Jul 22, 2012
The proliferation of mobile devices across the entire United States has added a new dimension for Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) from a criminal investigation and counter-terrorism perspective. Locating mobile devices of interest (warrant-based) is becoming a primary and integral part of the LEA’s surveillance toolkit.
Jul 11, 2012
There are many network-based and handset-based location technologies available today. However, most of them suffer from either accuracy or coverage limitations.
Mar 26, 2012
Over the last several years, wireless communications has evolved from primarily providing voice services to high speed and always-on data services. The high throughputs demanded by Smartphone applications require higher signal to noise ratios (SINR), to provide the expected quality of service levels, especially in indoor environments where most wireless users spend their time.
Jan 25, 2012
Polaris Wireless has successfully developed and commercially deployed a patented, high-accuracy wireless location technology that supports delivery of the full range of location-aware applications and services. Polaris Wireless was founded in 1999 with the sole purpose of developing industry-leading wireless location technologies; the company remains totally dedicated to this objective.
Jan 15, 2012
Founded in 1999, Polaris Wireless has over 10 years of experience developing and commercializing wireless location technology, products and solutions that makes the delivery of location-aware information services economically feasible.
Jan 09, 2012
In almost every country in the world, wireless service providers are required to enable the monitoring of voice calls and data sessions, termed Lawful Location Surveillance (LLS), for use by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) in criminal investigations and antiterrorist measures.
Nov 11, 2011
The mobile geo-location industry emerged in the United States (US) in the late 90's, after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) mandated that all emergency calls (E911) from mobile devices must be located by wireless operators/carriers with specific location accuracy and reliability requirements.