POLICE Magazine

SEP 2018

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26 POLICE SEPTEMBER 2018 Mobile Technology 2018 Use these high-tech tools to enhance your capabilities on duty when rolling in your mobile office. Melanie Basich AXON H AXON FLEET 2 Axon's second generation in-car video system, Axon Fleet 2, incorporates a variety of upgrades in direct response to feedback from law enforcement users. e Axon Fleet 2 system includes redesigned front and back cameras and retains its predecessor's cloud-connected architecture for an easy-to-use and intuitive in-car system. Axon developed its in-car video system as a streamlined, connected ap- proach for law enforcement to securely share critical video evidence. e cloud-based product allows users to capture and upload video footage directly to Evidence.com, which is hosted on the Microsoft Azure secure cloud platform. e Axon Fleet 2 solution includes two complete sets of hardware and an Evidence.com license with unlimited storage. ht tps://w w w.axon.com/products/fleet2 BROTHER MOBILE SOLUTIONS H RUGGEDJET 4200 MOBILE PRINTER FOR ECITATION Brother's new RJ4200 mobile printer series for public safety industry is the latest addition to the company's popular RuggedJet family of compact mobile eCitation, receipt, and label printers. Ultra-compact and ergo- nomic, the RJ4200 is engineered to deliver major improvements in performance, ruggedness, connectivity, integration, deployment, battery power, and mounting options. Mobile Deploy comes standard with the new series. w w w.brothermobilesolutions.com/ruggedjet COGNITEC SYSTEMS H FACEVACS-DBSCAN LE FaceVACS-DBScan LE from Cognitec Systems is made to enable fast import of video footage and detailed investigations of the extracted facial images. e software also compares facial images from any source to multi-million image databases and creates a match list of the most similar faces. Inves- tigators can use image enhancement tools to improve match results, and then perform side-by-side inspections. ht tp://w w w.cognitec.com/facevacs-dbscan-le.html ELSAG BY LEONARDO H ELSAG ALPR MAKE, TYPE AND COLOR RECOGNITION Leonardo has added the Make, Type and Color Recognition feature called ELSAG MTC to the EL- SAG Enterprise Operation Center (EOC). Using advanced computer vision software, ELSAG ALPR data can now be processed to include the vehicle's make, type, and general color. e solution active- ly recognizes the 34 most common vehicle brands on U.S. roads. Additionally, the software can iden- tify unique vehicle markings like a pedestal spoiler or bumper sticker. ELSAG MTC works in near real-time to append the information to the ELSAG ALPR records in the EOC. End users can choose from either a hardware or cloud-based solution depending on their needs. leonardocompany-us.com KUSTOM SIGNALS INC. H EYEWITNESS HD & VANTAGE INTEGRATION Kustom Signals' Eyewitness HD (EyeHD) can now be integrated with Eyewitness Vantage body-worn cameras. Vantage files are downloaded directly into the EyeHD DVR. Once transferred, they can be played on the in-car monitor where stop and hold classifica- tions can be set and then wirelessly transferred with the ICV files to Eye- witness Data Vault file management system. It's designed to allow agencies to capture the whole event by integrating in-car and body-worn video with Kustom Signals' versatile Eyewitness video products. ht tp://kustomsignals. com/products/product _category/category/ Video L3 MOBILE-VISION INC. H LE CONNECT L3 Mobile-Vision's BWX-100 body cam and LE Connect evidence management platform are de- signed to allow agencies to create actionable Intelligence for better policing and safer communi- ties. ey capture unbiased HD-quality footage you can manage through intuitive software and advanced redaction tools. And with one simple click, users can share that evidence with officers, agencies, and the courts while maintaining a clear-cut chain of custody. w w w.mobile-vision.com

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