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<p>Iris Covert Mobile Surveillance Platform (Photo: Point Blank Enterprises)</p>

Point Blank Enters Surveillance Vehicle Market with Iris Covert Product Line

February 16, 2017
Point Blank Enterprises has announced its entry into the surveillance vehicle market with the introduction of the Iris Covert product line, a next generation vehicle-based video surveillance platform designed to change the way law enforcement can safely collect, process, and transmit high-definition audio and video.

NYPD Plans to Outfit All 23,000 Patrol Officers With Body Cams

February 13, 2017
New York City police plan to put body cameras on all 23,000 of its patrol officers by 2019, and agreed to a five-year $6.4 million contract with Vievu for 5,000 body cameras and a cloud-based storage system.

Video: VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

February 10, 2017
The Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office is the first police agency in the country to use a new technology to help injured officers. The Automatic Injury Detection Panels fit on officers' vests and they can detect when an officer has been shot or stabbed.

TASER Makes Two Acquisitions to Create “Axon AI”

February 9, 2017
The addition of artificial intelligence to Axon's upcoming records management system (RMS) has the potential to automate the collection and analysis of virtually all information in public safety while extracting key insights never before possible. TASER CEO Rick Smith says he believes the benefits of this technology will lead to a future of hands-free reporting and real time intel in the field.

FL Deputies Capture Robbery Suspect with Help from NDI License Plate Technology

February 6, 2017
NDI Recognition Systems’ license-plate reader technology helped Volusia County (FL) Sheriff's Office deputies arrest an armed robbery suspect.

Police Union, New York City Agree on Raises and Body Camera Use

February 2, 2017
The NYPD’s largest police officer union has reached a $1.88 billion tentative deal with the de Blasio administration that increases the average rank-and-file officer’s salary by 11.73 percent and requires all patrol cops to wear body cameras by 2019.

L.A. Police Commission Unveils Process That Could Lead to Public Release of LAPD Video

February 1, 2017
On Tuesday, the civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department began a process to review the department's current policy of generally withholding video unless ordered to release it in court.

House Passes Bill to Help First Responders Acquire New Technologies

February 1, 2017
Legislation which will make it easier for first responders to acquire new equipment and technologies they need to respond to evolving threats was passed by the House Monday.

Hackers Hit DC Police Surveillance Cams Days Before Trump Inauguration

January 30, 2017
Hackers infected 70 percent of storage devices that record data from D.C. police surveillance cameras eight days before President Trump’s inauguration, forcing major citywide reinstallation efforts, according to the police and the city’s technology office.

IWCE 2017 Celebrates 40 Years of Educating Communications Technology Professionals

January 24, 2017
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), an annual event for communications technology professionals, offers a comprehensive education program for the communications technology industry, including over 100 sessions to choose from.
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