Mobile Innovations will join other world-leading NICHE users, partners and police IT experts to showcase their seamless, smart-phone-based, PC-like experience in the street, the cruiser or the station.
Showing how MPANiche RMS puts mobile police knowledge at the officer’s fingertips, Mr. Bauer will be on hand throughout the conference, and afterwards for in-vehicle demos.
TORONTO, May 11, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Mobile Innovations CEO Gary Bauer today announced his company’s two scheduled police business sessions at the upcoming 2018 Niche User Conference in Toronto, from May 13th to 16th, 2018. One session on Force-Wide Mobile MPA Niche on Android, and another on 2-Factor Authentication will be open to all attendees on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 15th.
Mr. Bauer will be on hand alongside representatives from South Wales Police and OPTIC throughout the show to do live, demos of Mobile Innovation’s Mobile Police Assist (MPA) Niche solution, on both Android and iOS devices with PKI 2-Factor Authentication.
“After making great inroads in the UK with our Android solutions, and investing significant time and effort on 2-Factor PKI authentication, and completing several pilots in Canada for our combined Android and iOS solution, we’re now getting traction in our own backyard,” explains Mr. Bauer. “Mobility has come a long way since the early days of BlackBerry and the demand for mobile solutions that work on the street and in the vehicle continues to grow as more Millennials come on stream.”
For the last few years, Mobile Innovations been working closely with Darta Fleet Solutions and Samsung, to extend the mobile hand-held solution from the street to the Police car using the DeX Desktop Experience Dock. With its DeX-enabled MPANiche solution, Mobile Innovations can now deliver a smooth transition from the street, to the DeX equipped car, and then back to the station – all driven by the smartphone.
This mobile innovation makes it possible to issue a PKI-enabled smartphone – rather than a ruggedized laptop – to every officer as their primary computing device. Samsung Note8/S8/S9 and plus models, connected to a keyboard and touchscreen in the cruiser via DeX, gives officers using MPANiche a PC-like experience at a fraction of the cost. It includes 5 port USB hub and an HDMI port, and it is powered via the USB-C, enabling connections to keyboard, mouse, Drivers License Scanner and printer.
The company’s MPANiche in-vehicle DeX demos will be supported with an afternoon session at Samsung headquarters in Mississauga immediately after the end of the conference, before most folks head for home again. To arrange your demo, please call or text Gary Bauer directly at 416-889-9997.
The demand for mobile PC-Like smartphone solutions that work on the street as well as the vehicle continues to accelerate.Gary Bauer, CEO
To see more, please join us for your demos and see our feature Business Session :
‘Force-wide Mobile Niche RMS on Android at South Wales Police (SWP)’
Tuesday, September 15th, 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Tom Thompson Room – Toronto III
Toronto Hilton Hotel
For More Information please contact Gary Bauer: