IntraLogic Solutions recently completed the design and installation of the Town of Brookhaven’s $961,000 Public Safety Communications Center. The new state-of-the-art, high-tech communications center makes it easy for the Town’s public safety officials and dispatchers to communicate with other municipalities, including local fire and EMS departments and agencies from outside the area, as well as other emergency officials.
On a mission to create safer communities, companies, and environments, Vintra uses artificial intelligence to augment the established surveillance systems deployed to protect the spaces where people work, learn, and travel. Vintra works with private companies, higher education, and law enforcement to transform visual data from any camera—including, remarkably, mobile sources like drones and dash cams—into actionable, tailored and trusted intelligence with proprietary deep learning algorithms.
The Armored Group, LLC (TAG) have joined forces. TerraHawk will be rebranded as TerraHawk built by TAG Specialty Vehicles. The company will offer SWAT teams, border patrol teams, private security teams and others in high-risk situations armored and unarmored vehicles outfitted with protective elevated surveillance towers. These towers provide viewing from high vantage points giving responders better sight lines which may be critical to positive resolutions.
In a landmark ruling, the Illinois Supreme Court today held that consumers can sue for violations of their privacy under the state’s biometric privacy law, even if no actual harm could be shown.
The case, Rosenbach v. Six Flags Entertainment Corp., concerned a 14-year-old boy who was asked to scan his thumb into a biometric data capture system before receiving a season pass to a Six Flags amusement park. The boy and his mother claimed they were not informed of the purpose and length of term for which his fingerprint had been collected and neither of them had signed a release for the taking of the biometric information, in violation of the state’s Biometric Privacy Information Act.
Intelligent Security Systems has been awarded a coveted Security System Approval Certificate from Dubai’s Security Industry Regulatory Agency (SIRA) for the company’s innovative SecurOSä Video Management System (VMS), SecurOS Auto License Plate Recognition (LPR/ANPR) analytics and unique SecurOS Motus 452 Camera for use in law enforcement applications. The combined VMS, analytics and camera solution delivers a number of unique advantages including the ability to accurately read and recognize Arabic symbols and numbers, making it uniquely suited for Dubai license plates.
Tripwire Operations Group will host the international BRAVO-3 Training Conference & Vendor Show in Daytona Beach, Fl., March 4-6, 2019. This all-inclusive, multi-discipline event will offer unsurpassed training opportunities for those in all emergency services vocations. Police/SWAT, fire, HAZMAT, EMS, Bomb Squad (HDS/EOD) technicians, K9 teams, and specialized members of the military, can benefit from the conference.
The Sperry West Sperry-Spyder, SWLEF70 Magnum is a quick way to set up an interview room for professional archiving and monitoring. Clear audio is recorded and can also be monitored live through an amplified audio receiver or through the video monitor supplied. The Magnum system comes with two covert cameras to be selected by the department, 17-inch LCD video monitor, 4 channel, motion sensing, digital video recorder (500GB H.264), high quality snap together cable for rapid set up and amplified audio is included in this law enforcement only system.
Genetec is unveiling AutoVu MLC (AutoVu Machine Learning Core), a new machine learning-based engine for Security Center AutoVu™, its automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) system. AutoVu MLC replaces traditional rule-based ALPR technology with machine learning-based algorithms to reduce common ALPR misreads and false positives. A trusted supplier of ALPR monitoring systems, AutoVu serves end-users in law enforcement, parking, and critical infrastructure.
Company to demonstrate Citigraf™ public safety decision support system, Clearance™ digital evidence management system and Community Connect™ public-private collaboration framework
Genetec will showcase a comprehensive portfolio of products designed to enable communities and law enforcement agencies to foster greater collaboration through technology and to build-out Strategic Decision Support Centers (SDSC) uniquely designed to meet local neighborhood requirements.
Pinecrest police officers now receive roll call briefing information via a web-based application – an initiative that uses technology to better relate to the incoming workforce and increase efficiency. Technology has touched most police procedures, but one that has not changed much in 40 years is the roll call briefing. Police Chief Samuel Ceballos, Jr. presented the virtual roll call idea to the Florida International University School of Computing and Information Sciences senior class. He proposed they develop the digital solution for their Capstone Project, and they accepted the challenge.