Combining commercial global positioning and communications technology with battlefield-rugged computing, General Dynamics Itronix offers the GD300 rugged arm- or chest-worn computer. Weighing less than 8 ounces, the Android-based GD300 operates like an ultra-sensitive commercial GPS unit or, with the click of a cable, interfaces with tactical radios like the Rifleman Radio (AN/PRC-154) for secure access to the tactical network. The GD300 uses a quadra-helix antenna for real-time global positioning that defies interference even when the user is positioned in mountainous regions or urban environments. The GD300 provides important tactical communications and situational awareness equipment for warfighters and first responders. The GD300 hosts the open architecture, Android-based operating system to easily accommodate current and emerging applications for warfighters at all command levels. Operating in two distinct modes, the GD300 serves as a stand-alone GPS device or, when connected to a tactical radio, performs as a tactical mission computer. The GD300 supports commercially available standalone applications or military "apps" like the Tactical Ground Reporting (TIGR) System which is currently in use by the military. When connected to a tactical radio, the lightweight GD300 enables warfighters to securely communicate, share information and collaborate while on the move. Delivering up to eight hours of continuous operation, the lightweight GD300 is powered by standard lithium-ion batteries. The GD300 wearable computers are unobtrusive, intuitive to operate and provide compute-on-the-go functions. The GD300's sleek ergonomic design was the result of input and feedback from wearable-computer users from the military, government and emergency first responders. The GD300 includes a sunlight readable display and functional control buttons typically found on any Android-based device. The 3.5-inch touch-screen display lets warfighters move information around, zoom in or out or place digital "markers" on tactical maps with the touch of a gloved finger. Comfortably fitting in an adult's hand, the computer fully meets MIL-STD 810G specifications for ruggedness.
- Product From CROSS MATCH TECHNOLOGIES
Cross Match Technologies, Inc. launched the SEEK Avenger mobile handheld at the Security Document World exhibition. Designed to provide immigration, customs, border control, and law enforcement and security personnel a truly rugged, portable identity management solution, the device incorporates Cross Match’s MOBS software, state-of-the-art biometric sensor technology, and secure credential reader and communication options.
- Product From TRU-VU MONITORS INC.
The use of wireless video systems has exploded in recent years: aerial surveying, aerial photography, surveillance systems, telemetry systems, military and commercial helicopters, FPV (First Person View) systems, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV), and other systems take full advantage of this technology. Unfortunately, two major obstacles plague these systems: (1) the inability to see video images in bright daylight or direct sunlight and (2) the video monitor often loses the video signal and goes into sleep mode. The new SRM-10.4B-WRL video monitor from TRU-VU
- Product From RAYTHEON
Raytheon Company demonstrated the integration of commercial smartphones and tablets with the INTEROP-7000 Suite at APCO International 2013. Developed using open standards, INTEROP-7000 enables police, fire and rescue professionals to use commercial smartphones and tablets integrated with existing communications equipment, such as land mobile radios.
- Product From Mobile Edge
Mobile Edge introduced the UrgentPower universal smartphone battery charger. The USB UrgentPower battery will provide immediate backup power and add up to 10 additional talk-time hours to virtually any smartphone, and up to 300 additional hours to iPods and e-readers.
- Product From Applied Concepts / Stalker Radar
Stalker Radar announced that CopTrax, its new-generation body-worn and in-car video solution for law enforcement is integrating Google Glass.
Google Glass (styled "GLΛSS") is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display that is being developed by Google in the Project Glass research and development project, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer.Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands.
- Product From CROSS MATCH TECHNOLOGIES
Cross Match Technologies, Inc. releases two new versions of its Mobile Essentials SDK that integrates its Verifier Mw wireless handheld fingerprint scanner with Android and Blackberry cellular smartphones. Both versions enable capture and identification applications that operate over 3G networks.
- Product From CATALYST COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
Catalyst Communications Technologies, Inc. announced its Console Subsystem Interface (CSSI) for its IP|Console solution. CSSI is one of the eight primary Project 25 (P25) interfaces specified in the TIA-102 suite of standards and supports trunking. The Catalyst CSSI Gateway may be added to both new and existing IP|Console systems for voice dispatch to public safety and other critical communications agencies. With its flexible, graphical user interface, Catalyst can provide Police, Fire, EMS, utilities and others custom dispatch screens and capabilities to better meet the unique needs and budgets of each agency.
- Product From Pelican Products Inc.
Pelican Products, Inc. announced that, for the first time in company history, it launched fully-interactive mobile electronics protection with the Pelican ProGear Vault and Pelican ProGear Protector Series cases for the Apple iPhone 5. The Pelican ProGear Vault and Pelican ProGear Protector are now available at PelicanProGear.com.
- Product From Gamber-Johnson
Gamber-Johnson's MAG Dock for Getac B300 is constructed using a one-piece magnesium chassis to enhance overall strength and performance. The MAG Dock features an easy-to-activate side docking handle, ergonomically designed with a wide grip and smooth docking activation. The computer can be docked by simply pulling the handle toward you. All Gamber-Johnson docking stations come with a standard key lock for added security. The MAG Dock for Getac B300 has passed MIL-STD-810G shock/vibration testing and has undergone extensive cycle testing on the latch and docking mechanisms. It contains forward facing ports for low mounting capability, minimal cable strain and minimal swivel resistance.
- Product From LOKSAK Inc.
Protect your medical supplies, electronics and valuables in our resealable, clear LOKSAK bags - certified 100% waterproof to 60 meters.
All touch screen devices work 100% while protected in the LOKSAK. Humidity and dust will never render your medical supplies useless again!