Full list of Mobile Computers results
What cops want: How a rugged tablet can provide for truly mobile policing–
A recent survey shows that laptops may be standard issue, but police officers would prefer smaller, lighter mobile computing tools in the field
Discover the Getac S410 semi-rugged notebook–
The Getac S410 semi-rugged notebook offers the highest levels of performance, flexibility, security, and durability in a form factor that is extremely thin and light. The Getac S410 is designed to withstand the rigorous daily routine of today’s first responders. Learn more about the S410 and other Getac products at their official website.
Are police agencies ready for FirstNet? (infographic)–
Panasonic - McCann
How many law enforcement agencies are using the dedicated nationwide broadband network?
Infographic: Why cops want tablets–
Check out the results of our PoliceOne survey, which found cops are more than ready to switch to tablets to access data.
Dash Mount Installation Tutorial for Data911 Computer Displays, Ford Interceptor Sedan–
Step by step instructions of how to install a dash mount for Data911 computer displays in a 2013 Ford Interceptor sedan.
Introduction to the M7 In-Vehicle Computer System–
See how the Data911 in-vehicle computer is mounted in the car and get an overview of how it improves safety and efficiency for mobile users.
Data911- Police Car Crash Urbandale, IA–
Data911 Mobile Digital Video System records a civilian car losing control in the snow and hitting an Urbandale, IA Patrol Vehicle. Airbags deploy. No injuries.
L-3 Mobile Vision Discusses Auto Evidence Management at IACP 2012–
L3 explains its automated evidence lifecycle management at IACP 2012. Any network connected device can manage video, audio, etc. files to organize critical evidence. L3 engineers to the needs of the end users, for any sized fleet.
Coban Technologies discusses EDGE HD at IACP 2012–
Coban Technologies discusses the details of the EDGE HD system, for better quality video, and its importance in providing vital evidence for LEOs.
Presynct Technologies Discusses Mobile Tech at IACP–
Presynct Technologies discusses new devices and robust applications that can give officers the ability to input data in the field and store and sync it.