Wearables Powered by Fibocom LTE Cat 1 Modules Helping Law Enforcement Agencies To Improve Efficiency

From crime and riot prevention to terrorism and catastrophes, today’s police force has to risk...

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From crime and riot prevention to terrorism and catastrophes, today’s police force has to risk their lives to perform highly dangerous tasks. Faced with these extraordinary challenges, law enforcement agencies are turning to wearable devices to protect themselves, improve the efficiency of operations, while maintaining public safety at the same time.

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IoT wearable devices are now becoming a part of smart law enforcement solutions that can combat crime, reports Fibicom.

Fibocom offers high-performance and cost-effective wireless communication solutions to facilitate data transmission and communication during law enforcement through its LTE Cat 1 Module L610.

Fibocom LTE Cat 1 Module L610 is an industrial-grade LTE Cat.1 module with maximum speed up to 10Mbps. What makes it more attractive is its high-performance capability compared with its affordability due to UNISOC's good offer. It supports FDD-LTE/TDD-LTE/GSM long-distance communication and WiFi SCAN/Bluetooth short-range wireless transmission. Fibocom L610 has rich interfaces including UART/SPI/I2C/USB. Built-in LBS, Codec, supports TTS, recording, and VoLTE.

Body-Worn Camera cameras transmit real-time video through a high-speed LTE network, allowing law-enforcement personnel to share them with their headquarters. This allows commanders to better understand the situation and implement appropriate strategies.

Push-to-talk over Cellular (PPToC) is a popular method of communication among law enforcement personnel. PPToC combines the functionality of radio and smartphone technology in one device. It can be used nationwide and enables users to have one-to-many and one-to-one communication from their smartphone. PPToC uses the existing LTE cellular network and does not need any additional infrastructure to cover larger areas. The PPToC devices can be easily connected to the cloud and managed through the central system or by smartphone apps.

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Fibocom’s LTE Cat 1 Module L610 supports LTE, GSM dual-mode communication, VoLTE, audio, camera, LCD, keypad, and other functions. Formed as both LCC+LGA and MiniPCIe packages, it provides universal interfaces such as USB / UART / SPI / I2C / SDIO to meet various application demands of the IoT industry. The product positioning covers the Internet of things market with medium and low rates, such as pan payment, sharing, industrial interconnection, tracking, in-vehicle applications and other application scenarios. Provide perfect high-speed experience for customers in the above fields.

Sam Draper
December 17, 2020

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