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HGH Infrared Systems' Cyclope Hypervisor to Streamline Multi-site Management

November 3, 2015
HGH Infrared Systems has introduced a new feature to accompany its advanced intrusion detection and tracking software, Cyclope, with the addition of Hypervisor. Ideal for critical sites where multiple Spynel, panoramic infrared thermal imaging surveillance systems are deployed, Cyclope Hypervisor centralizes all data to offer a global geolocation of all events tracked by all Spynels over a common network or across the globe.

Police Body Cameras Spark Debate About Privacy in Tennessee

November 3, 2015
Although Franklin, TN, city officials have already funded a body camera program, they're holding off on rolling out the cameras until state law addresses how best to use them and what footage becomes a public record.

Seattle PD Selects Accenture to Deliver Data Analytics Platform

November 2, 2015
The Seattle Police Department has selected Accenture to design and implement a data analytics platform that will give the Department reliable and rapidly accessible data that will enable it to meet important management and governance objectives and support leadership decision making.

Massachusetts PD Tweets Names of 200 Wanted on Outstanding Warrants

October 30, 2015
Attleboro, MA, police are turning to Twitter to clear outstanding warrants.

Miami Beach PD Uses IPT Radio Batteries to Prevent Communication Failures

October 30, 2015
The Miami Beach (FL) Police Department depends almost entirely on two-way handheld radios for its communications. However, the OEM batteries that powered their radios weren't meeting their needs. So the agency turned to Impact Power Technologies.

Crossmatch Launches DigitalPersona Mobile ID and Commander Applications

October 28, 2015
Crossmatch, provider of livescan, mobile and identity management solutions, announced the launch of the company's new DigitalPersona Mobile ID application and Commander mobile device management software at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference and exhibition.
<p>Baltimore officers show body-worn cameras at press conference. (Photo: screen shot from Baltimore Sun video)</p>

Baltimore PD Begins Body-Worn Camera Pilot Program

October 27, 2015
More than 150 police officers in east, west and central Baltimore were equipped with body cameras Monday — instructed to begin recording their interactions with the public as a first step toward department-wide use of the technology next year.

IACP 2015: TASER Announces Axon In-Car Video System for $499 Per Unit

October 26, 2015
Axon Fleet features a wide-angle lens, HD video capture, a flexible design that allows for quick and straightforward camera swaps, a rear-facing camera, and a pre-event buffer for up to two minutes. Priced at only $499 per vehicle, Axon Fleet brings a simple user experience and unprecedented connectivity at a cost 90% lower than that of traditional in-car systems.

TASER Introduces Next Generation Axon Body 2 Camera with Unlimited HD

October 23, 2015
TASER International, Inc., maker of body-worn cameras and evidence management technology, today announced its new Axon Body 2 camera for $399 with unlimited HD storage included in the unlimited pricing tier for $79 per month. Agencies can now capture HD video evidence without worrying about the cost. TASER anticipates availability for shipment and trials in quarter four of 2015.
<p>Photo: Kustom Signals</p>

Kustom Signals Announces Vantage Body-Worn Video

October 21, 2015
Kustom Signals' new body-worn video product, Eyewitness Vantage, will be available for demonstration at IACP in Chicago.
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