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Beverly Hills Police Department Equips Mobile Command Center with Utility's Rocket During Golden Globe Awards
THE SOCIAL NETWORK wasn't the only big winner at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards last month. As part of its security detail, the Beverly Hills Police Department was able to successfully stream surveillance video from the event back to the station and out to other officers in the field via Utility, Inc.'s mobile communications gateway, The Rocket.
Matrox Graphics has announced the Maevex 5100 Series video over IP solution will be shipping mid-April and priced for unprecedented price-performance value. Maevex enables the extension of Full HD quality video over standard IP networks for digital signage, collaborative video walls, manufacturing and automation, process control, and many other applications.
The University of Nevada, Reno's newest mountaintop camera at Lake Tahoe has just been installed, and has been tracking the smoke from the King Fire in El Dorado County, Calif., which has been inundating the Tahoe Basin and Reno area with smoke in the afternoons.
Data911's new Verus HD Digital Video System is a complete mobile video management solution specifically designed for Public Safety and Law Enforcement agencies. Verus brings the very latest in-car video technology and is unique in that it utilizes open standards HD/IP cameras and can flexibly support a wide variety of configurations and special uses.
Motorola Solutions Inc. has announced the newest version of the MVX1000 Digital In-Car Video System R1.2 and Real-Time Video Intelligence R1.1 products that demonstrate Motorolaís leadership in public safety video technology.
Matrox Graphics Inc. has announced a new software release for the Matrox Extio F2208 dual-monitor and Matrox Extio F2408 quad-monitor KVM extenders. The comprehensive package enables a variety of new multi-display configuration opportunities that includes support for two PCIe interface cards, main units and Extio F2408E Expander boxes to drive up to 16 displays - plus keyboard, mouse, audio and up to eight additional USB 2.0 ports - at a distance of up to 1 km from a single PC.
Law enforcement and military services have remained a big challenge even in the technology rich 21st century. Creating a safe environment for civilians and dissolving crime usually involves taking risks and maintaining effective communication methods. Nonetheless, meaningful progress has been made on that front. Here are some of the standout technologies for law enforcement in 2014.
Data911 is pleased to announce the release of the Verus ‚ÄúSolo,‚ÄĚ a standalone configuration of our cutting edge Verus HD Digital Video System. The Solo contains all of the features and benefits of the Verus system with the additional ability to function autonomously without an in-vehicle PC running. Both Verus systems utilize open standards HD/IP cameras and can flexibly support a wide variety of configurations and special uses.
NICE Systems and CloudScann Provide a New Perspective on Security and Safety with Mobile App Solution
NICE and CloudScann partner on integrated mobile app, initially deployed at NJ TRANSIT, that vastly extends situational awareness and expedites critical response...
VIEVU the industry leader in body worn video (BWV) has announced the availability of its LE3, a major upgrade to the company's industry-leading wearable. The LE3 is a highly secure HD video camera designed for law enforcement's usability and evidence standards.
VIEVU Integrates Net Transcripts Transcription Services into VERIPATROL Video Evidence Management System
VIEVU, a leader in body worn video (BWV) for law enforcement, security, and emergency responders, announced a partnership with Net Transcripts that will integrate transcription and translation service into VERIPATROL, its highly secure video evidence management software, to provide rapid and cost effective transcription from video evidence collected in the field for later use in the courtroom.
FirstResponder.gov, a section of the Department of Homeland Security‚Äôs Science & Technology Directorate that provides first responders with information on technology, resources, programs, and the like, has posted the Video Quality in Public Safety (VQiPS) video. This 100-second-long overview of the VQiPS program is intended to assist the first responder community in clearly defining and communicating their video quality needs.