Welcome to the Evidence Ecosystem

Welcome to the Evidence Ecosystem

When we developed our product suite, we decided to take a new approach to situational awareness: an integrated approach. Our technologies that make your department smart are made smarter when they work together. It’s that simple. The Evidence Ecosystem connects all of your devices through the Internet of Things (IoT) to empower you and your officers, field engineers or conductors with real-time connectivity, communications and evidence management.  

Features & Tech Specs
Know Where Your People Are, Instantly.

Know Where Your People Are, Instantly.

AVaiL Web is a secure command and control application that provides an automatic real-time, map-based view of the location and status of mobile operations, including personnel, vehicles and tools. It also has the ability to share real-time asset locations with Mutual Aid Partners. But that’s not all. AVaiL Web can give you a historical breadcrumb trail of where vehicles have been, device clustering, live tracking, traffic and weather overlays, even geo-fencing. It’s smart. And when you get it, you’ll be smart, too.


Asset Location
View all assets on the map

Real-Time Event-Based
Vehicle Location Reporting

Historical Vehicle Tracking
View a bread-crumb trail of where a vehicle has been

Device Clustering
Alleviate clutter on the map

Traffic & Weather
Overlay real-time traffic information to find the best route, along with weather conditions, temperature and a NOAA radar

BodyWorn™ Video Interface
Interactive playback and export of BodyWorn videos

Virtual boundaries to capture entry or exit data

Active devices, geofence crossings, user logins

Geofence alerts sent via e-mail or text when devices enter or exit that boundary

Live Tracking
Follow a device as it moves

User Friendly Dashboard
With customizable buttons

Real-Time Messaging
Send BOLOs (Be on the Lookout) Alerts to officers in the field

Forget about searching for a signal.

Forget about searching for a signal.

With the Rocket IoT™, Wi-Fi connection isn’t a question, it’s a fact. You’re always on, and the Rocket IoT makes each of your vehicles a powerful Wi-Fi hotspot, offering secure Wi-Fi up to 1500 feet around the vehicle. The Rocket IoT can provide wireless Internet access for unlimited devices, requiring only one cellular plan per vehicle. It can support two USB modems from separate carriers and leverage them to keep you online. That way, if one cellular network is unavailable, you get automatic failover to the other modem, keeping your data communications operational. With the Rocket IoT, on is on. End of story.


Wi-Fi Hotspot
Up to 1500 ft around the vehicle

Track Assets
Know what or who is in, on, and around your vehicles using RFID technology

High-Speed Video Offload
Upload 1GB of video data in 90 seconds or less from multiple vehicles

Live Streaming Video
Stream video live from in-vehicle camera systems to stations and headquarters

GPS Data
Rocket provides accurate location reporting with a 48-channel chipset

Remote Configuration
Utilize “over-the-air” remote device management with Rocket Configuration Manager (RCM)

On-Board Diagnostics
Manage your vehicle fleet’s health

VoIP Calls
Leverages existing network infrastructure



BodyWorn is the only police body camera with policy-based recording triggers, enabling the device to automatically activate during specific incidents. It then wirelessly uploads recorded media to secure AWS cloud storage in encrypted slice files with Wi Fi or cellular connectivity. Our Gen 2 BodyWorn keeps officer and citizen safety top-of-mind with real-time communications and officer-down alerts, which are sent directly to Central Dispatch and Supervisors. It is integrated with the Rocket, AVaiL Web and Smart Redaction to bring your agency the complete solution in smart evidence collection and mission critical intelligence. By mounting securely into your uniform, BodyWorn doesn’t just look smart, it is smart. 


As police departments equip officers with body cameras to record exchanges with the public, there has been a large increase in Public Records Requests for video evidence, such as Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), gathered by these cameras. The process of preparing videos for public dissemination, while maintaining privacy rights of those involved, has up until now been time consuming and expensive. Departments can now reliably and efficiently release video for public records requests in a fraction of the time it would take to manually redact video.