Microsoft for Public Safety & National Security
- Tablet PC Aids in Policing
Captain Francesco Morelli with the Arma dei Carabinieri, Italy speaks about their Enhanced Vehicle Automation solution that enhances public safety at the Public Safety Symposium 2011.
- Leveraging Xbox Kinect for Homeland Security Operations
Joan Lui, Information Systems Officer with Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore talks about how they built applications using Kinect for increased accuracy of border crossing security and detecting fake faces for facial recognition.
- International Collaboration for Public Safety
Timothy Williams, Director, U.S. Department of Justice, Interpol Washington, U.S. National Central Bureau speaks about international collaboration at the Public Safety Symposium 2011.
- Digital Forensics at Netherlands Forensic Institute
Erica Rietveld, Netherlands Forensics Institute, explains how her team extract and interpret digital data in criminal cases at the Public Safety Symposium.
- Combating Organized Crime and Terrorism
Richard A. Falkenrath, PhD speaks on combatting organized crime and terrorism, providing two cases from the real world, the evolution of public safety in the U.S. and the role of policy, law, institutions and technology at the Public Safety Symposium.
- Worldwide ICT & Cloud Trends in Public Safety
Jeff Vining, Research Vice President, Gartner addresses how public safety organizations define cloud computing and what business challenges and opportunities this technology offers at the Public Safety Syposium.
- Real impact for better public safety and justice
This video reflects the Worldwide Public Sector’s theme of “Real Impact for a Better Tomorrow” with stories from around the world illustrating how Microsoft has impacted lives through its innovation in the industries of Public Safety and Justice.