Law Enforcement Technology

MAR 2017

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Page 6 of 45 MARCH 2017 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY 7 You can stream too Getac's next-generation Veretos body worn camera delivers 130-degree panoramic 480p to 1080p video, even in low light conditions. Incorporating a wide range of communication features and up to 12 hours of full-shift battery life, the camera provides law enforcement with complete situational awareness in critical scenarios while its design makes starting, stop- ping and streaming video push-button easy. Using its built-in Wi-Fi, officers can stream live video directly to the Veretos Cloud where all videos and officer locations can be seen in real-time on a map by the Command Center to provide complete situational awareness. • Circle 28 on Reader Service Card ★ M O B I L E A N D B O D Y W O R N V ID E O Firmware update for your VISTA WatchGuard Video released a new version of programming for VISTA and VISTA Wi-Fi body worn cameras. VISTA firmware version 2.0 adds new features and system enhancements, in addition to lowering the camera's power consumption to increase battery life by more than 20 percent. • Circle 30 on Reader Service Card ★ 2.0 POV camera TASER's Axon Flex 2, their next generation point-of-view body camera, features a number of improvements: • Increased retention strength by over 300 percent • Fused polymer casing is a solid one-piece design • Enhanced field-of-view from 75 to 120 degrees • HD Retina Low Light Video with dual-channel audio: Video resolution from 480p to 1080p • Automatic activation: A xon Signal allows camera activation from TASER weapons • Uses both Bluetooth technology and Wi-Fi • Pre-event buffer of 0 to 120 seconds • Circle 29 on Reader Service Card ★ Multiply your IR illumination The newly improved IR Zoom Camera (WPC-2.5ZIR) from Zistos Corp. yields 4X the amount of IR illumination as the previous design. This allows the user to see much further in dark environments with more detail while still maintaining stealth. The camera's IR self-illuminated, day/night zoom makes it well-suited for both tactical and search applications. It has a true 10X optical zoom which retains the full image resolution and clarity as it increases. • Circle 27 on Reader Service Card ★ Mini video system The DragonFly, an ultra-mini wireless video system by Integrated Microwave Technologies, features HD/SD-SDI or optional HDMI inputs and deliv- ers up to 50mW of power in a package measuring in at 1.85" by 1.38" by 0.51" that weighs less than 1.2 ounces. IMT's COFDM technology ensures transmis- sion of uninterrupted, live TV pictures over two miles line-of-sight. • Circle 31 on Reader Service Card ★

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