Law and Order

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Chattanooga.jpg A Smart Crime-Curbing System
Build a connected, real-time system to help curb crimes in urban areas, integrate real-time response with predictive policing, and standardize procedures for emergency response. Involve city, police, public safety officials, application developers, electrical power board, enterprise center, company lab, and citizens.
OaklandHousing.jpg Augmented Neighborhood Watch
# Engage with Constituents currently part of the City of Oakland NCPCs to keep an eye and report crime to their local police Beat Officers. Present IoT Kits to the NCPCs to invest in micro-grid infrastructure kits that include mesh networks, computer vision cameras, sensors, and secure communication channels to capture live data about events happening to community homes, block by block. Install series of “Capture” hardware devices and send this data to a secure data platform per kit owner.
  1. Connect this data to a Machine Learning / AI platform to learn about this data, scan for license plates, and identifiable characteristics and connect these data with co-designed If This Then That event programs to understand what the cameras are seeing and appropriate notify community members and law enforcement officials who have the ability to act on and apprehend individuals committing crimes. This live data will be streamed and hosted in secure cloud services, locked down to each micro-grid kit owner, to determine who will have access to this data in the form of sharing, selling, buying.
  2. If/when the constituent chooses to share or sell this data to City of Oakland public sector agencies like Oakland Police, Fire, Transportation, CA Highway Patrol they can provide live connections and streaming video to these agency devices in order to help Public agencies locate and apprehend people who commit illegal activities in and around homes and community gathering spaces.
IFS.jpg Smart Wide Area Protection and Security for All from Concorde Security
Concorde provides Wide Area Protection for a Cluster of buildings from a mobile surveillance vehicle (called I-Man Facility Sprinter or “IFS”) manned by a 2-3 man specialist team.
  • Deploy security infrastructure comprising cameras, sensors and wireless connectivity in a mesh network architecture connected to the IFS vehicle
  • Cameras and sensors provide the real time surveillance and trigger alerts to IFS which will be able to immediately respond to the situation
  • Multiple IFS from neighboring clusters will provide the redundancy and support to any surge in demand in any particular cluster
  • Several IFS can cover a large urban center to provide the immediate real-time security coverage and immediate response to any public safety and security incident(s)
New Taipei City.jpg Tech-secure City
“Smart police” take advantage of ICT development which can ensure citizen’s high quality of life, improve effective and accurate services, reduce police’s burden and increase citizens’ satisfaction. That’s the reason we utilize ICT and innovative strategies to deploy and construct a safe city.


"Law and order" is a phrase that refers to the principles and system of governance that ensures that laws are created, enforced, and upheld in society. It is a concept that emphasizes the importance of maintaining peace, safety, and security through the rule of law.

"Law and order" is a phrase that refers to the principles and system of governance that ensures that laws are created, enforced, and upheld in society. It is a concept that emphasizes the importance of maintaining peace, safety, and security through the rule of law.

The "law" aspect of the phrase refers to the set of rules and regulations that govern society, which are created and enforced by government institutions such as courts and law enforcement agencies. These laws are designed to protect the rights and interests of citizens, and to regulate the behavior of individuals and groups.

The "order" aspect of the phrase refers to the maintenance of a stable and orderly society, where citizens feel safe and secure, and where conflicts and disputes are resolved through peaceful means. This is achieved through the use of law enforcement agencies such as police, the criminal justice system and the court system.

Technology can play a significant role in enforcing law and order in several ways:

  • Surveillance: Technology such as CCTV cameras and drones can be used for monitoring and surveillance to help identify and track criminal activity.
  • Communication: Technology such as radios and mobile phones can be used to improve communication and coordination between law enforcement agencies, making it easier for them to respond to emergencies and share information.
  • Crime analysis: Data analytics tools can be used to process large amounts of data from various sources, such as CCTV footage and social media, to help identify patterns of criminal activity and inform policing strategies.
  • Forensics: Technology such as DNA analysis, fingerprint identification, and ballistics can help to link suspects to crimes and build stronger cases against them.
  • Electronic monitoring: Electronic monitoring devices such as GPS trackers can be used to keep tabs on released offenders and ensure they comply with the conditions of their release.
  • Cybercrime: Technology can also help law enforcement agencies in preventing, detecting and investigating cybercrime, this can include but not limited to: hacking, identity theft, and fraud.
  • Virtual courtrooms: With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual courtrooms have become more prevalent, which allows for remote hearings and proceedings, and it helps to keep everyone involved in the legal process safe and healthy.

Technology is a powerful tool that can help to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of law enforcement agencies, but it also raises concerns about privacy, civil liberties, and the potential for misuse..