With this integration, the Skydio drone will automatically and securely connect to Wi-Fi when plugged into a power source, at which point the system will automatically upload any new photos or video recorded to Axon Evidence, tagging them with the pilot’s name and additional data necessary for entry into evidence.
November 4, 2021
“This breakthrough technology is a game changer for in-car cameras,” says Blake Bullock, director of Axon Fleet. “We've substantially elevated the simple in-car dash camera to one that can automatically and simultaneously scan plates across multiple lanes of traffic at closing speeds up to 140 mph.
June 30, 2021
The VR Simulator allows trainees to work through complex scenarios that have been refined and validated by a diverse network of first responders and subject matter experts.
May 11, 2021
The deployment, which was part of a slate of police reform laws passed last June, is expected to reach the ranks across the state by the fall.
April 2, 2021
As a Skydio Elite Partner, Axon will be the exclusive reseller and digital evidence management partner of Skydio's products to public safety globally. In addition, the two companies are working on a joint product roadmap that, in the coming months, will lead to integration between Skydio drones and Axon Air, Axon Evidence, and Axon Respond.
March 17, 2021
Green Bay's five-year agreement with Axon is for the hardware, software and training included in the company's Officer Safety Plan. Total value is $3.6 million.
December 18, 2020
More than 200 engineers from across nearly every team in the company came together to build the new features, which are designed to facilitate agencies in increasing transparency, capturing truth, and supporting officer development.
October 28, 2020
Axon has announced several new technology solutions to address the issues now confronting police and the people they serve and protect.
August 25, 2020
Rick Smith, Axon's CEO, says the lawsuit will not have any effect on the company's ability to provide law enforcement agencies with video evidence capture and management tools and less-lethal weapons. "Typically these things take two to four years to sort out," he explains.
January 9, 2020
Axon Records allows agencies to streamline the report writing process so that officers have more time to spend in their community. This RMS is fully configurable, so agencies can create custom forms, workflows and work-groups to meet their specific needs.
October 2, 2019
Axon has announced that the United States Forest Service (USFS) will outfit officers and agents across its law enforcement and investigative agency with Axon Body 2 cameras backed by the digital evidence management system, Axon Evidence (Evidence.com). The USFS has been a TASER Conducted Energy Weapon customer since 2008 and began an agencywide deployment of TASER X26Ps in 2018.
September 30, 2019
Chief Williams said she expects the new "Pointed Gun at Person" (PGP) reports will help the department track how many times officers can de-escalate potentially deadly situations.
August 19, 2019
Axon announced that the Atlanta and Baltimore City Police Departments, both Major Cities Chiefs Association members, will deploy Axon's new TASER 7 weapons and Axon Body 3 cameras as part of Axon's new Officer Safety Plan 7+ (OSP 7+). Orange County (FL) Sheriff's Office will also deploy TASER 7 weapons on OSP 7+.
August 16, 2019
Axon has announced the first successful deployment of its new charitable program Axon Aid, which aims to assist cities following large-scale disasters at no cost to citizens. The first pilot program for Axon Aid launched earlier this month with the Baton Rouge (LA) Police Department before Hurricane Barry hit.
July 31, 2019
Axon's VR training is offered through Axon Academy, a network of online and in-person training for law enforcement. The VR training program is designed to better equip officers with the tools to de-escalate situations involving people suffering from mental health issues, crises, or psychotic episodes.
May 22, 2019