It is virtually impossible to completely secure the software used to operated aerial drones or other unmanned vehicles, so it is important that these systems be designed to operate safely even when the software is compromised, panelists said during a session at the recent Unmanned Systems 2015 event in Atlanta.
Legal expert Mee Soon Langohr from the law firm of Shulman Rogers will teach this month’s class about policy issues related to the use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement. During the class, Langohr will provide answers and advice to entities trying to determine what they should consider fiscally, logistically and politically.
Dave George, president of Pryme Radio Products, discusses industry trends evident during the first part of 2015, including cellular-LMR convergence, the importance of applications, and the continued need for solutions that address the specific needs of enterprises.
Vertex Standard introduces its eVerge EVX-Link, a pocket-sized solution that is projected to cost less than $500 and enables quickly deployable connectivity between multiple DMR Tier II systems via a mobile radio with an Ethernet connection, according to a company official.
Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) manufacturer MSA and Motorola Solutions today announced an integrated Bluetooth solution that is designed to let firefighters communicate more clearly in noisy fireground environments.
Ultra-rugged and fully rugged tablet PC maker Xplore Technologies announces that it has closed its purchase of substantially all assets of Motion Computing, the world’s second-leading provider of rugged tablet PC that was the subject of a foreclosure, according to Xplore Technologies officials.
Dane Windsor, business development manager and technical sales consultant for Motorola Solutions, demonstrates how the new APX 8000 P25 portable and the LEX L10 handheld LTE device can be used in collaboration to improve communications for a public-safety user.