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Digital Inspection Camera - Ridgid

December 1, 2008
The new RIDGID microEXPLORER Digital Inspection Camera is a powerful, handheld, video inspection system that’s portable enough to be carried anywhere. With its waterproof snaking camera head and cable, this completely digital platform allows you to perform and record detailed visual inspections of hard-to-reach areas.

Telescopic Pole Camera for Patrol - TacView

December 1, 2008
TacView is announcing an affordable IR/color telescopic pole camera designed to be carried in a patrol car trunk. Because its original SWAT version was also popular with patrol officers, TacView now has a new version, the TacView PV (patrol version), that is designed to be carried in a patrol car trunk.

VRAD Video Radiological Adapter - Zistos Corp.

November 1, 2008
Zistos Corp.’s new patent pending VRAD Video Radiological Adapter generates an early warning by enunciating radiological alarm events on the surveillance video screen. This can alarm against an act of terrorism or industrial sabotage, using a dirty bomb or radiological materials as a contaminant. The system cost-effectively adds radiological detection into fixed or mobile surveillance camera systems using existing video cameras, cables, and monitors.

Crash Zone and Crime Zone - The CAD Zone

October 1, 2008
Version 8 of CAD Zone’s Crash Zone and Crime Zone program includes new and improved features users have requested, like new animation tools, a new 3D body poser, skid analysis and momentum calculation tools, a 3D stair builder, and a vehicle database. You can also quickly create a movie based on the accurate data you measure at the site.

Legal Software  - SmartDraw

October 1, 2008 has just released SmartDraw Legal Edition 2009, containing enhanced functionality and exclusive new features that help law enforcement professionals create high-impact legal graphics such as timelines, crime scene diagrams, trial graphics, accident reconstruction, evidence and flowcharts, and more in a matter of minutes.

ePolicing GIS - Lightray Productions and Psomas

October 1, 2008
Crime Maps allows users to view updated crime activity anywhere in a police department’s jurisdiction with the new addition of satellite imagery. It is a part of a suite of applications created by ePolicing, a partnership of Los Angeles firms Lightray Productions and Psomas.

SpatialKey - Universal Mind

October 1, 2008
GIS-based data application SpatialKey not only quickly gathers information on suspected criminal incidents and provides them immediately to responding officers, it also tracks patrol locations and monitors their travel routes and speeds, which can be altered to help save fuel and better serve the community.

Mobile Communications Solution - Spillman Technologies

October 1, 2008
Spillman mobile solutions empower you to access and share information anytime, anywhere. Reliable wireless communications that are fully integrated with CAD systems promote faster response and reduce radio traffic while enabling mobile patrol to maintain safe, silent contact with base operations.

Custom Web-Based Scheduling - Scheduline

October 1, 2008
Scheduline uses the convenience of the Web to schedule and communicate with personnel. The secure, scalable system makes scheduling fast and easy from any computer with an internet connection. Personnel can view their own schedules online, and can view or print schedules from any screen.

ArcGIS 9.3 - ESRI

October 1, 2008
Whether you need to perform spatial analysis, manage large amounts of spatial data, or produce cartographically appealing maps to aid in decision making, ArcGIS allows you to use one common platform to meet all your GIS needs. And because ArcGIS is built using technology standards, it will integrate well with your existing systems.
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