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Defense Technology Introduces 40mm Blunt Impact Projectile Collapsible Gel Rounds

Defense Technology, a brand of The Safariland Group, has announced the release of its 40mm Blunt Impact Projectile (BIP) Collapsible Gel Rounds.

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Civil Unrest Response Equipment

From ballistic protection to batons, these pieces of gear are built to meet your needs in any civil unrest situation.

Less-Lethal Weapons 2014

From ECWs, to sprays, to impact munitions, these less-lethal devices provide options for gaining compliance from individuals and crowds.

Defense Technology Flash-Bang Simulator Training Kit

You want to be as prepared as possible to use less-lethal devices during call-outs. But if you could limit the cost and danger needed to train in their use, why wouldn't you? That's the idea behind Defense Technology's Low Roll Training Simulator Starter Kit.

Tracer T-5 Mobile Computer

Datalux Mobile Computers introduces the 5th generation of its TRACER computer. The Tracer T-5 features a second-generation i5 Intel processor. Leading the way with its space saving all in one design and the industries only steering wheel mounted keyboard.

Safariland Introduces Extended Range Less-Lethal Munitions

Safariland has released five 40-mm, specialty impact rounds that allow corrections and tactical officers to deliver less-lethal munitions to incapacitate an aggressive, non-compliant subject. The Defense Technology rounds can be fired from a variety of 40-mm launchers and provide optimal accuracy from 10–70 meters (about 30–230 feet).

In-Car Computers: Upgrade or Replace?

Much of this decision depends on what make and model of computer you have, what is broken, and/or what you need the computer to do that it isn't able to do now. Sometimes you can do a transplant, and in other situations the best thing is to let it go and give it a decent burial.

How to Buy Mobile Data Products

Have you ever played Technology Buzzword Bingo, or wanted to? It works like this: You get a bingo card with words instead of numbers in the boxes. The words include robust, mesh, cloud, scalable, 3.0, WiMAX, and WAN. Mark off a square every time you hear the salesman say one of the words. The first one to check off five in a row gets to throw the salesman out.

Buying Ruggedized Computers

The most common question law enforcement officials ask me about computers is: "What kind of computer should I buy?" The best answer I have come up with so far is: "It depends."

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Mobile Data: What's new in in-car computing?

The latest in-car computers and laptops for law enforcement.

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