Spillman showcased newest Mobile enhancements, Spillman Touch module at IACP

Chicago, Oct. 25, 2011 – Spillman Technologies showcased its newest software products this week at the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s 118th Annual Conference.

The showcase of Spillman’s booth was a Crown Victoria race car named Interceptor that belongs to Calumet City Police Department of Illinois, a Spillman customer since 2009. The show vehicle is a fully equipped and functional police car, and Calumet personnel were on hand to demonstrate Spillman’s Mobile solution from within the vehicle.

Spillman also gave agencies a glimpse of new Mobile enhancements designed to help public safety personnel work efficiently from the field. Using Spillman’s Mobile AVL Mapping module, personnel can view critical call information and an electronic map from a single screen as well as update their status with a single touch.

Enhancements to Spillman’s Mobile Voiceless CAD module allow officers and deputies to save links to frequently used websites and government resources. Large Mobile toolbar buttons make it easy for personnel to utilize a touch-screen computer while driving or wearing gloves.

Spillman also demonstrated its upcoming Spillman Touch application. This module allows personnel to access critical information while away from a traditional workstation. Using Spillman Touch, officers and supervisors can see dispatch information, search for data, and update their status from an iPhone or Blackberry smartphone as well as an iPad or a desktop computer.
Visitors to Spillman’s booth were also able to view custom demonstrations of more than 40 software modules and dozens of interfaces. Attendees were able to see how Spillman’s fully integrated products facilitate seamless data exchange within an agency’s divisions as well as with other public safety agencies.

The IACP Annual Conference was held October 22-26, 2011 in Chicago. The conference provides police department personnel with the chance to share insight, attend more than 150 educational sessions, and view the latest advancements in public safety products and technology.