Mobile - page 2
FULL LIST OF Mobile - page 2 Videos
Optimize Your Driver's Seat–
Reclaim your passenger seat with the thoughtfully designed Brite mobile computing solution. This ergonomically configured computer mount which features limited viewing and airbag zone obstructions, ensures your officers receive persistent data connections to critical applications and improve officer safety with two-way data and location communications.
Datalux at IACP 2011–
Dave Smith speaks with Scott Dunklee from Datalux at IACP 2011 about their unique ergonomically correct mobile computers.
Doug Wylie travels to APCO 2011 and talks to Radio IP about their secure mobile networking technologies.
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.
HipLink - Toronto Police Service Video–
Video highlights the increased efficiency in communication through HipLink.
TerraHawk at IACP 2010–
The top priorities of the TerraHawk M.U.S.T. are mobile response and rapid deployment. When you pull up, you put the vehicle in park, press one button, and in less than a minute the vehicle is level and stabilized. Originally aired 03/2011.
TerraHawk at IACP 2010–
The top priorities of the TerraHawk M.U.S.T. are mobile response and rapid deployment. When you pull up, you put the vehicle in park, press one button, and in less than a minute the vehicle is level and stabilized.
COBAN Technologies at IACP 2008–
COBAN manufactures state-of-the-art mobile data computers and digital video recording equipment for the public safety, utility and military community. In addition to cutting edge mobile computing devices and digital video technology, COBAN employs the latest communication, database, and storage technologies to deliver complete and scalable solutions to our customers, regardless of the size of the agency.
Mobile Plate Hunter–
ELSAG North America’s MPH-900® is an easy to use, mobile or fixed ALPR system that significantly improves officer safety and productivity while allowing law enforcement to achieve much better community safety. The system targets motor vehicle related crime and operators who are not properly licensed or who may be wanted in connection with a crime, such as a stolen, unregistered or uninsured vehicle.
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