NetMotion Wireless announces the availability of NetMotion Diagnostics for Mobility, which enables first-level diagnostic mobile VPN testing that is designed to streamline connectivity troubleshooting for users and technical-support personnel.
Bruce Lawler, chief products officer for Kodiak Networks, outlines key features of the company’s push-to-talk platform, including reliability, security, carrier relationships and interoperability with traditional LMR networks.
There are many useful public-safety applications on the market today, but a constructive dialogue is needed between first responders and application developers to ensure that public safety’s needs are met in the future, according to speakers on an IWCE Virtual Show panel.
The Enterprise Wireless Alliance (EWA) announces an enhanced version of its CEVO application that will let network operators actively select frequencies via the CEVO web portal, if they want. The enhanced version of CEVO is expected to launch in early November, according to EWA officials.
NICE Systems announces a video-analytics solution called Suspect Search that is designed to let public-safety agencies quickly scan massive amounts of video and locate individuals, even when the individual is part of a large group.
NetMotion Wireless announces enhancements to its Mobility and Locality software products for enterprises, including a native iOS Mobility application, remote updating of Mobility software, as well as greater administrative controls for Locality, such as greater cloud-based management and the ability to export data into GIS systems.
Russell Watson, solution marketing manager at Tait Communications, highlights some of the unified-communications products the company is showcasing at APCO 2014 during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications staffer Kimberlee Payton-Jones.>