Finding products, services, and experts is easier than ever with our Solutions Theater on the show floor. Speakers will offer best ideas, tips and insights to make policing simpler, more effective, and safer by sharing data, case studies, and quality information in this information only environment. Scheduled every thirty minutes during show hours you won’t want to miss the tools being shared. Below you will find the schedule and the what, how and why of product and service solutions in bite sized bits on the show floor.

Wednesday, August 21Thursday, August 22
TimeTopicTimeTopic
1:00 pmADVANCE Officer Safety & Productivity – Zephyr-TEC Corp.9:30 amProtecting Those in Harm’s Way
-McMurray Stern
1:30 pmBuilding a Successful UAS Program Within Your Agency
– Skyfire Consulting
10:00 amFleet Remarketing Best Practices
- Enterprise Fleet Management
2:00 pmThe Future of Mobile Technology in Public Safety
– Data911
10:30 amIntegrating Near Miss Reporting into an Agency’s RMS
– National Police Foundation
2:30 pmAI Assistant for Public Safety
- Mark43
11:00 amBuilding a Successful UAS Program
Within Your Agency
– Skyfire Consulting
3:00 pmVisual Intelligence for Public Safety
- FirstTwo, Inc.
11:30 amReimagining the MDT
- Sonim
3:30 pmPeace of Mind-Piece of the Pie
- Capital Edge Financial
12:00 pmThe Future of Mobile Technology in Public Safety
– Data911

Wednesday, August 21

1:00pm

ADVANCE Officer Safety & Productivity

– Zephyr-TEC Corp.

Law enforcement professionals tell us their staff spends 60% of their time documenting cases (typing). Increasing productivity lends time to investigation and patrol. While documenting cases “on the street”, officers are not hands-free, eyes-free, jeopardizing their safety. Speech recognition and digital workflow technology addresses both issues, cost effectively.

1:30pm

Building a Successful UAS Program Within Your Agency

–  Skyfire Consulting

This discussion, led by a commercial pilot and flight instructor who has helped develop UAS programs in over 150 agencies nationwide, covers FAA regulations as they relate to public and civil Unmanned Aircraft operations. Specifically, the talk will speak to FAA Part 107 versus Certificate of Authorization (COA) and which one is right for an agency, training requirements and options for agency pilots, and will help agencies identify use cases, missions, and appropriate UAS equipment.

2:00pm

The Future of Mobile Technology in Public Safety

 – Data911

The mobile computing platform is changing.  Smart phones are making their way as Public Safety’s future ‘mobile computer’…and though a very good ‘tool’ for many things it requires complimentary tool(s) to round out the mobile technology toolkit.

2:30pm

AI Assistant for Public Safety

– Mark43

Why can’t public safety professionals say “Hey, Alexa”? There are several practical and responsible uses of artificial intelligence that public safety software can utilize today. Mark43 will demonstrate how AI can increase efficiency, safety, and effectiveness within dispatch and records.

3:00pm

Visual Intelligence for Public Safety

– FirstTwo, Inc.

As information explodes, tools based on intelligence inside and outside the agency are extremely valuable to public safety professionals. Current tools are text based, delayed, desk bound, and only accessible to a limited staff. Imagine a world where everyone within a police department can visualize key information in a geo-spatial environment whether at the office or in location. We can now absorb key intelligence visually before entering and responding to a crisis.

3:30pm

Peace of Mind-Piece of the Pie

– Capital Edge Financial

Wrapping your head around the many financial and insurance services firms provide can be overwhelming. But planning for the future starts in the present, and we’re here to assist. Capital Edge focuses on sharing options for family protection, retirement planning, debt management, emergency savings, long-term disability, college funding, and much much more. Let’s do a health & wealth check-up so you leave this session with the tools and strategies you need.​

 

 Thursday, August 22

9:30am

Protecting Those in Harm’s Way

– McMurray Stern

In 2018 there were 27 active shooter incidents in the United States. When an active shooter situation presents itself, we need to protect those in harm’s way.

As public service officers, a police department may do outreach or be called on by local schools, businesses and government offices to offer advice on what to do in an active shooter scenario. Beyond lockdown, using everyday tools to create immediate shelter and protection offer civilians greater safety and security. Join our interactive discussion to learn and share the many opportunities to bring more tools for survival to our communities during critical incidents.

10:00am

Fleet Remarketing Best Practices

– Enterprise Fleet Management

We’d like to educate the agencies on the importance of identifying the right times to cycle and remarket (sell) a vehicle throughout the year.  Knowing these industry facts and best practices will result in increased value & return back to the cities, maximizing the savings, and lowering the overall total cost of ownership.

10:30am

Integrating Near Miss Reporting into an Agency’s RMS

– National Police Foundation

LEO Near Miss is an officer safety initiative that studies near misses – situations where an officer could have been seriously injured or killed – to improve training and risk management in policing. RMS integration is now available to seamlessly report near misses directly from an officer’s official report of an incident.

11:00am

Building a Successful UAS Program Within Your Agency

–  Skyfire Consulting

This discussion, led by a commercial pilot and flight instructor who has helped develop UAS programs in over 150 agencies nationwide, covers FAA regulations as they relate to public and civil Unmanned Aircraft operations. Specifically, the talk will speak to FAA Part 107 versus Certificate of Authorization (COA) and which one is right for an agency, training requirements and options for agency pilots, and will help agencies identify use cases, missions, and appropriate UAS equipment.

11:30am

Reimagining the MDT

–  Sonim

Instead of switching between applications on smartphones and in-vehicle MDTs, your agency can now spend more time and less money serving the community. Sonim and Mark43 will demonstrate the next generation of mobility in public safety with device-agnostic applications powered by MirrorLink connected car technology.

12:00pm

The Future of Mobile Technology in Public Safety

– Data911

The mobile computing platform is changing.  Smart phones are making their way as Public Safety’s future ‘mobile computer’…and though a very good ‘tool’ for many things it requires complimentary tool(s) to round out the mobile technology toolkit.