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Tactical Motorized IR Zoom System

Zistos' Tactical Motorized IR Zoom System includes an articulating motorized pole, a five-inch display, and the ZistosHD 10X IR Zoom camera.

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Dallas PD, Motorola Launch Pilot Program to Increase Community and Officer Safety

The Dallas Police Department, Safer Dallas, and Motorola Solutions have announced the launch of a six-month pilot program that will connect cameras at local businesses to the Department's Real-Time Crime Center to facilitate collaboration.

HD 10X IR Zoom Camera

The Zistos HD IR Zoom Camera is a self-illuminated, high definition, day/night, zoom camera with a 10x optical zoom—making it well suited to tactical applications.

Mobile Technology 2018

Use these high-tech tools to enhance your capabilities on duty when rolling in your mobile office.

360-Degree Cameras

360-Degree Cameras from Bounce Imaging ensures there will be no blind corners.

Deployment Strategies for Handheld Thermal Imagers

Forward-thinking agency heads and even individual officers or agents are no longer waiting for someday because they realize the needs are great and the cost of handheld thermal technology is now within reach of nearly any group or professional.

Explorer 360° Camera Systems

Bounce Imaging’s 360° cameras allow many users to see and record in all directions at the same time, right on their smartphone – to provide total situational awareness.

Panasonic to Unveil 4 x 4K i-PRO Extreme Multi-Sensor Camera at ISC West

Panasonic System Solutions Company of North America will unveil what the company calls the industry’s first quad 4K Multi-Sensor video surveillance camera at ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas.

Hanwha's Wisenet extraLUX Feature Brings Color Night Vision to X Series Cameras

Using a Hanwha motorized vari-focal lens with an f-stop of.94 and a ½" CMOS sensor, extraLUX provides clearer, sharper images than ever before, according to the company.

Some MN Police Departments Considering Testing Gun Cameras

A small number of Minnesota police departments are showing interest in a new type of video camera that can be mounted directly on officers' guns, saying it may offer a better view of officer-involved shootings than body cameras.