Motorola Solutions to showcase new streaming video sources for CommandCentral Aware at IACP 2022
New integrations will live-stream information from drones and robots and enhance the user experience through wearable technology
By Police1 Staff
As the hub for Motorola Solutions’ connected agency, CommandCentral Aware unifies real-time data and video streams into a secure common operational view, surfacing critical insights that can be shared with responders in the field. Data from mobile field-based systems flows into the CommandCentral platform, where records and evidence are centralized for analysis, investigations and case preparation.
At IACP 2022, Motorola will showcase new CommandCentral Aware integrations that extend beyond radio, body-worn camera, in-car video and license plate recognition systems to live-stream information from drones and robots and enhance the user experience through wearable technology. These include:
Motorola Solutions’ CAPE drone video and flight control software: Often the first eyes on a scene, drones provide agencies with invaluable information about events, from fleeing cars to rising flood levels, so officers arrive better prepared.
Company Six throwable ReadySight robot: Integrating exclusively with Motorola Solutions’ software, this small, low-cost robot can navigate multiple terrain types and obstacles to provide situational awareness via real-time video and audio communication in uncertain and dangerous areas.
Ghost Robotics’ Vision 60 Q-UGV ground drone: Easily navigating a broad range of unstructured urban and natural environments, this mid-size, agile, all-weather legged robot keeps human and K9 officers out of harm’s way.
RealWear Navigator 500 Assisted Reality (aR): Providing a hands-free experience, this wearable tablet displays real-time video and situational information, enabling responders to passively monitor an incident in their peripheral vision while performing other tasks.
Visit Motorola at IACP at booth #4607 for live demonstrations.