Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure and Microsoft have partnered together to place our Intergraph Mobile Responder solution into Microsoft’s patrol car that will be showcased at the upcoming International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference on October 21-24 in Philadelphia.
The Microsoft patrol car demonstrates how cloud-based technologies can be integrated into patrol vehicles through Microsoft partners. These technologies include tablets, drones, surveillance devices, license plate readers, body cameras, and more. Officers can acquire and manage critical evidence using these digital evidence platforms, which are integrated with Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management Systems (RMS). A demonstration of this will be available through the Microsoft patrol car that will be showcased at IACP.
Here’s a closer look at Intergraph Mobile Responder’s capabilities.
Intergraph Mobile Responder
For officers on the move, mobile technologies are a lifeline to the accurate, real-time data they need during their shift. Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's Intergraph Mobile Responder extends this critical data from Hexagon’s industry leading Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) system to smartphones and tablets.
Intergraph Mobile Responder enables field personnel to create events, view incident details, receive and acknowledge messages, update status, query databases, and more. Intergraph Mobile Responder is available as a native app for Windows mobile devices and it incorporates native device capabilities, such as push notifications, GPS, and camera imagery.
If you are attending IACP 2017, visit us at booth 1837 for a demonstration of Intergraph Mobile Responder and Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch. And visit Microsoft at booth 2125 to see Intergraph Mobile Responder in action in the Microsoft patrol car.
Beth Harte is a senior marketing specialist focused on public safety and security.