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By Law and Order Staff

LAW and ORDER: News IBM, Motorola Solutions, Mutualink, Iowa Statewide Interoperability Board, PursuitSAFETY (Dallas Police Department)

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Nov 2012)
 

Raytheon and Twisted Pair Solutions Unveil Next-Generation Dispatch Center

By Jennifer Gavigan

Raytheon and Twisted Pair Solutions Unveil Next-Generation Dispatch Center

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Aug 2013)
 

Motorola Solutions' Connected Patrol Vehicle

By Law and Order Staff

Officers need real-time information and integrated vehicle controls. In Motorola Solutions’ Connected Vehicle, officers have a virtual partner that scans their environment with automatic license plate recognition and video cameras; automates their lights, sirens, gun-lock and radio; and connects them to mission-critical intelligence through a public-safety broadband network, mission-critical voice communications, data video and other applications.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Aug 2013)
 

Police Walkie Talkies: From Primary to Backup

By Kahn, David, Levine, Ronald

Analog radios have many advantages over Project 25 digital radios, but analog is not perfect. We highlight some solutions to consider as you look to bring your agency up to date.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Feb 2012)
 

Motorola Solutions' Connected Patrol Vehicle

By Police Fleet Manager Staff

Officers need real-time information and integrated vehicle controls. In Motorola Solutions’ Connected Vehicle, officers have a virtual partner that scans their environment with automatic license plate recognition and video cameras; automates their lights, sirens, gun-lock and radio; and connects them to mission-critical intelligence through a public-safety broadband network, mission-critical voice communications, data video and other applications.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Nov/Dec 2013)
 

Ruggedized Tablets for Patrol and TacOps

By Susan Geoghegan

Today’s police officer requires a computer that is both compact and rugged. While a tablet PC offers greater mobility than a laptop, it also presents certain challenges. Among these are the lack of a traditional keyboard, shorter battery life, the durability to withstand harsh conditions, and the robust processing power needed to run multiple applications from a police car. As agencies segue from laptops to the enhanced mobility of tablet PCs, industry leaders continue to address these challenges. A broad spectrum of semi- and fully rugged tablets are now available, with user-friendly touchscreens and optional keyboards, high-performance processing systems, and extended battery life.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2014)
 

The Latest in Mobile Digital Video

By Susan Geoghegan

Today’s digital video capabilities include pre- and post-event recording, high image resolution, quick data transfer, and multi-camera options.

(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager May/Jun 2013)
 

Trends in Command Vehicles

By Kathy Marks

Mobile command centers are used for a wide variety of police tasks. Mobile command vehicles are being used extensively, in both major urban centers, and in rural areas with poor communications without the available satellite communication.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2014)
 
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