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TuffHub Network Hub

August 1, 2008
LEDCO has officially released the TuffHub, the industry’s first MIL-STD-810F vibration tested USB/Ethernet hub. The TuffHub is USB 2.0 certified, making it easy to add peripherals such as GPS, scanners, card readers, and printers. In-vehicle video can also be added via a RJ45 Ethernet port.

Space Saver: WatchGuard's Hybrid Digital Video System

June 1, 2008

WatchGuard's DV-1 in-car video system is designed to take the hassle out of recording digital video. The system burns each event onto a rewritable DVD in the same DVD video format used for standard entertainment DVDs.

Panasonic Upgrades Its Rugged Toughbook 19 Convertible Tablet PC

March 26, 2008
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company, manufacturer of Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers, this week introduced upgrades to its Panasonic Toughbook 19 rugged convertible tablet computer to deliver more computing power and more memory .

Gamber-Johnson Announces New Panasonic Toughbook 30 Docking Station

October 26, 2007
Gamber-Johnson, manufacturer of rugged mobile docking stations and vehicle mounts, has announced the release of the new Panasonic Toughbook 30 Docking Station (CF30).

Steering Wheel Keyboard Holder

October 1, 2007
The StacoSwitch SWKH-UA keyboard holder works on virtually all vehicles with a tilt steering wheel. It is flat, small, light, positioned under the airbag, and can be used without obstructing the horn.

Mobile Data Solutions

May 1, 2007

Perhaps the greatest change in law enforcement technology over the last decade has been the rapid proliferation of computers into patrol cars. The average patrol officer can now be dispatched to a call, write up reports, and receive critical alerts on his or her car computer.

In-Car Computers

October 1, 2006

Time was that the only computer in a patrol car was the Casio calculator inside the duty bag of the driver. Now just a decade later, computers are so common in patrol cars that some have more than one.

Gamber-Johnson Mounting Package for Dodge Charger

August 1, 2006
Gamber-Johnson’s new low-profile console box accessory package designed for the Dodge Charger Police Vehicle enables optimal computer positioning without obstructing vision. It sits low between the seats, and allows clearance for easy radio viewing. The package includes a low-profile console box, computer mounting system, universal dual steel cup-holder, and heavy-duty flip-up armrest.

Miami-Dade Police Buy Panasonic Toughbooks

February 23, 2006
The Miami-Dade Police Department has announced that it will purchase Panasonic Toughbook CF-29 notebook computers.

Info-Cop Voice-Activated Software

August 1, 2005
The new version of Info-Cop allows police officers to use voice commands to control in-vehicle devices such as sirens, scanners, GPS units, and lights. With Speech User Interface technology officers can also gain immediate access to motor vehicle and warrant information in local, state, and federal crime databases just by speaking commands to an in-car laptop.

Palomar Display Products Mobile Computing System

April 1, 2005
The new Trooper II mobile computing system from Palomar Display Products incorporates the latest available technology and utilizes a versatile open design. The system is equipped with a state-of-the-art Intel 1.6MHz Pentium M processor, 512MB of RAM, and a 20GB hard drive that allows for upgrade options.

Machine Language

November 1, 2003

If someone had told me then that Captain Gadget was laying the foundation for the future of police work, I would have pointed and laughed and probably choked on my donut. But now I have to admit that he was.

Hardened Systems

June 1, 2002

Mobile computing technology is changing the way law enforcement officers approach their jobs. It has freed them from in-house report writing and the tedious business of conveying messages through a dispatcher. It puts state and national databases at their fingertips, thereby decreasing wait time for critical information from 15 minutes to as little as 10 seconds. And it has increased officer productivity by as much as 50 percent.

Wireless Communication

April 1, 2002

Every day there seems to be a new invention or upgrade in the area of wireless communications for law enforcement.

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes ...

July 1, 2001

Officer safety tactics have evolved to accommodate the prospect of dealing with suspects via a variety of media, developing a hitherto unknown degree of intimacy with a suspect even as it keeps him at bay.

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