• PublicEye revolutionized public safety when we mobilized it. We are doing it again by seamlessly integrating mobile devices with the secure cloud.  

NewsPublicEye revolutionized public safety when we mobilized it. We are doing it again by seamlessly integrating mobile devices with the secure cloud.

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PublicEye is a product that runs on every major smartphone and tablet. PublicEye provides collaboration, situational awareness, data fusion and many operational tools. Features include mapped objects such as 911 calls, real-time alerts, video surveillance and streaming, digital radio, multi-jurisdiction support, CAD, RMS and Twitter integration.


"An important aspect of a fire department is the ability to celebrate your traditions and still maintain the idea of innovation. PublicEye®, for us, is the most recent innovation we’ve had. It’s a technology that’s come at the right time."

Chief AchillesPortsmouth Fire

"With the iPad…[officers are] getting the information much quicker than they used to. This information is vital to the decisions they make so they can make fast, reliable, quick decisions at a moment’s notice."

Chief LavaleeLowell Police

"Anything that they needed to do remotely was all done from the device running through the PublicEye software. So this gave us an entire new dimension for the Boston Marathon that we never had before."

Officer WilderBrookline Police

"PublicEye allows everyone to be on the same page...it is absolute state of the art technology for public safety."

Chief BoyntonTownsend Fire

"Our engine can move out, supported by turn-by-turn directions after just one touch on the 911 call object on the map. Before we get there, we can even see photos and videos of the fire Tweeted by the residents and the neighbors. I cannot overemphasize the value of having another jurisdiction’s information in the hands of our first responders."

Chief WigginBedford Fire

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The groundbreaking mobile solution for public safety is moving to the cloud.

PublicEye in the Cloud™ will use the Microsoft Azure government cloud, an open and flexible cloud platform that helps enable federal, state, local, and tribal governments to take advantage of the cloud while complying with key functional, compliance and security requirements.

“We are excited that PublicEye, the public safety mobile solution, will be built on the Azure government cloud. By combining the power of the cloud with PublicEye, public safety staff can better collaborate with each other so they can focus on serving citizens, ” said Rick Zak, Director of Justice & Public Safety, Microsoft.

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Latest news on PublicEye®

Pelham FD Launches PublicEye on Toughbooks

The fire department in Pelham, NH has deployed PublicEye to their fleet of Toughbooks, bringing new features to their previously underutilized devices. "We've gone from a system that was worth its weight in gold, to a system that now functions worth its weight in gold!"
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Smithfield Upgrades to iPads with PublicEye®

A small Rhode Island town is shaking up their approach to public safety. In an article in the Valley Breeze, The Smithfield Fire Department discusses their decision to upgrade to iPads equipped with PublicEye. They are joining a growing wave of departments switching to mobile devices in the field. “[PublicEye] has come a long way in helping public safety,” said Smithfield Fire Chief Robert Seltzer.
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PublicEye® Connects Fire Departments for Mutual Aid

Multijurisdictional Support and PublicEye
Multijurisdictional support is one of the many unique features of PublicEye. We interviewed Scott Wiggin, Chief of Bedford FD and Mark Boynton, Chief of Amherst FD. These New Hampshire towns share a border, and both use PublicEye on their phones and tablets.

During mutual aid scenarios, each can see the other town's 911-calls, real-time truck and apparatus locations, fire hydrants, building pre-plans and more.

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FEMA Rescue Drill Uses PublicEye® Video Streaming

FEMA Drill Uses PublicEye
The Department of Homeland Security, FEMA, the United States Army, the National Guard, and emergency responders from around the country came to New Hampshire to participate in one of the largest emergency exercises of its kind – and PublicEye was there providing video streaming and communications support.

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PublicEye® Testimonial: Brookline MA Police Department

Brookline PD Using PublicEye
During this year's 2014 Boston Marathon, the Brookline PD deployed PublicEye on officer tablets and phones. The department was able to access live surveillance feeds from along the marathon route, see every officer's real-time location on the interactive map, and share text, video, and photos with the plainclothes officers on the street.

Officer Scott Wilder, Director of Technology at Brookline PD sat down with the team to discuss their PublicEye experience. Click the image above to view our exclusive footage or read more below.

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PublicEye® Streaming and Surveillance at 2014 Boston Marathon

PublicEye Boston Marathon Runners
On April 22, 2014, the Brookline, MA Police joined forces with other state and national public safety departments to provide a secure environment for the 36,000 runners from around the world. Brookline Police used PublicEye on iPads and phones to view real-time 911 calls, stream live video, and view the locations of their officers. They were even able to view Athenx Rapidly Deployable Camera surveillance feeds right from their PublicEye devices.

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PublicEye® Now Available on Toughbooks


PublicEye® is a product that runs on every major smartphone and tablet. Its unprecedented power comes from fully leveraging today’s mobile devices. For departments shifting towards a mobilized force, you can now run PublicEye® on your existing ruggedized PCs and Toughbooks, and all iOS, Android, or Windows 8/RT devices.

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PublicEye® and Lowell PD Featured in StateTech Magazine

Craig StateTech

StateTech Magazine has published an article profiling three government agencies using mobile technology to enhance their work. Craig Withycombe of the Lowell Police Department is featured, sharing the benefits of PublicEye® for a mobile police force.

The article discusses Lowell’s decision to switch to iPads, and breaks down Withycombe’s decision in regards to cost, usability, and versatility.  “Our officers want iPads because they allow them to be much more mobile,” he says.

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Why NH Firefighters Replaced Their Technology - CITEWorld Article

FireFighters Car Fire

When the Bedford Fire Department in NH wanted to update their aging technology, they made the switch to iPads armed with PublicEye®
"I can't stress how much it has made things much more efficient for the fire department to do it this way," said Lt. Lambert of Bedford.

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PublicEye® Voted A Top 20 Law Enforcement Product for 2013

LEPN Gold Star

Law Enforcement Product News released its Gold Star Top Products of 2013 and PublicEye® made the cut! The criteria is based on the most popular inquiries from its readers. We're very honored to have been one of the most requested products of the year!

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12 2014

PublicEye Makes Our ToughBooks Smarter: Pelham FD's Experience

Posted by: Eric Sun on Sep 12th, 2014

When the Pelham Fire Department learned about PublicEye from neighboring jurisdictions, they immediately saw the benefits of adopting our mobile solution. PublicEye offered them the chance to mobilize their operations and join...

19 2014

5 Social Media Tips to Learn from the Bangor PD

Posted by: Laura Millar on Aug 19th, 2014

More and more departments are beginning to use social media. It is an amazing tool for building community relationships and quickly sharing information. However, many treat the medium like a megaphone, shouting information...