For several states, data collection for traffic and pedestrian stops is becoming a routine requirement for LEOs, and it’s likely that data collection compliance will be expanding nationwide in the near future. Read more →
License Plate Reader (LPR) technology has become an integral part of intelligent transportation systems with widespread applications in smart parking, traffic monitoring and law enforcement. Read more →
When talking about VR or AR, most people will probably think of gaming or entertainment. But the use of Augmented Reality technology is rapidly increasing in many industries, including Public Safety. Read more →
With the help of smart eCitation solutions, agencies are making traffic stops faster and safer for both LEOs and the public.
Here are 4 reasons agencies have retired their paper ticket books: Read more →
While drone technology was a novelty just a few years ago, drones are now considered a necessity for public safety, with agencies leveraging drones to gather information about natural disasters, find missing persons quicker, and ensure the safety of the public and first responders. Read more →
There have been many changes in the job of a law enforcement due to advances in police technology, but there are some aspects of the job that remain consistent. Law Enforcement professionals would prefer to catch criminals than do the less glamorous side of work that they don’t show on “Law and Order” – creating countless incident reports while working a case. Read more →
The growing number of data sources in public safety, like video surveillance, body cameras, LPRs, traffic cameras, and other devices, have given police more evidence to work with to prevent and solve crime in real time. Read more →