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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


This article is sponsored by Cisco

PoliceOne Staff

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is a continuous interaction among people, processes, data, and things that connects disparate systems and gets information into the hands of mobile law officers while making networked connections more relevant and valuable. For example, IoE let officers act as a mobile office, using tablets to submit incident reports and write tickets.

Indeed, this combination of people, processes, data and things can enable public safety personnel to move critical video data from commanders to field personnel—giving public safety agencies and their personnel access to real-time, multimedia data in the field.

Cisco is helping customers and strategic partners take advantage of the potential of IoE to achieve radical results across all sectors and industries.

To learn more, download the Cisco Public Safety, Justice, and the Internet of Everything white paper or the Internet of Everything in Public Safety and Justice infographic.

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