Humans + AI
We augment human decision-making and intelligently automate workflows with comprehensive data-driven insights powered by artificial intelligence.
Our AI helps you do what you already do...better.
Use technology to augment human skills, reinvent operating models and redefine tasks. AI in public safety helps you spend more time on what matters most.
Our AI helps you find the crime-fighting insights buried in your data.
Our AI never gets bored. Let it do the routine work, so you can focus on your community.
Our AI can show the next generation, what next generation policing can do.
Today’s public-safety challenges demand latest technology
Old, manual processes are no match for the volume of data agencies deal with today. AI can help transcribe 9-1-1 calls, provide knowledge-on-the-go, and focus on what matters most.
9-1-1 calls received
Incident reports created annually in a major city
Body-worn video captured annually in a major city
Human in the loop
Our AI never takes consequential actions independently. The human makes the decisions.
We identify specific sections of the workflow where AI can help you accomplish your goals faster.
We apply trained, tested and proven AI/ML technologies to provide expected behavior in AI-powered solutions.
Governance and compliance
Our Motorola Solutions Technology Advisory Committee (MTAC) serves as a ‘technical conscience’ to provide an outside-in point of view.
We take planned steps to eliminate the effect of unfair biases both in how we build our systems, and how our users interact with information from our systems.
We enable users and organizations to answer to their stakeholders for the decisions made and actions taken when utilizing AI systems.
We ensure that the intended use of the technology, the information provided by the AI systems, and the decisions users make, can be inspected and communicated.
We believe in privacy, and take all steps to prevent misuse of data. We apply firm governance protocols to data stored, produced, or utilized in our solutions.
We ensure that the assistive information provided by AI systems is meaningful and interpretable, and the role of humans as the ultimate decision-maker is clear.
We apply rigorous deployment and monitoring methods to ensure our AI solutions capabilities work dependably in any mission-critical situations.
Technology, just for the sake of technology, is no good. But something that actually enhances our work and helps us out in the field, and makes it safer for us to work is always welcome
and a good thing to have.
Mobile Systems Manager - Spokane County Sheriff’s Office