Category: Transport Technology
January 19, 2024

Top Technologies from 2023 that Can Benefit Law Enforcement Agencies

Humanity has become increasingly reliant upon technology. As new and advanced tech is introduced, the more we integrate it into our lives. Technology permeates all areas of our lives, especially in the workplace. It’s essential to most businesses, including law enforcement agencies, and continues to offer multiple benefits, from enhanced safety to cost and time […]

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May 2, 2022

Cybersecurity in the Age of Automated Vehicles: Could Hackers Take Over a Car?

Cybersecurity has become a growing concern for many law enforcement agencies in the last decades. They have had to adopt a new way of approaching some cases where the perpetrators are not physically present; instead, viruses and intricate code lines are the long-distance weapons of choice.  CYBERSECURITY FOR CARS  Today more than ever, our everyday […]

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April 30, 2022

Can Traffic Accidents Be Predicted And Avoided?

When it comes to technological advancements, transportation has been one of the most developed fields in the past years; GPS and map apps, 360 degrees cameras-equipped cars alert us of nearby objects to potentially avoid costly scrapes and scratches, and autonomous electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular. Nevertheless, for all those advancements, we are basically […]

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April 20, 2022

How Can Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communication Improve Road Safety?

Driver’s safety has always been a concern since the introduction of motor vehicles. Before, when an unpredicted situation would occur, drivers would rely solely on their instincts, experience on the road, and sharp reflexes, and there was very little helping them avoid it.  Today, technology brings many advantages when it comes to safety, and cars […]

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April 12, 2022

Top Features to Consider When Choosing a New Dashcam for Your Officers

Back in 2016, the United States Department of Justice reported that over 69% of law enforcement agency vehicles had dash cams, or in-car video systems for law enforcement professionals, installed. At the time, dash cams were still considered somewhat of a newer tool in the police arsenal. Why Consider Dash Cams for Law Enforcement Agency […]

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April 1, 2022

Speed Enforcement Cameras: The Different Types and Uses of Cameras Explained

First developed in the 1950s by a dutch rally racer, speed cameras have come a long way. All major cities in the world and cross-continent highways all over the globe have installed them to make roads safer, turning them into one of the most valuable tools for law enforcement. In the US alone, there are […]

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October 6, 2021

All You Need To Know About Ford’s Upcoming Police Cars

In the past ten to fifteen years we’ve seen electric car technology take some massive leaps forward. Although people have toyed with the idea of electric cars since the late 1800s, fully electric cars have struggled to compete with the classic internal combustion engine. Arguably, this changed with the release of the Tesla Roadster in […]

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August 24, 2021

Kustom Insights: All You Need To Know About The Eagle 3

Besides being the smallest mounted RADAR on the market, the Eagle 3 comes with a wide array of features that make the enforcing of speed limits a much easier task. Speedy drivers, beware.

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February 16, 2021

The Directional Talon KA & Falcon HR K-Band handheld RADAR: Unbeatable Performance At A Great Price

At Kustom Signals, we have developed two handheld RADAR models that provide the accuracy and reliability of our widely acclaimed Eagle 3, at a lower price point. These are the Directional Talon, a high-performance KA-band handheld RADAR, and the Falcon HR, a hand-held directional K-band device. In this article, we will examine both options with the aim of helping you decide which one best suits your department’s needs.

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August 28, 2020

Stronger than Kevlar? The latest in Bulletproof Tech

Bulletproof vests are commonly made from a material called Kevlar, which apart from also being found in military grade body armor, can appear in frying pans, parachutes, sneakers, tennis rackets and smartphones.

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