Better Public Safety Mobile System

We are possessed by technology in our everyday lives. As technology advance further and further, human kind is enveloped more and more by the internet of things. What tech companies do not realise is that users of their smart devices do not only need efficiency in design but also utility.

Samsung has put forth a solution to improve the technological capacity of Police Mobile Vehicles. The Samsung DeX paired with the Strike Alpha Car Cradle can help make the working environment of law enforcers safer, more flexible, and more efficient.

A Strike Alpha Car Cradle provides a seamless and convenient way to connect a Samsung phone to the Samsung DeX, whilst providing easy access and steady hold at the same time. It allows police officers to easily mount and remove their Samsung device. It also charges their phones to ensure their devices are powered especially during critical missions.

The Samsung DeX serves as a more portable alternative to computers. It offers a PC-like experience to transfer and record important data and serve as a better communication channel among the police force.

Strike Alpha Car Cradle

With these two technologies, law enforcement is pushed to a whole new level. No more pen and paper recording of information. The devices can be taken to field, back to the car, and into the station with all the information and data. Images, videos, voice recordings, and other pieces of evidence can be transferred instantly from the field to the station. Officers can give instant updates.

The Strike Alpha Car Cradle paired with the Samsung DeX has allowed police officers to enforce the law in a faster and more efficient way.

Strike Group is Australia’s leading provider and manufacturer of innovative car technologies. Strike integrates innovative design and seamless engineering in all its products. The company now exports to 72 countries having appointed key partners in the American and European market.

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