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    iNetVu installs easily on to the roof of a vehicle and provides full time access to the Internet virtually anywhere in North America via an advanced 2-way high speed satellite connection. iNetVu eliminates the need for land-line hook ups, expensive and slow cellular phones and other wireless service.

    Virtually anywhere the patrol car stops - as long as there's a clear view of the southern sky, you can access to the Internet.

    http://www.highspeedsat.com/nwsltr/1/nwsltrpolicepatrol.htm

    January 28, 2003 - C-COM Minnesota State Patrol Acquires C-COM Mobile Service
    http://www.newswire.ca/releases/January2003/28/c4036.html

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    http://www.highspeedsat.com/firecommandsinstalls.htm
    http://www.highspeedsat.com/rvsinstalls.htm
    http://www.highspeedsat.com/cyberlabsinstalls.htm
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    Lucca
    <a href="http://www.highspeedsat.com/inetvu.htm" target="_blank">www.highspeedsat.com/inetvu.htm</a>

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    Yeah, that's just what we need on our cars.
    "Going to war without France is like going deer hunting without your accordion."
    -Norman Schwartzkopf

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    • #3
      Great idea, but my brass took out solitaire and hearts in our laptops, so I'm sure they would give the big NOOOOOOOOOOOO to this product.
      "I assume you all have guns and crack."

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      • #4
        So far, they left all the games, including pinball, on our MDC's. A driving-while-typing crash is an inevitibility. I just hope whoever it is says they were running a plate and not setting a new high score. [Eek!]
        Government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem. - Ronald Reagan

        I don't think It'll happen in the US because we don't trust our government. We are a country of skeptics, raised by skeptics, founded by skeptics. - Amaroq

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        • #5
          Imagine how much that dish would slow you down. I bet it whistles worse than the lightbar at 70 mph.
          Drug Recognition Expert

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          • #6
            we have internet access in our cars and no big goofy satellite either.

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            • #7
              heh, I can just picture this:

              "Sir, would you mind sitting in my unit while I talk to you?"

              *Gets in front seat*

              *Full-Screen porn on monitor*

              heh heh heh

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              • #8
                Hell...I already bang the sh** out of the antenna's I've already got on the top of my Jeep...I can just imagine having to replace this one every few months!

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                • #9
                  Forget internet access...can I just have DirecTV instead for those rainy graveyard shifts?

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                  • #10
                    Hey, it's the perfect way to keep in touch with your fellow O.commer's 24 hrs a day!
                    "It is easier for a king to have a lie believed than a beggar to spread the truth."---Robert Strecker

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                    • #11
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                      I am the manager of the Commercial Vehicle Safety program for the Idaho State Police. One of our functions is to inspect commercial vehicles and use ASPEN to upload our inspections. Does your system have the ASPEN upload feature? If so, what organizations are using it now with your system?

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                      The ASPEN system includes software to help conduct roadside commercial vehicle/driver inspections with portable microcomputers. ASPEN includes electronic transfer of inspection results, and electronic access to carrier safety performance data and commercial driver license status data. iNetVu system provides you with Internet access based on DIRECWAY high-speed satellite Internet Access, so if ASPEN uses Internet access this system will provide you the same capabilities your terrestrial Internet connection will give you except that all of this is done via satellite and no telephone links are required.

                      The iNetVu High-Speed Satellite Internet Service will allow for rapid upload of inspection data from ASPEN to the Safety and Fitness Electronics Records (SAFER) system. Upon completion of an inspection, Troopers transmit the data wirelessly to the Department of Public Safety Data Processing Center for immediate upload to SAFER. The inspection officers anywhere in the country may use iNetVu to access the SAFER system and view any inspection uploaded to SAFER. Such technology allows officers to apprehend violators of out-of-service orders and to identify repeat offenders.

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                      Minnesota State Patrol uses ASPEN with iNetVu system. The person responsible for that project is Steve Palodichuk, Information Technology Specialist, Minnesota State Patrol. They are the first who transfer inspection data via state of the art, high-speed satellite mobile system.

                      The Commercial Vehicle Safety department will be truly on the leading edge of State Patrols around the country that are starting to employ data communications technologies to improve their services. iNetVu system puts real-time data at a officer's fingertips at the scene where information is most critical. We will be happy to help the officers as they do their important work.

                      In 2001, with the launch of affordable 2-way high-speed Internet services, C-COM became one of the first companies in North America to resell this technology and adapt it to the mobile market. Today, C-COM is one of the leading resellers of 2-way high-speed Internet services for both fixed and mobile markets in North America.

                      In the C-COM tradition, over the next few years, innovation will continue to be high on our agenda. Our mobile products and services will deliver unprecedented access to high-speed Internet customers across North and Central America as well as to customers in Europe, the South Pacific, Asia (India) and Africa. The C-COM mobile technology will enable consumers and businesses alike to deploy high-speed Internet services rapidly virtually anywhere where there is satellite coverage, without the need of an installer and at a reasonable price. We pride ourselves in delivering first class technology combined with first class technical support to our thousands of customers in many places around the world.

                      June 11, 2002 - C-COM Develops Proprietary 2-Way Mobile Antenna, aided by UW research, for Internet Access Into Vehicles
                      http://www.adm.uwaterloo.ca/infonews/release/2002/126%20Internet%20for%20vehicles%20developed,%20Jun e%2011,%202002.html

                      January 28, 2003 - Minnesota State Patrol Acquires C-COM Mobile Service
                      http://www.globeinvestor.com/servlet/WireFeedRedirect?cf=GlobeInvestor/config&vg=BigAdVariableGenerator&date=20030128&archive=cnw&slug=c4036
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                      Lucca
                      <a href="http://www.highspeedsat.com/inetvu.htm" target="_blank">www.highspeedsat.com/inetvu.htm</a>

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                      • #12
                        I vote for locking this thread. This board is not for commercial advertising.
                        "Going to war without France is like going deer hunting without your accordion."
                        -Norman Schwartzkopf

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