[Video] ICR-3241 Patrol Vehicle Router User Feedback
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[Video 1] Why was your department initially interested in the ICR-3241?
This video is from an interview with the head of a NYS law enforcement agency’s IT department. He explains, “Why was your department initially interested in the ICR-3241?” The video includes information about:
- This agency’s pain points in working with their current vendor.
- Their desire to centrally manage their devices.
- The overall value of the ICR-3241.
- The agency was looking for a “what you see is what you get” router – without costly add-ons down the road.
“…that is one thing when you are preparing technology to implement for a particular thing. You are not always privy to a lifecycle of a manufacturer outside of yourself or anything else. But they can clearly play pretty significant and costly roles in the implementation of technology.”
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[Video II] First Impressions of the ICR-3241 Patrol Vehicle Router -Out of the Box
This video features an interview with the head of a NYS law enforcement agency’s IT department. In this clip, he answers the question, “What were your initial impressions of the router, right out of the box?” The video includes information about:
- Durability of the ICR-3241 in a patrol car environment.
- Purchasing one standard model that does it all.
- Wi-Fi and Ethernet capabilities.
- Physical components of the router.
- Mobile command capabilities.
“[This model is] standard across the board and it has a second ethernet port so I could actually hardwire something else to the car, it has built-in WiFi, has padded antennas and it clearly works with the existing antennas we have. It went from just kind of a single-faceted what I’ve seen in the past, to okay now we can actually do a lot of things. [The ICR-3241 gateway router] eliminates about six different things that need to be done when you’re setting up a scene.”HEAD OF IT, NEW YORK LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
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