Motorola Solutions’ M500 video system offers AI-enhanced capabilities that improve officer and citizen safety, video capture, and evidence management.
The AccuRad PRD from Mirion Technologies is an easy-to-use radiation detection tool built for police based on input from police.
The officer shortage and budget woes have law enforcement agencies looking for technologies that help officers do more during their shifts.
Axon’s new VR training system gives agencies the ability to offer quick interactive instruction in the space of an average conference room.
The MobileDetect Bio BCC19 can test officers, non-sworn employees, and prisoners in just 30 minutes.
New analytics software from SAS can alert supervisors when officers need help or are starting to exhibit behaviors that will get them and their agencies in trouble.
The Sky-Hero Loki Mk2, distributed by Aardvark Tactical, is designed to keep officers safer by locating hidden suspects inside structures.
Some agencies already had online citizen reporting tools before the pandemic hit. One of the most popular tools for providing this capability is the Desk Officer Reporting System (DORS) from LexisNexis Coplogic Solutions.
Sessions addressed some of the hottest police technology topics, including facial recognition, personnel management, and video analysis and redaction.
Sessions addressed some of the hottest police technology topics, including body cameras, efficiency tools, and mobile applications.
The preparation of video and audio evidence for public release is overwhelming some agencies. Veritone’s AI-powered Redact application is designed to help.
The company’s Sprint for Justice program is designed to improve training, performance, and transparency.
Versatile Information Products’ Puma PTS body worn camera and Puma Management Software are designed to be affordable and easy to us.
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