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GIS mapping system, netbook, mobile hotspot device, scanner
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Language dictionary, PC-over-IP/display, external hard drive, Mini Notebook PC.
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Navigation device, monitor, keyboard and multimedia camera news.
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New technology from V7, Royal Philips Electronics, Targus, Sprint, HTC Corp.
Kingston Technology Company, Tangent, Plus Vision Corp., General Dynamics Itronix
Computer users concerned about security breaches might consider DigitalPersona's U.are.U optical scan fingerprint reader.
The HP Color LaserJet 4730mfp delivers superb document handling.
Lexar's LockTight CompactFlash locks down images on a Nikon D2X digital camera.
Government Technology's products editor puts the Lexmark C762n color laser printer through its paces.
Contemplating the IBM ThinkCentre A51p Tower -- and its sound system.
Our products editor tried on this wearable Web tablet for size.
Lightweight laptop packs plenty of features and a few quirks.
Targus, Buffalo Technology, Philips Electronics, VisiKey, Toshiba, ScriptLogic Corp.
Mapping technology homeland security and public safety initiatives.
Agency deploys data protection system throughout multiple U.S. federal judiciary sites.
Biometric readers deployed for physical access control at Indiana airport.
Missouri agency adds CAD and records management.
Technology verifies inmate and visitor identities at North Carolina county detention center.
Integrated criminal justice database helps track offenders.
Pilot installation of inmate management and officer safety system.
California agency increases accuracy and effectiveness.
Simplifies electronic court filings.
Technology to protect perimeter of three marine terminals, handling approximately 7.3 million tons of cargo including more than 540,000 vehicles annually.
City Hall to deliver real-time data to field inspectors and code enforcement officers.
Denmark streamlines criminal and border patrol identification processes.
Provides police officers and staff with secure access to confidential criminal justice information.
City upgrades from a CDPD network to a 1xRTT network
Policy-enforced software allows secure mobile computing.
Nebrask@ Online's JUSTICE system offers searchable trial court case information.
Agency enhances biometric identification system.
Web-based system automates functions.
High-speed wireless access now available in Smith and McNamara terminals.
Virginia agency adds GPS devices.
DOJ works to improve financial management practices in government.
Twelve courtrooms upgrade systems.
Video system to detect intrusions.
State agencies gain greater access to law enforcement databases.
The site informs Atlanta's residents about crime in their neighborhoods.
Advanced technology to manage emergencies.
Legal professionals get State Supreme Court coverage for online alerts and tracking.
Law enforcement capabilities dramatically enhanced.
System to save department $200,000 per year.
System yielded 36 hits in first 30 days of operation.
Massachusetts sheriff's office monitors offenders.
African nation to detect duplicate passports.
Rhode Island city implements red light camera system.
New Mexico agency deploys criminal tracking system.
Tyler Police Department to record traffic stops and crimes in progress.
Wireless network will support police citywide video surveillance system.
E-filing expands statewide as Delaware Superior Court adds more case types.
Adult probation and parole agency deploys tracking devices.
Service will notify crime victims of offenders' status.
Software to Manage Hotfixes, Patches, Service Packs for Networks
System mobilizes paper-based field information report process.
Provides radio interoperability for first responders.
Integrated palmprint matching ensures higher success rate.
Devices will increase paperless productivity and efficiency.
Ohio agency replaces imaging system.
Nearly 60,000 officers across 6,600 member agencies can now visualize shared multijurisdictional crime information.
New applications to simplify arrest process.
New Jersey agency integrates booking and investigative procedures.
Portable systems to aid state and local law enforcement.
Wi-Fi gives officers and detectives mobile access to data and file reports.
System to map and manage crime information.
Software creates fast, accurate composite sketches of police suspects to help in arrests.
Systems to help enable statewide biometric data sharing.
System to reduce data entry and streamline booking and investigation processes.
Fossil, Suunto, MSN Direct, Acme Portable Machines, Top Layer Networks, Canon
System includes computer aided dispatch and records management.
New system synchronizes more than 400 cameras for enhanced security.
Will help with department investigations and operations.
Wisconsin agency gains computer aided dispatch system.
National program uses iris recognition system.
Regional network links additional jurisdictions.
78% of breath testing officers have renewed their professional licenses online during the last two months.
South Dakota agencies gain integrated applications.
Ohio county gains technology to manage emergencies.
Department's office of homeland security improves emergency preparedness public warning system.
Ohio county gains technology to manage emergencies.
Socket Communications, Barracuda Networks, KVH Industries, NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display, iBiz Technology Corp.
Department of Health inspectors process permits in the field.
N.Y. cities to coordinate emergency resources and responses.
Agreement enables 14,000 bail agents nationwide to buy under one contract
Technology team to build information sharing network to support local law enforcement.
Colorado city expands mobile police and fire unit connectivity.
Texas agency taps the Internet to enhance drug enforcement efforts.
State upgrades network to increase data sharing.
System streamlining information sharing for Nevada city.
Arizona court seeks to speed processes, reduce costs.
Kent and Cook County, Ill., agencies to benefit.
New tools to improve DNA testing.
Boston Municipal Court Department automates legacy systems.
Law enforcement organizations obtain grants for in-car technology.
National Emergency Number Association and VoIP leaders agree to provide emergency service access for VoIP users.
Law enforcement software creates composite sketches of suspects for faster distribution.
Real-time search and retrieval to speed investigations and promote information sharing.
Target notification calls citizens to provide critical information in times of crisis.
York, James City will link 2,000 radio users.
Airport fire and EMS systems to benefit.
Las Vegas tracking system will use radio frequency identification technology to improve passenger safety.
Advanced technology to manage emergencies.
System allows better monitoring of probationers.
Agency expands Law Enforcement Online Network.
Nevada city's system allows better observation and management.
State offers citizens more information via expanded site.
Airline passengers gain high-speed Internet access.
Connecticut cops improve investigation process.
Several agencies using new analytical technologies.
State agencies get live scan booking stations under DHS grant.
Department adds palm print capability, increases efficiency.
New coalition aims to model for law enforcement information sharing.
IP-based network to provide interoperability for city and surrounding agencies.
Georgia city implements secure repository and delivery system.
Virginia city gains wireless data interoperability.
System to enhance recognition capabilities for largest county in Florida.
More than 1,000 officers will use powerful connectivity and productivity tool.
Agency implements fingerprint and smart card authentication.
Department of Corrections streamlines mandated reporting and improves statewide rehabilitation tracking.
Web-based e-billing system to enhance communication and increase efficiency.
Agency to share data, provide online services.
Department reduces cost, enhances treatment for seven-facility network.
Automated system designed to help 901,000 children statewide.
State speeds payment process with automated system.
New system also allows highway maintenance and engineering division to provide online services to the public.
Software replaces paper-based system to improve information-tracking program.
Self-funding purchasing system to reduce costs.
Washington state officers speed up investigation processes.
Police agencies get next-generation information tools for wireless devices.
System will enable integrated identification capabilities for largest city in Canada.
New Internet-based technology to provide facility information of all high schools, help first responders prepare for emergencies.
City may recover millions in unpaid fines.
Louisiana city uses mesh technology to expand wireless access downtown.
Voting machines deployed in several counties.
System proves efficient and rapid in transmitting data.
Office of Public Health adopts tablet PCs.
Transportation Department adopts online training system.
Real-time online customer service among the new features available at www.alabama.gov.
Wireless PCs are part of city's five-year project.
Delaware agency streamlines investigations with automated measurement/documentation.
Officers gain access to databases and information from the field.
Database to contain criminal history and fingerprint information.
Intra-agency information sharing system helps identify subjects faster.
Server supports engineering operations and electronic bid solicitation.
Maryland county sees 38 percent increase during the year.
Aims to speed unemployment claims processing.
State Employee Benefits Division streamlines enrollment for state and school employees.
Transportation department gets real-time intranet access to mainframe data.
Web access to court dockets enhanced by alerts and calendaring.
Data system to simplify access statewide.
Goal is to alleviate jail overcrowding.
Corrections, sheriff, attorney's office to share statewide network.
Roaming technology provides smooth transition to GPRS.
Department to share various agency information securely.
System will support police, fire and medical response.
System to identify potential at-risk behavior and promote best policing practices.
Process formerly performed by department's internal crime laboratory.
Department upgrades network inside headquarters and police vehicles.
Portland Police Bureau begins deployment of IBIS backend system and handheld remote data terminals.
Agency phasing out Cellular Digital Packet Data network
City picks fingerprint reader and smart card technology.
Washington cities share CAD mapping, records management.
More than 2,000 public safety users linked in county and neighboring jurisdictions.
Database will combine criminal history and fingerprint information.
Department of Corrections launches VINE service statewide.
Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de California debuts.
Montgomery County to use GPS tracking on criminal offenders.
System to streamline information sharing for city and county consortium
Solution includes computer aided dispatch and field reporting.
Springfield police install information database.
Software delivers information on officers involved in motor vehicle accidents.
Department shares composite images statewide.
National Guard, State Police and fire connect through single communications system.
Department of Public Safety can search more than 1 million facial images.
Rendell administration announces new resource guide
More than 2,000 users linked in county and neighboring jurisdictions
System to support records management and automate operations
Equipment uses electroluminescent technology
Software includes digital booking and mugshot system
New York office enhances case management databases
Multnomah County District Attorney offices to better manage data
Reports, alerts are part of upgrade to Web-based system
City to monitor, analyze and report on inmate and probation populations
System to support statewide law enforcement agencies
Reduces phone call volume, local travel and the need for costly dedicated computer terminals
Storage manager to simplify administration, improve uptime and reduce costs
System to support brain cell and systems research
Study shows customer, marketplace needs and trends
The goal is to increase efficiency of data collection and reporting for 27,000 staff
International Network Services identifies top challenges
Clark County Detention Center to increase access to Police Department data
West Palm Beach to simplify access to high-quality GIS data
Will provide security for state's intelligence and services infrastructure
Public Works Department uses electronic access control solution
High-speed data terminal supported mobile communications during exercise
Over 70 Bergen County departments rapidly access data
Hospitals seek to reduce digital medical image costs
Met to manage digital images more easily
Storage area network increase archive capacity
PSC to store and manage more than a petabyte of data.
Yankee Group report addresses key issues
Department of Correction to get data on inmate and probation populations
County selects mapping system for dispatchers
New Brunswick implements new software to streamline service
Washington consortium improves regional data sharing
Veterans Administration uses interactive digital solutions to train and certify its officers to carry firearms
OSSI incorporates NeoSpeech's Text-to-Speech product to enhance safety and convenience while in the field
Chattanooga, Tennessee PD streamlines crime-fighting process
System will enhance information sharing for Minnesota LOGIS government consortium
ImageWare Systems to streamline sex offender registration process.
Software-based network video recorder in place at New Jersey complex