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Spillman Technologies Summit 4.5 Software - Spillman Technologies

January 1, 2006
Spillman Technologies’ Summit 4.5 release is an enhanced software solution that brings together all of the company’s public safety applications into one easy-to-use application. This software offers dual-platform capability, supporting both Windows and Unix operating systems. Features include a new workflow system that provides real-time feedback, a fully integrated message center to perform database queries, and an attractive new interface.

Panasonic 500 NIT LCD for Toughbooks - Panasonic

January 1, 2006
Panasonic’s new 500 NIT display for its Toughbook notebook computers addresses the demand for enhanced outdoor visibility in public safety applications. While Panasonic’s Toughbooks have always offered anti-glare and anti-reflective screens, the new 500 NIT display is 250 to 300 percent brighter than commercial-grade notebooks, making it easier for officers to work in bright daylight conditions.

Matrox Graphics DualHead2Go Monitor Upgrade Device - Matrox

January 1, 2006
Matrox Graphics’ new DualHead2Go is a multi-display upgrade device. It connects to the monitor connector of a computer and adds support for an extra monitor. The computer operating system treats DualHead2Go like a monitor, supporting resolutions twice as wide as standard resolutions. The product uses Matrox’s patent-pending technology that divides monitor output from the computer into two separate displays.

Knowledge Computing Intel Lead Module for COPLINK - Knowledge Computing Company/ i2 Group

January 1, 2006
Knowledge Computing’s new Intel Lead module is an enhanced analytical application that allows law enforcement to more effectively share information and tease qualified leads out of raw data at the earliest stages of criminal and intelligence investigations. This software lets officers enter information from active investigations into a segregated database that continuously searches across multiple databases in the COPLINK node to identify relationships and patterns relevant to an investigation.

Cisco Systems IPICS Communications - Cisco Systems

January 1, 2006
Cisco’s new IP Interoperability and Collaboration Systems (IPICS) technology is a new communication system designed to easily integrate push-to-talk radio systems with other communication resources. These next-generation capabilities are designed to allow organizations to easily collaborate on daily operations, safety, security, and emergency management across different networks—both wired and wireless.

BlueTree Wireless Data Firmware Release 1.2 - Sixnet

January 1, 2006
BlueTree Wireless’ Firmware Release 1.2 for its flagship 4000 IP and 5000 GPS series wireless modems adds significant features and functionality to support an increased number of new applications. New features include port forwarding capabilities and a serial-IP listening socket. The product enhances DSL replacement and network backup, as well as surveillance, control flow (AMR), and SCADA applications using Ethernet.

Memex ConTracker Anti-Fraud Software - Memex

December 1, 2005
ConTracker software from Memex provides intelligence support for law enforcement agencies combating fraud and exploitation of federal relief programs. ConTracker is based on the Memex intelligence system, which provides search and analysis tools across existing source databases relevant to criminal investigation. Initially, ConTracker will be focused on the collection, management, analysis, and dissemination of information pertaining to suspected scams related to disaster relief efforts.

EyeNX LawVision - EyeNX

December 1, 2005
LawVision, an in-car digital video and audio solution for public safety agencies, enables police departments to efficiently update their existing analog vehicle systems with the latest digital technology without having to invest in expensive new hardware. EyeNx provides the software that improves the productivity of the existing in-car equipment regardless of its age. The system also eliminates the VCR that sits in the trunk of the squad car, increasing useable trunk space.

Raven UAV - AeroVironment

November 1, 2005
Ever wished your department had a Predator unmanned aerial vehicle? Well, you probably can’t afford one. However, you can have a UAV. AeroVironment’s Raven is a hand-launched propeller-driven glider that can send live color video back to a ground-based monitor. It’s controlled just like a radio-controlled airplane. Law enforcement applications include surveillance, search and rescue, and other outdoor operations.

i2 ChartExplorer Intel Software - i2

November 1, 2005
New in i2’s family of analysis products is ChartExplorer, an intel enhancement tool for law enforcement that gathers various information from files in the company’s flagship product, Analyst’s Notebook, as well as other documents into easily readable charts. This software allows you to retrieve chart information ranked by relevance, preview it for context, and add relevant items to your investigation analysis
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