FULL LIST OF Mobile RESULTS
3 reasons your agency should invest in SceneDoc’s eCitations platform–
SceneDoc’s electronic citations tool works with off-the-shelf mobile devices to cut costs, boost efficiency and provide better intelligence to the officer and agency
PoliceOne Buyer’s Guide: Mobile Devices–
Learn everything you need to know so you can pick the right mobile device for your police department
3 reasons why your agency must adopt a mobile mindset–
Learn how to empower your officers with access to information using mobile technologies like smartphones, tablets and mobile apps
Why cops can’t live without their mobile devices–
A PoliceOne Facebook poll found that users depend on their mobile devices for five key applications.
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.
Leveraging Technology in Law Enforcement - Infographic Video–
We are rapidly shifting into a information world that is becoming mobile and cloud first. Productivity and efficiently pressures, shrinking budgets, hiring freezes, and overall demands of doing more with less is just reality in many public and private sector organizations. Technology, but more specifically mobile technology becomes the primary enabler and platform to overcome these challenges. Our friends in public safety and a variety of government services are joining the revolution as well.
Infographic: How the Internet of Everything in Public Safety and Justice improves police data–
How people, data, processes and things help public safety increase operational efficiency
5 wearable tech trends for police–
Off-the-shelf wearable technologies connect police to data
Texas police app reports incidents to union attorneys–
When police encounter a sticky situation — ranging from officer-involved shootings to death in custody cases — there's now an app for that
Urban Shield 2013 Intro + DragonForce–
DragonForce, Drakontas' team collaboration software, was selected as the embedded technology for the active shooter scenario in this year's Urban Shield program. The Alameda County Sheriff's Office (ACSO) hosted the 48 hour endurance competition and training exercise, and more than 30 Bay Area UASI Region SWAT teams utilized DragonForce during one of the 36 event scenarios designed to challenge participating teams. DragonForce is a command and control, team collaboration app that runs on iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and web browsers. DragonForce features include: personnel tracking on maps, collaborative whiteboarding on floor plans and images, group based text messaging, situation reports, file sharing and after action reporting. The software was utilized in an active shooter scenario taking place at the Castro Valley Elementary School
DragonForce - Team Collaboration Tools for Smartphones, Tablets, iPads and Browsers–
Untitled Document DragonForce is a command and control team collaboration application for smartphones, tablets, iPads and browsers. DragonForce provides a common operating picture to mobile users and equips them will the following capabilities: personnel tracking, text messaging, file sharing and collaborative whiteboarding. Learn more about DragonForce at www.Drakontas.com
L3 Reveals Rugged V-One Mobile Data Computer–
L3 discusses its tough V-One Mobile Data Computer solid-state system with infrared touchscreen. It's designed to take the abuse that occurs in an officers' chaotic daily routine.
Introducing the New Havis Mobile Website–
The new Havis mobile website (m.havis.com) offers a fast and easy navigation.
Coban at IACP 2011–
Dave Smith talks to reps from Coban, known for its in-car digital video systems, about the newest technology for mobile data computing.
Ontario Provincial Police Using Vigilant Solutions LPR to Improve Road Safety–
The Ontario Provincial Police is using Vigilant Solutions' Mobile LPR solution to identify expired or suspended plates, as well as stolen vehicles. Five systems patrol the roadways in search of suspect vehicles - vehicles that represent a safety risk to other travelers.
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