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The Chinese manufacturer's Government Edition platform was created specifically for use by government agencies requiring advanced security.
Researchers are developing a program that uses microphones in protective headgear to analyze the direction of gunfire and send that info to a smartphone.
Police departments have recently started requesting access to home surveillance, whether it’s through smart doorbells or registering home or business surveillance cameras.
A video walking tour shows the mine where teams honed underground navigation and exploration technologies for unmanned systems.
Virginia and Maryland responders participated in a search and rescue exercise that tapped FirstNet's mobile communication links.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has revised its guidance for single sign-on for mobile public safety applications.
A drone platform allows dispatchers to automatically send a unit to emergency locations to give responding rescue teams real-time situational awareness as they approach an emergency site.
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