Law Enforcement Technology

JUL 2015

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COMMUNICATIONS 30 Law Enforcement Technology July 2015 www.officer.com keeping agencies aligned with their products), Mutualink looked at the ability to encompass as many devices under the one umbrella that had the potential to communicate—from radio communications to cellphones and even CCTV. Because of this the com- pany has seen its products deployed in not just the public safety and first responder markets, but federal agen- cies, hospitals, shopping malls, schools and private industry—all with a focus on making their facilities available, should the need arise in a crisis. Mutualink's proprietary software and hardware solutions operate inde- pendent of any need to be linked to a specific provider network or device. It seamlessly integrates into any com- munications technology through their encrypted secure IP-based multimedia overlay network that allows each agency 100 percent sover- eignty over it's communications media. Interoperability is achieved through their proprietary Edge technology installed on IOS and Android devices, and Windows PCs and Network Interface Controllers (NICs) that enable the integration of telephone, radio, video, IP-based communications (VoIP) or data into a secure digital Circle 36 on Reader Service Card Mutualink's Edge technology can be deployed in multiple formats and locations due to its IP-based product. Police departments have the ability to use a desktop workstation (pictured) to connect specific groups or multiple agencies together for incident response.

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