Cobalt Software Platform - Mark43
Mark43's Cobalt software platform unites a set of law enforcement tools securely...
CEO and Founder of Envisage Technologies
Ari is involved in building next-generation training systems, cloud-based learning, records management, automation of high-liability training operations, and pervasive readiness technologies. He is a committee member of the National Congress for Secure Communities and an advisory board member of IADLEST. He has consulted for Federal Agencies, Homeland Security, Public Safety, Military, and Law Enforcement on technology, security, legally defensible records, compliance, and training.
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By Melanie Basich
Most law enforcement officers just need something to tell them when and where a dangerous level of radiation exists. Which is the purpose of FLIR's IdentiFinder R100.
Here's a look at the latest law enforcement-applicable optics, sights, etc., on the market.
Check out what's new in night vision and thermal imaging.
By David Griffith
LETS produces a wide range of cellphone-based covert and overt audio and video capture and GPS tracking tools for law enforcement. The latest LETS product is the Magnum Streaming Video Recording System.
New use-of-force simulator training provides customization so officers can experience scenarios as close to real life as possible.
This year's IACP show held in San Diego from Oct. 16 through Oct. 18 didn't really have a theme. Which in some ways made it more interesting. Here's a look at some products shown at this year's IACP that are available now or will be early next year.
MSAB's ecosystem includes a kiosk for capturing and disseminating data; a desktop or field forensic software tool; and an analysis tool that helps investigators piece together who was using the digital device, when it was used, and for what purpose.
What if you have unidentified remains and no clue as to who the person is? Or blood from a suspect, but no idea of who to look for? Snapshot DNA Phenotyping can analyze an unidentified person's DNA to create a picture of what he or she looks like.
Applications for facial recognition are still being determined, but some of the most common include criminal investigations, identification of people with false IDs, and access control.
Unlike manual techniques, a 3D laser scanner captures millions of data points to create a point cloud map. Multiple 360-degree scans can be combined to create a complete 3D view of a scene that can be revisited later in great detail.