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NYPD Squad Cars to Get Panasonic Tablets
NYPD Squad Cars to Get Panasonic Tablets

November 14, 2014
By the end of the year, the NYPD will be getting 6,000 Panasonic FZ-G1 Toughpad tablets — one for every squad car — as well as up to 41,000 smart phones that will be handed out to cops departmentwide. More Here.

North Carolina Agency First in Nation to Wear Panasonic's New Body Cameras

May 21, 2015
Fayetteville Police Chief Harold Medlock says he is looking at a Panasonic body camera model for his department that would cost the city about $150,000. That cost, he told the City Council during Wednesday night's budget workshop, would be the 50 percent local match required if his department is successful at winning grants from the N.C. Governor's Crime Commission and federal program

Panasonic G1 Docking Station
Panasonic G1 Docking Station

June 26, 2014
With the popularity of tablets on the rise today, D&R Electronics is releasing its new rugged slim line Panasonic G1 Docking Station. Using advanced engineering, and designing around Panasonic-supplied components, the G1 Dock is ready to be installed in your

Video: NYPD Squad Cars to Get Panasonic Tablets
Video: NYPD Squad Cars to Get Panasonic Tablets

November 14, 2014
VIDEO: All NYPD Squad Cars to Get Panasonic Tablets

Panasonic’s Rugged Toughbook 31 Now Offers Up to 18 Hours Battery Life – 27 Hours with Optional Second Battery

January 29, 2015
Panasonic, an industry leader in reliable and innovative mobile computers since 1996, today announced updates to the Toughbook 31, its bestselling fully rugged laptop. The updated Toughbook 31 offers up to 18 hours1 of standard battery life – 27 hours1 with an optional second battery – as well as improved connectivity and significant performance boosts over the previous model

Cyber Security: Locking Down the Databases
Cyber Security: Locking Down the Databases

August 8, 2014
was scheduled to take effect last October, but CJIS decided to extend the deadline to this October. It's not known if it will be extended again this year. "CJIS continually extends the deadline because this is an unfunded mandate so some of these agencies just don't have the funding to become compliant," says Jennifer Shoemaker of Panasonic's Public Sector Team. Complex

In-car Video: Eyes on the Road
In-car Video: Eyes on the Road

October 28, 2014
. Panasonic The Arbitrator 360° HD is Panasonic's rugged mobile digital video evidence capture system. It boasts six cameras for a 360-degree view of the incident. Image quality is 1,080 pixels from the front-facing camera and 720 pixels on the other five. Panasonic says the Arbitrator 360° HD offers the highest quality video capture in the market, and its cameras are based

TASER to Acquire MediaSolv to Broaden Digital Evidence Management Solutions

May 5, 2015
the Evidence.com cloud platform, while simultaneously enhancing and expanding TASER's existing portfolio of products and services. Since 2009, MediaSolv has focused on delivering an integrated product suite, expanding its capabilities in 2011 with the acquisition of Insight Video Net—the core team behind the Panasonic Arbitrator in-car video system. An established leader, MediaSolv delivers

Gamber-Johnson Announces a New Powered Cradle for Panasonic Toughpad Tablet

August 6, 2014
Gamber-Johnson, an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of rugged docking stations and vehicle mounting and long-time partner with Panasonic System Communications Company of North America has announced a new powered cradle designed for the Panasonic FZ-X1 and FZ-E1 rugged handheld tablet.  Gamber-Johnson’s Powered

Kings of the Road
Kings of the Road

May 24, 2015
L-3 Mobile-Vision OEM Micro Solutions Panasonic Patrol Witness

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