The UNC Charlotte police department just recently ran a training activity to test a new app with hopes to improve communication and supply location-based details to officers in the case of emergencies. As informed by the Charlotte Observer, the Effective Unexpected emergency Response Communication (EERC) System makes use of full 3D-mapped styles of the campus that lets the “command center” monitor all the officers using Wi-Fi to successfully lead them through structures. By utilizing the iPod touch application, police can easily additionally reduce the response time for medical assistance by marking the place of hurt people.
According to Statement Ribarnsky, chairman of UNCC’s computer system science division and director of the Charlotte Visualization Center and and co-developer of the …
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