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New Developments in Night Vision and Thermal Imaging

March 26, 2010

The category of devices called "night vision" and "thermal imaging" are used in similar settings and often for similar purposes. Even so, they are distinctly different in both the way they operate and in their capabilities.

Digital Eyes

July 23, 2009

By far the greatest technological innovation in the short history of in-car video has been the advent of digital recording systems. Whether they capture video on DVD discs, hard drive, or flash memory card, digital systems offer much greater resolution and easier and less expensive evidence storage than earlier analog VHS machines.

L-3 Communications EOS Sponsors TREXPO East

July 9, 2009
TREXPO East, the event where first response professionals find everything they need to respond more effectively to emergency situations, announces L-3 Communications EOS (Electro Optical Systems) as the Silver Sponsor for the event in Chantilly, Va., August 18-20.

Extra Sensory Perception

March 1, 2009

Advances in thermal imaging and night vision equipment are making these great law enforcement tools less expensive and easier to use.

Multi-Purpose Thermal Imager

December 1, 2008
L-3 Communications, Infrared Products announced the launch of its much-anticipated Thermal-Eye Renegade-320 thermal imaging system. This single thermal imaging device can multi-task as a handheld, a tripod-mounted surveillance system, and a thermal weapon sight. The new lightweight system provides six hours of operation on four CR123 batteries.

Mobile Data: What's new in in-car computing?

October 1, 2008

The latest in-car computers and laptops for law enforcement.

Lightbars, Camera, Action!

April 1, 2008

Frightening, instructional, oftentimes inspirational, and even entertaining videos come to us via a variety of dashboard cameras mounted inside America's law enforcement patrol vehicles.

L-3 Communications Mobile-Vision New VHS In-Car Recording System

March 1, 2007
L-3 Mobile-Vision has launched a completely upgraded version of the company’s mobile video recording system for law enforcement. The new System7 PRO has been specifically designed to incorporate the benefits of new technologies and yet keep the cost efficiency, reliability, and evidentiary value of its predecessor.

L-3 Communications Infrared Dual-Sensor Camera

June 1, 2006
The Thermal-Eye 2400xp unites visible and thermal imaging in one camera. The 2400xp uses L-3’s Gold-Standard Barium Strontium Titanate (BST) thermal imaging technology to provide a clear 320-by-240-pixel image, while the high-resolution, fully automatic charge-coupled device (CCD) visible camera is equipped with a 25X optical zoom and 12X digital zoom.

How to Train with Simulators

January 1, 2006

Anyone who has ever watched “Star Trek: The Next Generation”—that’s the one with Picard, not Kirk—has probably noticed a special room on the Enterprise called the “Holo-Deck.” The Holo-Deck uses holograms, transporters, replicators, and other unlikely science-fiction technologies to create an immersive virtual reality that can be used by the Enterprise crew for both recreation and ultra-realistic training.

L-3 Communications Motorcycle Digital Recorder

October 1, 2005
With its rugged, reliable, solid-state memory, L-3 Communications’ Flashback CycleVision gives motorcycle officers the ability to digitally record video evidence to enhance their safety while protecting them from unwarranted allegations. Flashback CycleVision’s resistance to shock and vibration and its compact profile make it ideal for motorcycle use. It also uses less than 2 amps of power, so it will not drain the motorcycle’s battery.
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