New World Systems Reveals Mobile Intelligence for Public Safety

New World Systems introduces Aegis LaunchPad, a new iPad application designed to meet the growing need for mobility for police, fire and EMS agencies. New World adds Aegis LaunchPad to its tablet solutions to provide public safety professionals with even more tools for rapid assessment and situational awareness.

A native iPad application, the first release of Aegis LaunchPad offers public safety agencies access to role-based Dashboards, a dispatch and unit status monitor, and the ability to perform web-based inquiries. With the flexibility to work from anywhere, New World’s iPad application puts information at the fingertips of command staff and supervisors to dramatically improve decision making with a device many agencies have already adopted for everyday tasks.

“To keep up with today’s tech-savvy public, public safety agencies are beginning to leverage consumer devices, such as the iPad, to improve responsiveness, enhance communication and obtain information faster than ever before,” said Nino DiCosmo, Senior Vice President and General Manager of New World’s Aegis Public Safety Division. “New World is proud to offer agencies nationwide professional mobility and on-the-go access to critical public safety tools using the most widely accepted tablet on the market.”

New World also offers mobility through Aegis Mobile Computing for Police and Fire on Windows-based tablets. The fully-featured Mobile tablet solution provides messaging, mapping, inquiry, and police incident and fire inspections reporting, which helps officers and firefighters improve safety and increase efficiency from the field. New World will provide demonstrations of the new iPad solution and the complete, integrated suite of Aegis(TM) Public Safety software during the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) annual conference (booth number 2433) in San Diego, California, September 29 to October 3, 2012.

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