Precise Biometrics and Thursby Software announced a new hardware-software security bundle that is designed to let defense and federal-government users access secure applications via enterprise or personal iPhones and iPads.
By leveraging myriad funding sources available to various governmental jurisdictions, Massachusetts is developing a communication system that is more robust and resilient than any single entity could have built on its own. (Second article in a series.)
Also: COPSync high-definition, in-vehicle video system for law enforcement; Zetron adds capabilities to digital console; Tait receives another DRM interoperability certificate; and Precise Biometrics introduces a secure “smart case” for the iPad.
Law-enforcement agencies in the Tampa Bay, Fla., area used a private, multi-vendor 700 MHz LTE network to share video, voice and data communications via smart devices during the Republican National Convention last month.