ASIS International announced that Chuck Harold, Security Guy Radio/TV will livestream interviews of ASIS members and industry thought leaders throughout 2018, expanding content delivered on ASIS TV via the ASIS livestream channel, In addition, he will broadcast on behalf of ASIS at select industry tradeshows across the United States. In 2018, Harold will broadcast on behalf of ASIS TV from Black Hat USA and will conduct interviews from the ASIS booth at ISC West and IACP Conference.
Utility, Inc., announced that it will now offer the industry’s first digital crime scene imaging system, the Smart Scene 360™. This new product represents the next generation in the evolution of body camera technology and it is intended to provide a higher level of situational awareness while enhancing mission critical intelligence. Smart Scene 360 —along with Utility’s full suite of products, including BodyWorn™— were on display at the recent IACP expo in San Diego. Utility provided a virtual reality room at IACP so that attendees could personally experience Smart Scene 360.
Patriot eagerly anticipates welcoming Tom Ridge, First Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and former Governor of Pennsylvania as keynote speaker at an invitation-only hosted event to formally introduce its NForce CMR1000 product during the IACP Conference. Limited space is available and Patriot requires certain criteria for attendance.
Patriot’s NForce CMR1000 is the world’s most advanced technology for covert screening and detection of concealed weapons. CMR1000 identifies threats by database comparison of known weapons profiles, and by detection of concealed irregular object mass. Unlike millimeter wave units in use currently, the CMR1000 is far less expensive, easily concealed, and utilizes a single scan for detection, as compared to the numerous scans required by large, expensive and manned static installations.
Netvision will be exhibiting at booth 552 and is excited to introduce its new line of mobile surveillance trailers and pole mount camera systems to the thousands of law enforcement officers who will be in attendance. Their new line of security and surveillance solutions was designed specifically for law enforcement, military, homeland security and emergency management applications.
The complete MicroVu™ HD In-Car Video System is only 4” long by 1” tall and is designed for incredibly easy and unobtrusive use, from initial installation to its unprecedented automatic login & recording capabilities and interoperability.
Digital Ally, Inc. announced that it will introduce a “bullet camera” option for its FirstVu HD™ Officer-Worn Video System at the upcoming International Association of Chiefs of Police (“IACP”) Conference, which is scheduled for October 25-28, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.
VizuCop, an innovative supplier of in-car surveillance solutions engineered exclusively for the law enforcement industry, announced its release of VizuCop 360 systems. From camera capture to proprietary playback software, VizuCop 360’s standard components protect video evidence for court admissibility and VizuCop’s new optional automated archiving system further secures and streamlines evidence management. “Based on our […]
Cars with video camera systems and the development for the police began in the 1980s, but became popular in the 1990s. Below are some of the reasons that explain how the benefits of incorporating agency police car video. Progress In Safety Officer Conducting a study of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) have […]