Mobile Data

Equipped with our mobile data client (MDC) software, officers can be more efficient in the field than behind a desk. Anything they can do in the office can be performed in the field. The mobile client  has comprehensive functionality but is simplified for in-vehicle use (touch screen, text-to-speech and speech-to-text).


Advanced Mapping

Some of the many features available:

  • plots all units (plus their status, speed and occupants)
  • pending and assigned incidents
  • pan/zoom
  • replay a unit’s travel history
  • send message by touching the resource
  • display contact information for a user-selected polygon
  • hide myself from subordinates
  • alert me if another resource is running code and is close by
  • display any number of layers (law/fire/EMS districts, cities, counties, schools, fire hydrants, water sources, school cameras, building footprints, parcels, address points, floor plans, sanitation lines, no hunting buffers, parks, registered sex offenders, etc.)


Viewable Information (even if connectivity is lost)

  • alerts (within a GIS radius)
  • chemical and material hazards
  • standard operation procedures
  • structure features and specifications
  • alarm company information
  • pre-plans (including emergency response drawings/procedures)
  • resource status (resource ID, location, incident type and number, district, occupants, elapsed time and status)
  • closest fire hydrants
  • shut-offs
  • gate codes
  • alarm permits
  • floor plans
  • contacts
  • BOLOs
  • …much more


Officer Functions (from the field)

  • create a new incident
  • respond to a call taker incident
  • record enroute time
  • record arrive time
  • record clear time
  • enter remarks
  • update reporting party information
  • add contacts to a location
  • add/change alerts for a location
  • add/change gate codes
  • add racial profiling data
  • change primary resource ID
  • transport personnel
  • depress emergency aid button
  • send/receive messages to any workstation/user/unit/pager/group
  • enter a disposition
  • mark the GPS location of pursuit events
  • mark the GPS location of the incident
  • record key events (in-custody, Miranda read, loss top, etc.)
  • run NCIC and person/vehicle/property queries
  • change status (lunch break, training, etc.)
  • utilize the entire RMS System