24”Smart Touch Screen
Saintway’s STW-FS240C makes the traditional fitness products more digitalize, fatigue-free and intelligent. STW-FS240C is configured with RK3399 Hexa-Core/Quad-Core/Dual-Core processors, Curved multi-touch panel, 24” LCD screen, 8.0MP front camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Ethernet. It has the futuristic design, compact body, built-in intelligence and an easy-to-use interface. While training, users can take online course, attend meetings, watching entertainment videos, listening music and explore the new ways to get fit. The tech-rich features of this terminal bring the most convenient and joyful experiences while working out with Spinning bikes and Treadmills.
● RK3399 Hexa-Core/Quad-Core/Dual-Core processors.
● 24'' LCD Curved Screen with Resolution of 1920*1080
● Multi touch points G+G touch panel
● Front camera: 8.0MP
● 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM
● Built-in stereo 8Ω/5W*2 Speakers (Forward facing)
● Bluetooth (optional) 5.0.
● Wi-Fi module: 802.11a/b/g/n AC 2x2 MIMO
● External memory Support outside enlarge (Maximum 64G)
A Closer Look At The STW-FS240C-Android Smart Terminal
Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs) are electronic devices used by law enforcement officers to access information and enter data in their vehicles. MDTs typically include a keyboard, display, and printer. They may also have other features such as GPS navigation and mapping capabilities, voice recognition software, and the ability to interact with law enforcement databases.
Mobile Data Terminals can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of police officers by giving them quick and easy access to information. MDTs can also help officers stay organized and track their work, and improve the accuracy of their reports. In addition, MDT can help improve communication between police officers and dispatch centers.
Through cross-jurisdictional data sharing, MDT and modern software provide officers with the technology to locate North Carolina missing persons reported in South Carolina. The push to use mobile data terminals has revolutionized the way officers fight crime in the field.
Police agencies place great emphasis on the development of mobile data software systems to provide their officers with the most advanced, user-friendly and efficient tools available. Some of the benefits of a secure mobile data terminal software system for police include
Increased efficiency and accuracy of data entry
Law enforcement agencies are responsible for maintaining law and order in the community. They need to enter data into mobile devices while on duty. This data includes information about criminals, victims and witnesses. In the past, police officers used paper and pen to record this data. This was not only time-consuming, but also error-prone. Mobile data terminals equipped with intuitive software ensure that fields are filled in correctly.
2. The ability to interface with existing technology
Software is critical to any business. In the public safety industry, this is no exception. Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs) in police vehicles are one such example of an essential technology that needs to be compatible with a variety of software applications.
3. Cloud Access Security Software
Today, police departments increasingly need access to secure mobile data terminals to help them respond quickly and effectively to emergencies. However, with the rise of cloud computing, there are also increased concerns about the security of these systems. To ensure that police departments can take advantage of this technology, it is critical to work with a cloud-based solution.
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4. Harness the power of real-time data from mobile data terminals
In the age of big data, police departments rely heavily on mobile data terminals (MDTs) to help them make sense of the vast amounts of data they now have. By connecting MDTs to secure databases, officers can access and update information in real time. Whether responding to calls or sharing critical data across jurisdictions, real-time data can help save lives and improve community outcomes.
Real-time data queries are not only efficient, but they also help ensure officer safety. In the past, an officer had to approach a vehicle that had no idea who they were dealing with. Now, with the tap of a finger, officers have all the up-to-date information they need. In addition, the use of cloud-based software on mobile data terminals allows officers to pull repeat offender records, share critical information with other departments when needed, and ultimately streamline reporting.