Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

vehicle

Automated license plate readers (ALPRs) are a specialized camera often mounted on police cars that can scan at speeds of up to 60 plates...
command center

Today's increasingly complex public safety situations call for new approaches that are built on integration and automation and are constantly evolving. A new platform...
transparency

A new addition to an officer's gun will enable policemen to have more transparency with the public. Including their body cameras, police officers’ guns now...
Police

As body cameras get cheaper and the market gets more competitive, the largest supplier of law enforcement body cameras in the U.S., Axon, is...
recognizing faces

Thermal cameras are all over the modern battlefield, from intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets such as drones or vehicle and dismounted targeting systems. But...
radar

DeTect has completed the commissioning of a HARRIER Ground- Based Sense-and-Avoid (GBSAA) radar in Spain. The system, supplied to a provider of aerial emergency...
firefighters

Developing any new product for first responders requires complex and resource-intensive testing. Testing interfaces in real emergencies could expose first responders to high risk....
emergency

A new service, Responder-to-Vehicle (R2V), protects first responders and motorists by delivering real-time alerts to drivers and connected cars via smartphone apps and in-vehicle...
future forces

Interested in innovation in the defense and security field? Join us on May 9, 2018 and learn from the leading defense industries and the...
stadium

In the age of unmanned aerial vehicles proliferation, securing large events has become a complex task. UAVs are becoming increasingly more popular and capable,...
facial recognition

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a more frequent means for developing facial recognition technologies. Dahua Technology USA has unveiled new AI-based solutions. The IPC-HF8242F-FR...

New data demonstrates that only a tiny proportion of crime guns in Chicago were ever reported stolen to the Police Department. That and other...
smart camera

Artificial intelligence is changing the way cameras work, leveraging these devices into analytical tools based on data. A new breed of chips tuned for...
indoor inspection

One of the challenges of flying drones indoor in complex and confined spaces or in contact with humans is the risk of collisions and...
situational awareness

Security and operations control systems, such as video surveillance systems, are getting increasingly complex and they produce more and more data that is hard...
future forces

Where Will You Be on May 9, 2018? Join us and learn from the leading defense industries and the best experts about the latest...
facial recognition

China has invested heavily in facial recognition technology for its law enforcement. China’s President Xi Jinping is supposedly enthusiastic about ways to use artificial...
iphones

iPhones encrypt user data by default. Those in physical possession normally cannot access the phone’s data, such as contact list, saved messages, or photos,...
future forces

Where Will You Be on May 9, 2018? Join us and learn from the leading defense industries and the best experts about the latest...
gun manufacturers

Over the backdrop of the February shooting at the Parkland school comes a new development in the US gun control debate. Bank of America...
first responders

First responders may utilize the computing power of a smartphone throughout the workday to complete myriad tasks requiring connectivity in the foreseeable future, according...
public safety

The public safety community has long called for mobile broadband to support its mission to save lives. With the adoption of LTE mobile broadband...

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