DIGIDOG made by Boston Dynamics, can climb stairs, search and examine potentially dangerous areas, and carry a small cargo if needed. It can be equipped with optional gear to perform other tasks such as opening doors, recovering objects, and take measurements.
February 26, 2021
"Growing data security concerns over foreign-manufactured technology, mainly from China, has created an immediate need for increased drone production capacity in the United States," said Barry Alexander, chairman and CEO of Aquiline Drones. "Our goal is to not only position our country as a leader in the multi-billion-dollar global drone industry, but also, to reestablish America's manufacturing dominance."
February 8, 2021
Both police departments will be able to easily share related public safety information with nearby Texas cities in the Rio Grande Valley area who also rely on Tyler's public safety solutions. Connecting this crucial information will allow the agencies to spot trends, reallocate resources as needed, and streamline processes.
February 4, 2021
Chief Patrick Kreis says the legislation could make officers criminally responsible if their cameras fail to record an incident.
January 28, 2021
In a video produced by the department, Officer John Azevedo, UAS unit, discusses the department's indoor UAS program. Not only does it have mini drones, but it also make use of micro-drones, which are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.
January 20, 2021
he policy was approved with a modification for the Inspector General to work with the commission's executive committee to develop and ensure a “strong oversight system,'' according to Commission President Eileen Decker.
January 13, 2021
Sgt. Jason Druckenmiller says he conducted a "bake off" between various redaction tools, including Veritone Redact. He found that Veritone Redact could do the job in 25 minutes while the others required as much as one hour and 20 minutes.
December 30, 2020
Companies on the entity list are legally prohibited from acquiring access to U.S technologies without specially approved licenses.
December 23, 2020
The acquisition establishes RollKall as the largest provider in the space—having enabled more than $1 billion in off-duty payments.
December 14, 2020
The FBI is expanding its usage of FirstNet, awarding AT&T a mobility contract for additional FirstNet capabilities to support the FBI’s day-to-day and emergency operations. The agreement, valued at approximately $92 million, is the largest commitment to FirstNet by a law enforcement or public safety agency.
December 9, 2020
Brother will provide field-ready printer and accessory bundles that include the popular Brother PocketJet full-page mobile printer, the ruggedized RuggedJet 4" thermal receipt and label printer, and Brother’s newly introduced high-speed industrial barcode label printers. These enterprise-grade bundles will be paired with Getac’s devices including laptops and tablets.
December 7, 2020
The move made Jackson, which has struggled to keep up with advances in high-tech crime-fighting, one of two dozen places in the country where police agencies inked deals this year with Fusus, a small Georgia company that aims to make it easier for American law enforcement agencies to build networks of public and private security cameras.
December 2, 2020
The Thursday Nov. 18 session of the POLICE Technology Experience (PTE) will focus on Crime Analysis Software and Facial Recognition. It is sponsored by Clearview AI, CrimeCenter Software, and Uncharted Software (GeoTime).
November 12, 2020
The company's new Thin Blue Line and American Flag speaker mics, come in wired and wireless shoulder mic options.
November 5, 2020
The Thursday Nov. 12 session of the POLICE Technology Experience will focus on solutions for improving Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management Systems (RMS), and jail management solutions.
November 4, 2020