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<p>ARAS&#39;s Reality provides customers with an intuitive and user-friendly interface enabling them to quickly generate precision diagrams with stunning details and graphic realism.</p>

FARO Acquires ARAS 360 Technologies

February 6, 2015
FARO Technologies, Inc., maker of 3D measurement, imaging, and realization technology, has announced the acquisition of ARAS 360 Technologies, a global leader in the development of accident and crime reconstruction, simulation and animation software.
<p>Cleveland chose Taser International&#39;s AXON flex and body cameras and bought a five-year subscription to (Photo: TASER International)</p>

Cleveland Officers Now Wearing TASER Body Cams

February 5, 2015
The chief said that the department will give officers time to become accustomed to the technology. But eventually officers will face discipline for failing to turn on their cameras or upload footage. Discipline would begin with a written reprimand. Subsequent infractions could lead to a 10-day suspension.

Battle Lines Forming Over Public Access to Videos from LAPD Body Cams

February 5, 2015
At two recent community meetings on the body camera issue, police commissioners and top brass heard from residents who questioned why the public would not get to see the footage. Many said that by withholding the recordings from the public, the department would undermine the transparency and officer accountability touted by proponents.
<p>Photo: Sonim</p>

Sonim Deploys Firstnet Ready Xp7 Smartphones for Public Safety Agencies

February 4, 2015
Sonim Technologies, maker of tough mobile phones for public safety applications and use in extreme environments, announced that its ultra-rugged XP7 LTE Android smartphones will be used in a demonstration of emergency communications during the International Ski Federation's Alpine World Ski Championships beginning this week in and around Vail, Colo.

Boeing Partners to Develop New Criminal History System for Minnesota Criminal Justice Agencies

February 4, 2015
Boeing announced today it will develop a new automated criminal history system for the state of Minnesota that will enhance access to critical data, enabling criminal justice agencies to better execute their mission.

DNA Technology Cracks 1981 Cold Case in Minnesota

February 3, 2015
Law enforcement officials are still not sure how the body of 17-year-old Carolyn Lee Andrew ended up in a shallow grave in Duluth's Twin Ponds in 1981. But thanks to DNA technology, nearly 34 years later, authorities believe they've finally determined the identity of her killer.

ShotSpotter to Detect Gunfire in Six New Cities

January 30, 2015
SST, Inc., the maker of ShotSpotter known for gunfire detection, location, alerting and analysis, announced it is now deployed in more than 90 cities worldwide, with six new cities signing up in the second half of 2014 to bring ShotSpotter to their communities.

HGH Spynel Cams Detect UAVs With IR Thermal Imaging

January 30, 2015
In the latest string of White House security breaches,a 4-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle flew over and then crash-landed on the south grounds of the White House without triggering any security alarms. The Spynel cameras from HGH Infrared Systems are specially equipped to detect these types of threats using high-resolution infrared thermal imaging technology.

MSAB Releases Lightweight, Portable Tablet for Rapid Data Extraction from Devices in the Field

January 30, 2015
Tablet offers a touchscreen interface based on MSAB’s XRY extraction engine. It enables users to perform logical data extractions in minutes. The speed that Tablet offers users coupled with the mobility it affords will allow for more rapid triage of data and actionable intelligence while in the field on its large 11-inch display. It also allows for customizable workflow configurations that enable administrators to structure access for a wide array of users for organizations of any size. 

Pennsylvania 9-1-1 Center Implements New World Software Solution

January 29, 2015
The city selected New World because it needed a system capable of handling validation and separation between computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records management system (RMS) entries. The city also needed a system capable of integrating records sent by police, fire, and paramedics. Finally, the new system needed to support multiple jurisdictions within the region.
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