to nab tagger

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PoliceOne Technology Tips
Learning about YOU with
your in-car camera
Volatility of digital evidence

That video dash cam in your patrol car’s front window may be one of the best training tools you have outside of an experienced instructor.

Each time you stop a car, the event is recorded for your viewing pleasure, with sound ... Read tip

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Digital data are stored in various forms (random access memory (RAM), read-only memory (ROM), hard drives, and other magnetic or optical media) and are subject to inadvertent alteration, degradation ... Read tip

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Press Releases

Strix Systems' Access/One Outdoor Wireless Systems Deployed for Korea's Intelligent Highway Infrastructure
[Strix Systems]

Digital Ally's DVM-500 Digital Video System Integrated into a Rearview Mirror Receives "Best Law Enforcement Technology Award"
[Digital Ally]

EF Johnson Technologies Receives $10 Million Contract from Yukon Government
[EF Johnson Technologies, Inc.]

Tigerlight Combines New Breakthrough Technology in Power Packed T100

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