FATPOT Unveils Three New Technologies to Improve Law Enforcement Operations

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Please visit FATPOT booth #1141 at the IACP on October 26-28

Public safety software company FATPOT Technologies will exhibit three new exciting technologies at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference in Orlando on October 26-28 at booth 1141. “These new communication and detection solutions help law enforcement agencies achieve some of their most important operational goals.” stated John Rosati, FATPOT Vice President of Sales.

Police agencies get a common operating picture across their region with CADfusion NG ™, FATPOT’s next generation data fusion platform. This new data sharing solution connects disparate CAD, RMS and AVL systems in real-time so dispatchers and officers from multiple agencies can view all relevant calls, incidents and resources in the region.

Communications challenges between law enforcement and schools are solved through the SchoolSAFE™ solution presented by FATPOT. SchoolSAFE combines advanced interoperability technology with NIMS certified training to give dispatchers and front line officers access to schools’ radio, public address and other on-campus communications systems. It enables direct communications with the schools’ first responders, personnel and students for faster and safer response to incidents.

Drug interdiction officers will want to see the world’s first handheld x-ray backscatter device, the Mini Z™. Officers can easily scan vehicles, bags and boxes to detect hidden organic materials such as drugs, money, wildlife or contraband. Scanned images can be sent to dispatch and others for evaluation and review.

“Each technology is exciting all on its own, so we’re really pumped to exhibit all three in our booth at IACP 2014!” Rosati remarked. “Police departments want to reduce response times, ensure officer safety and stretch their budgets. These new technologies accomplish those goals and so much more.”

FATPOT Technologies (http://www.fatpot.com) is an industry leader in public safety data sharing and situational awareness solutions. The company’s patented fusion platform offers a suite of applications to connect disparate software systems in real-time. FATPOT is a subsidiary of Communications International (“Ci”) (http://www.ask4ci.com), an employee-owned public safety systems integrator since 1972.

Media Contact
Communications International (“Ci”)
John Rosati, Vice President, Sales & Marketing
jrosati(at)ask4ci(dot)com, (772) 978-4138

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