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Panasonic has launched the 2018 version of its 2-in-1 detachable laptop, the Toughbook 20. At 3.9 pounds, this fully rugged laptop is suited for today’s workers on-the-go, the company says.
Xplore’s ruggedized, mobile law enforcement tablet PCs move easily from the patrol car to any situation where the police can safely record information and access secure CJIS information. With in-vehicle and mobile wireless connectivity, Xplore’s vibration-resistant and extreme temperature-resistant tablets survive the patrol environment, according to the company, and feature ID barcode scanners as well as E-citation abilities.
Ganz Security’s LightGuard flashlight camera/recorder is an IP66-rated, 1080p portable camera and flashlight that incorporates switchable far/near LED light, IR lighting, an onboard screen for local playback and an SD card for recording. It also has an emergency notification alarm for additional safety and an RFID reader capability for route patrol recording.
Information Builders has launched its Accelerators, a set of pre-configured analytical capabilities. These vertical-specific accelerators — including one for law enforcement — provide data management, integration and analytics necessary to explore data and answer common industry questions. The Accelerator helps agencies “identify key trends and various risk factors through a variety of predefined content that allows officials to understand the dynamics and relationships between diverse data points.”
LensPen says its molecular carbon cleaning technology is now available in a new line specially designed for law enforcement. LensPen is used to clean scopes and night vision goggles of tactical units, lenses on forensic photographers’ cameras, even the lenses on dashboard and body cameras. The technology consists of a retractable natural brush at one end and a cleaning tip at the other. Every time you twist the cap back on, the carbon in the cleaning tip is recharged and each product will provide more than 500 cleanings, according to the company.
DT Research’s vehicle mount tablet solution includes a 12.5-inch, full HD display tablet with a slim folding keyboard cradle. The IP65 military standard DT325T tablet can be used in and out of vehicles or wall mounted. It was designed with support for Windows Hello face authentication and optional 4K Ultra HD displays. The tablet includes DT Research’s hot-swappable battery pack to avoid downtime in time-critical situations as well as an optional camera, RFID reader, GNSS, 2D barcode scanner and optional mobile broadband connection.
Mobile Innovations says its solution for secure mobile data is now available, in the form of a fully-loaded Darta Fleet Solutions Dodge Enforcer, featuring Samsung DeX Station with USB, HDMI and Ethernet connections.
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Roshel Defence Solutions has introduced its new Observation and Video Surveillance Armoured Vehicle based on Toyota Land Cruiser V8 (J200) and specifically designed to provide border patrol and law enforcement agencies with “observation, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities to facilitate their missions in various terrains.”  
MSAB has announced the expansion of its mobile forensic ecosystem solution with the addition of one new product and improvements to three existing ones, which will give law enforcement agencies new capabilities to:
DJI has unveiled AeroScope, its new solution to identify and monitor airborne drones with existing technology that can address safety, security and privacy concerns.
B-Cam Ltd., a supplier of body-worn security cameras, has unveiled its new Compact camera.
Voodoo Tactical has developed a nine-inch tactical boot available in desert tan roughened suede and black action leather.
Code 3, a manufacturer and developer of light and sound emergency products, has launched the wireless quad camera system.
Safariland’s Hardwire soft armour ballistic panels are manufactured from interlaced Dyneema fibers pressed under 25 million pounds of force at precise temperatures, says the company, which turns multiple layers of fibers into a single system. As the ballistic panels dissipate bullet energy, less material is required, reducing overall panel weight. Level IIIA armour weighs 68 pounds per square foot.
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