Golden-i Hands-free Mobile Computing Headset

The Golden-i headset is a hands-free, all-weather, mobile computing and communications system. It enables wireless remote control of multiple devices in cloud computing environment, allowing businesses and government agencies – including law enforcement – to significantly improve safety, productivity, and efficiency of their workforce.

 

Using speech recognition and gesture sensing, it provides users with hands-free access via wireless connection to virtually any information in the world – digital information, Internet services, broadcast programming (e.g. real-time, full-color high-resolution streaming video). 

 

Users of the Golden-i device can control up to seven independent devices or networks simultaneously – PCs, mobile phones, company servers, UAVs, robots, etc. – in multiple languages. For example, Golden-i users can wake up a remote hibernating PC, immediately see the PC desktop screen and use speech recognition to access all applications, data files and services. When finished, the PC can be placed back in hibernation with one spoken command.

 

Every area of law enforcement will benefit from hands-free, all-weather wireless access to digital information, especially field personnel, will find the Golden-i mobile computing headset invaluable.  The device can bridge the communications and data sharing gaps between current public safety agencies: Police, Sheriff, Federal, Military, Fire, Emergency Response services. Golden-i headset features are important for law enforcement agencies are: strong security capabilities (e.g.: the noise-cancellation microphone prevents anyone besides the user to command it); encrypted remote activation and de-activation;  Golden-i can be set to limit user access to certain files, similar to a PC’s capabilities; on-board GPS and digital compass allow department encrypted track and trace of any Golden-i unit whether activated or turned-off and it is designed to fit comfortably under a police officer’s hat or helmet, for example.

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