The Samsung DeX is Mobile Innovations’ secret weapon in the new Darta Fleet Cruiser, for lowest-cost, secure RMS and mobile data for law enforcement. Mobi’s audience loved it and is asking for a more detailed follow-up. Good show Mobinnoco! PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: OCT 24, 2017 PHILADELPHIA, October 24, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Mobile Innovations and Darta Fleet Solutions […]
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Mobile Innovations Corp. to launch MPA Niche 3.0 with Two-Factor at the 112th CACP Conference and Expo 2017 in Montreal, July 16-19 Jul 12, 2017, 5:00am EDT MONTREAL, July 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Mobile Innovations Corp. CEO Gary Bauer today announced the 112th Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Expo 2017 as the venue for […]
KENORA, CANADA, July 11 2017 Treaty Three Police Chief Louie Napish and Mobile Innovations CEO Gary Bauer today announced their successful completion of proof-of-concept for two-factor Authentication for the Treaty Three Police Services’ iPhone. This Canadian mobile policing innovation is the first in Canada to provide the two-factor security level required for police officers to […]
Enable Developers to Make Corporate Instant Messaging Secure with the BBM Enterprise SDK “Mobile Innovations is excited to leverage BBM Enterprise SDK,” says Gary Bauer, president of Mobile Innovations Corp. “Our law enforcement customers have a strong need for highly secure and protected IM, also using dynamic multi-OS chat groups, as they come together to […]
Mobile Innovations is launching its new Two Factor Authentication solution at the 111th Canadian Chiefs of Police Conference in Ottawa Ontario. Company CTO Ian Bowles and President Gary Bauer will both be on hand to demo their company’s answer to securing CPIC and RMS data on mobile devices in compliance with Canadian legal requirements.
Wales 5000 Officers get access to Niche RMS, PNC, and other police databases, using Samsung Note4 devices running Android
iPatrol on Samsung Note4 devices, on Vodaphone 4G allows officers to aceess Police Databases, identify individuals and collect evidence, and could lead to a 10% increase in the time police spend on the streets, equating to an additional 436,000 hours per year.
Richard Lewis, assistant chief constable for South Wales Police: “I-Patrol has been developed to include some additional features, including an electronic police notebook with writing stick, enabling officers to create a digitised record of their activities on the beat, and a GPS function, which can relate any entries to a specific location. It also has […]
South Wales Police assistant chief constable Richard Lewis said: “In situations where every second counts, it is vitally important that the technology and services we use are both responsive and reliable, if we are to continue to meet the challenges of 21st century policing.” “Our officers now have more information at their fingertips than has […]