BAPCO 2011 News
Panasonic's rugged police security computers has transformed police officer efficiency on the beat With its wireless connectivity and rugged portability, Panasonic's Toughbook CF-19 mobile computing solution has liberated officers from having to make journeys back to base to complete time-consuming paperwork.Recently installed in new Police Vauxhall Astras and described by Leicestershire Police as one of the biggest innovations since the two-way radio, the CF-...
The Annual BAPCO 2011 Conference and Exhibition will take the centre stage on 13th - 14th April 2011Arguably, the range and scale of present threats to business continuity and public safety has never been greater on the domestic and international level. At the more extreme level, the last few months alone have seen a range of extraordinary situations, with both national and global impact, from the rescue of the Chilean miners to the appalling devastation caused by the terrorist b...
Traka lockers are modular in construction and manufactured to meet specific customer requirementsTraka plc will be showcasing its extensive range of intelligent asset management lockers on stand no. 218. Ideal for controlling staff access to important and valuable portable equipment, these lockers are widely used by the UK emergency services to manage and audit the use of airwave radios, laptops, PDAs and similar shared resources.Traka32 software manages locker access via PIN, magnetic car...
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