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All Traffic Solutions Shows Web-Based Products to State Law Enforcement Leaders

April 26, 2010  | 

All Traffic Solutions gave attendees at the annual State Associations of Chiefs of Police (SACOP) conference in Alexandria, Va., a sneak peak at the company's Web-based traffic safety solutions.

The SACOP membership is comprised of the leaders from each state-level association of law enforcement departments. This group gathers each year to discuss solutions to common law enforcement issues and to share best practices.

All Traffic Solutions delivered two presentations on the Future of Traffic Safety, outlining the transformative effect the Internet will have on law enforcement and specifically on traffic divisions. Attendees were provided an exclusive introduction to the new Web-based offerings All Traffic Solutions will be launching later in the second quarter.

All Traffic Solutions' Vice President Scott Johnson and Sales Manager John Painter discussed the role Web-based smart devices can play in monitoring, capturing, and reporting traffic data. Armed with real-time information, police chiefs will be able to better allocate resources and improve safety outcomes. And with Web-based technology, departments will be able to access and deploy applications without involving the department's IT staff and disrupting daily operations.

Ted Graef, President of All Traffic Solutions, also participated in the presentations and highlighted the advantage of Web-based smart devices in terms of the decreased manpower required to attend to them. The new devices transmit the data, send notifications when batteries are running low, and settings can be changed remotely from a PDA or computer.

"The police chiefs understood that like other industries, the Internet is going to positively change the way they do their jobs and protect their communities," said Graef. "The audience realized that incorporating Web-based smart technology could expand the effectiveness of their force and actually make their communities safer."

Tags: All Traffic Solutions, Traffic Enforcement, Cops Online

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