POLICE Magazine

OCT 2018

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30 POLICE OCTOBER 2018 NDI RECOGNITION SYSTEMS H VERIPLATE MOBILE ALPR Designed specifically for law en- forcement with easy operation, VeriPlate Mobile ALPR reads license plates effortlessly with minimal training to allow us- ers to remain focused on their job. NDI's in-car system features single-screen visibility to syn- chronized hotlists, high-contrast buttons for touch screen operation, integrated mapping and seamless two-way communication with VISCE Back Office for real-time monitoring of alerts from any web-connected work- station or device. VeriPlate's ease of use, efficient operation, and robust alerting features make it an ideal force multiplier for any agency. www.ndi-rs.com/type/mobile-alpr-solutions/ e DT Research DT372AP- TR Rugged GNSS Tablet features the integration of a 7-inch capacitive touch screen, an energy efficient Intel processor, and the positioning receiver with- in a compact, lightweight yet durable package. With Windows operating system and network connection, this tablet is compatible with existing GIS software for mapping applica- tions and brings together the advanced workflow for GIS data capture, accurate positioning, and data transmitting. With the RTK GNSS receiver connected to an external antenna, this powerful tablet enables high precision positioning. Rated IP65 and MIL-STD 810G, the DT Research DT372AP-TR Rugged GNSS Tablet provides real-time survey-grade control points for field applications. https://dtresearch.com/en/Gnss-Tablets/DT372AP-TR.html PANASONIC H ARBITRATOR BODY WORN CAMERA e Arbitrator Body Worn Camera (BWC) takes evidence col- lection to the next level and provides recording in 1080p/720p and 360p for- mats. Featuring a single or two-piece design, the Arbitrator BWC is IP67/MIL- STD-810G rated to provide officers with a better way to capture unbiased, tam- per-proof video in nearly any condition. e Arbitrator BWC seamlessly inte- grates with Panasonic's Evidence Man- agement Software, the Arbitrator 360°HD in-car video systems, and Panasonic fixed-surveillance cameras to create a unified evidence management platform that preserves every link in the chain of evidence. https://info.panasonic.com/arbitrator-arbitrator-bwc.html?CC=PSSNA- 11337&bp=policemag_hardware GETAC H MX50 TACTICAL TABLET Getac's MX50 Tactical Tablet was designed based on feedback from Special Forces and tactical opera- tors. It is MIL-STD 810G and MIL- STD 461 certified and IP67 wa- terproof. Its large, 5.7-inch screen offers a bright, 480 nit sunlight- readable display with glove-touch and night vision capabilities. e chest mount is designed to integrate with a standard issue MOLLE vest, providing hands-free carrying and ease of access. http://us.getac.com XPLORE TECHNOLOGIES XPLORE L10 RUGGED TABLET PLATFORM e Xplore L10 rugged platform offers a variety of tablet con- figurations and a shared accessory ecosystem that sets a new standard in office, vehicle, and field-based computing. Wheth- er your mobile workers prefer a slate tablet, a tablet with a hard- handle and built-in barcode reader option, or a 2-in-1 laptop/ tablet with a full-featured keyboard, the functional flexibility of the Xplore L10 ensures that your workers have the right com- puting tool for their job. www.xploretech.com/us/ L3 MOBILE-VISION H BWX-100 L3's BWX-100 body-worn camera is de- signed to act as an unbiased eye docu- menting critical moments from the offi- cer's perspective. It's equipped with bidirectional triggering capabilities: in-car video ac- tivation, lights, sirens, and accelerated speeds can all trigger the body-worn camera to record. Equipped with an LCD display and capable of recording 12 hours of HD footage on a single charge, the BWX-100 syncs effortlessly with L3 Mo- bile-Vision's new LE Connect evidence management platform to review, redact, and share evidence with a single click. www.bwx100.com LE Hardware DT RESEARCH H DT372AP-TR RUGGED GNSS TABLET Stay connected on duty with this technology built law enforcement tough. Melanie Basich

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