As the amount of photo and video data in public safety continues to grow exponentially, the right tools can help agencies fully leverage this data to improve processes. AI-based image recognition is one such tool.
Officers need better records: information that is accurate, up-to-date, and quickly accessible. But years of manual incident reporting and disconnected systems have created data headaches for many agencies.
Every dispatcher tries to speed up the response time for emergencies. However, most CAD systems in use today are built on 20-year-old technology that slows down response times with limited intel, disconnected screens, and workflows that are difficult to use. In short, these systems don’t give dispatchers or officers the tools needed to respond efficiently.
Transparency and communication have long been the cornerstone of establishing and maintaining that trust with the public. Now, the need for law enforcement agencies to share information in a way that is timely and accessible has never been greater.
Managing a public safety fleet comes with high demands: Fleet managers must ensure the safety of units that are often driven in extreme conditions while minimizing unit downtime and staying within budget.