TASER - page 10
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TASER International presents a promotional video for the Shockwave remote area denial system. See details on the scalable field of coverage, interlocking fields of fire, and simultaneous discharge.
TASER International presents a video describing the history of the M26, which revolutionized less lethal options for law enforcement, and introducing the TASER X26 with Shaped Pulse Technology. The X26 reduces energy lost during barrier penetration, resulting in better incapacitation of the subject and improved officer safety.
P1 Tactical Tip: TASER Maintenance–
This PoliceOne Tactical Tip presented by Jerry Staton covers TASER maintenance practices such as cleaning the area near the power source.
The TASER AXON is a tactical networkable computer that combines advanced audio-video record/capture capabilities with tactical communications, and is designed to be worn by first responders such as law enforcement and corrections officers, soldiers, and private security. The state of the art audio-video earpiece with imager, speaker and microphone integrates into the communications loop between existing radios and the communications headset, recording video of critical incidents from the visual perspective of the officer. Submit your AXON video to Taser here.
Video demonstrates the TASER C2.
An overview of TASER.
TASER Police Uses–
How police and TASER products work together.
Experts on the history and benefits of TASER technology.
TASER Keynote Address–
A TASER keynote on its upcoming products and developments.
The TASER® Shockwave™ system is the first generation of new TASER Remote Area Denial (TRAD) technology. Shockwave devices integrate TASER's field-proven Neuro Muscular Incapacitation (NMI) technology into the first anti-personnel area-target system capable of not only denying personnel, but also incapacitating personnel with reversible effects.
Actual TASER Use–
A video displaying TASER technology in action.
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