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Thomas Quirke, vice president of Motorola Product and Solutions Marketing, demonstrates the APX 7000 multi-band portable radio. Photo courtesy of Motorola Inc.

Motorola Outlines Next-Gen Communications Strategy for Public Safety

May 18, 2010
Motorola's next generation of public safety solutions will maximize operational effectiveness by converging voice, image, data, and video communications from a multimedia, integrated command center and extend the reach of current mission-critical communications networks.

SIG Sauer Launches Facebook Page

May 17, 2010
The goal of the page is to create a place for fans to interact directly with the company and with other enthusiasts, where they can discuss and review SIG's various products, its shooting team, academy and learn about upcoming events.

Panasonic Unveils Toughbook 31 Rugged Mobile Computer

May 12, 2010
Panasonic Solutions Company, manufacturer of durable, reliable Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers, today introduced the Panasonic Toughbook 31, its most powerful fully rugged notebook computer. The new device features enhanced computing capabilities, screen brightness, and battery life.

Digital Ally Enters Law Enforcement Speed Detection Market

May 11, 2010
Digital Ally Inc., which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, today announced the planned introduction of its new handheld LaserAlly LIDAR System for vehicle speed detection.

L-3 Mobile-Vision Introduces Lower Cost In-Car Video System

May 5, 2010
Flashback2-Lite is designed for agencies that don't require wireless transfer and have a minimum of videos to store and manage.
The WatchGuard DV-1 is a police in-car video system that records video in real-time onto rewriteable DVD-Video discs directly in the vehicle without any additional back-office equipment or expense.

WatchGuard Video Wins Expanded Contract from Minnesota State Patrol

May 5, 2010
WatchGuard Video announced today that it has been awarded a state contract for digital in-car video from the State of Minnesota. WatchGuard Video was the only manufacturer awarded a contract for a standalone solution (a digital in-car video system that does not require a backend server computer).

NYC Mayor Announces $110 Million for Midtown Video Surveillance

May 3, 2010
The cameras would give the NYPD extended coverage between 30th and 60th streets and from the East River to the Hudson River. A surveillance system is now in place in Lower Manhattan.

Surveillance Footage Shows Person of Interest In Times Square Bomb Case

May 3, 2010
The footage, which is shot from a vantage point inside a nearby restaurant, shows a slender, balding man removing a garment near what appears to be a piece of luggage.
Getac's B300 rugged laptop with Internet access. Photo courtesy of Getac.

Getac Enables Rugged Laptops for Verizon Wireless Network

April 28, 2010
The certification is beneficial to Getac customers in the public safety, utilities, construction, and military professions who often work in remote areas where coverage is weak, according to the company.
Photo courtesy of Digital Ally.

Ford Police Interceptor Arrives at Fleet Expo With Digital Ally System

April 27, 2010
Since most police cruisers are already limited on space, the DVM-750 helps the department make the most of the space available for their equipment, according to the company.
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