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Innovation And Efficiency: How Hurricane Katrina Birthed Axon’s Goal To Revolutionize Emergency Response

The biggest surprise of Katrina was how poorly coordinated the whole thing was.

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New Technologies from Axon and Its Partners Can Improve Active Shooter Response

“Our core business is making TASERs, body cameras, and evidence management tools,” Axon CEO Rick Smith says. “But we have developed partnerships with companies that have complementary capabilities.”

A Layered Technology Approach to Active Shooter Scenarios

From drones to DEMS, here’s how technology can work together in worst-case situations

VR's Second Act: Axon's New Kit Signals Shift to Realistic, "Anywhere, Anytime" Training

If the story of virtual reality in law enforcement training were told in the form of a three act play, the rollout of Axon's new offering might qualify as a good place to end Act I—where setting, main characters, and plot background have been established, and the "action" begins.

Axon Pauses Development of Active Shooter Response Drone

Nine members of Axon's 13-person AI ethics board have resigned over the project.

Axon Developing TASER Drone for Active Shooter Response

Axon is actively developing a miniaturized, lightweight TASER payload capable of being deployed on a small drone or robot. Axon has begun collaborating with its partner DroneSense on a remote piloting capability and the company's imaging team is developing the targeting algorithms.

Skydio and Axon Announce Integration of Drone Video, Photos into Axon Evidence

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.

The POLICE Video Evidence Roundtable

Four executives from leading body camera and in-vehicle video system makers discuss how their technology supports police agency policies and operations.

Axon's New In-Car Camera Features ALPR

“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.

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Training in Virtual Reality

Axon’s new VR training system gives agencies the ability to offer quick interactive instruction in the space of an average conference room.

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