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LILEE Systems Partners with Presidio to Bring Fog Computing and Reliable Communications to Law Enforcement

Date: 2016-10-25
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A police patrol car arrives at an incident. An officer enters the license plates of nearby cars, which are forwarded to the command center. The patrol car camera captures the images of several faces, which are sent to a processor in the car. In near real time, diagnostics in the car inform the officer that one person has a warrant out for arrest. Within seconds, officers rapidly disarm and arrest the person. Several seconds later, the command center informs the officer the suspect’s car is stolen.

The ability to process information via fog computing within the car combined with a cloud-based network connection back to the command center enabled officers to shave seconds off their response time, defusing the incident quickly and enhancing the safety of officers and citizens.

LILEE Systems, a leading provider of advanced mobile connectivity solutions and an emerging innovator in cloud-based network solutions, has announced the availability of its solutions for law enforcement and first responders based on TransAir™ STS series gateways and T-Cloud platform. STS and T-Cloud enable police, fire and rescue departments, ambulances and paramedics, and other critical first responders to more rapidly and reliably network, track, control, and interact with their mobile and fixed assets to improve operations, reduce costs, and, most importantly, increase safety and save lives.

This solution builds on LILEE’s September launch of its TransAir STS gateways and T-Cloud network management solution.

“Presidio is excited to partner with LILEE Systems to offer law enforcement agencies comprehensive, connected vehicle technology, and surveillance capabilities,” said Shawn Rahn, vice president, Internet of Things at Presidio. “As a full-service IoT solutions integrator, we can help equip our nation’s law enforcement and first responder communities to make smarter and quicker decisions, without having to architect a complex solution out of many technology components. By working closely with leading technology providers such as LILEE as part of this solution, Presidio can play a part in making our communities safer and overall a better place.”

Presidio is a leading U.S.-based IT solutions provider offering consulting, IT design, optimization and implementation, and IT-as-a-Service to state and local governments and other markets.

“Presidio has a superior reputation for providing innovative solutions to law enforcement and other industries. Presidio’s selection of LILEE’s hardware and software for its connected law enforcement offering validates our approach to fog computing and high-performance connectivity,” said John Marshall senior vice president, Sales and Marketing at LILEE Systems. “Our ability to integrate processing in the field with cloud computing brings a new level of capabilities to law enforcement, which will translate to enhanced safety and efficiency.”

For more information about LILEE Systems, see www.lileesystems.com/

For more information about Presidio, visit www.presidio.com

- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Presidio, 10/12/16)

 

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