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Durabook S15C - GammaTech

April 29, 2011
Designed for rugged environments, Gamma Tech Computer Corp.'s Durabook S15C has a spill-resistant design that protects the keyboard, touchpad, and switches from spills seeping into sensitive interior parts and anti-shock mounting technology to withstand tough use.

Viper On-Body Camera - Yema Corp.

April 29, 2011
Yema Corp.'s Viper is a body worn mini DVR designed for law enforcement. It features voice activation (VOX), a CMOS Lens, low illumination with high resolution of 2000k pixels, and 640X480 video output.

AutoVu SharpX LPR Camera - Genetec

April 29, 2011
Genetec calls its new AutoVu SharpX the world's smallest high-resolution license plate recognition (LPR) camera. Designed specifically for mobile law enforcement applications, the AutoVu SharpX is capable of reading up to differential speeds over 200 MPH across three lanes of traffic.

LCD Clicker and TurningKey Software - Turning Technologies

March 30, 2011
To assist in law enforcement classroom training, Turning Technologies has released the ResponseCard NXT advanced radio frequency LCD keypad and TurningKey self-paced assessment software. In addition to standard clicker features, ResponseCard NXT provides capabilities such as cell-phone-style text entry.

EnCase Forensic Version 6.18 - Guidance Software

March 30, 2011
EnCase Forensic gives investigators the ability to image a drive and preserve it in a forensic manner using the EnCase evidence file format (LEF or E01), a digital evidence container vetted by courts worldwide. EnCase Forensic also contains a full suite of analysis, bookmarking, and reporting features.

In-Car Video GPS Mapping - Digital Ally

February 18, 2011
Digital Ally has added a mapping feature to its VideoManager software to easily track the location of video taken with its GPS-enabled units. This will allow users to utilize an in-program overhead map to view routes traversed in videos along with the location of "marked" events.

Lobstermount Electronics Mounts - Palmetto West Trading Company

February 18, 2011
Palmetto West Trading Company is the manufacturer of the Lobstermount line of holding devices for handheld electronic products, optics, and photography equipment. Four different bases facilitate mounting.

Perpetrator Moving Target Dummies - Officer Under Fire

February 18, 2011
Officer Under Fire's Perpetrator is a remote-controlled range robot that is human-like in appearance, movement, and tactics, and shoots training projectiles at police officers in the range.

Dictation Software for BlackBerry - Philips

February 18, 2011
Royal Philips Electronics' SpeechExec 2.0 for BlackBerry includes wireless network support and photo attachment capabilities to create an ultra-mobile dictation service. New features were designed to more easily transmit data, include more data in the recording files, and make the smart phone a full-fledged dictation device.

SwitchPlusIP - C4i

February 18, 2011
C4i, Inc. recently debuted the sixth release of its award winning SwitchplusIP product, complete with newly upgraded features. The latest version of SwitchplusIP builds upon the personal phonebook and other features introduced earlier this year.
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