California city police departments to use Reviver’s digital license plate
Reviver has established partnerships with the city police departments of Atwater and Fort Bragg, Calif., to use its RPlate digital license plate on their fleets.
In a news release, Reviver said the digital license plate can provide a significant resource for public safety departments, with its accurate display of vehicle registration and advanced telematics to assist with stolen vehicle recovery, emergency disabling of fleet vehicles and display of public safety messages and alerts. Portals to the platform can also be established for third-party partners, law enforcement or private security services.
“Ensuring the safety of my officers in the remote and rugged area of the Northern California coast is a top priority,” Fort Bragg police chief Neil Cervenka said. “The geography of our area inhibits radio and cellphone signals in the vast stretches of wilderness officers must pass through often. Our area is subject to floods, snow, earthquakes and tree falls — all of which can trap an officer on the road,
“Our partnership with Reviver and the adoption of the RPlate technology represent an important advancement in officer safety. Reviver has demonstrated a genuine understanding of our needs and a commitment to our community. Knowing I will be able to immediately locate an officer in trouble is a huge relief.”
Reviver said the technology provides the departments with operational efficiencies, situational response, enhanced officer safety, improved connectivity and increased support for their local communities.
The company said law enforcement agencies particularly value the RPlate’s automated registration and GPS tracking features.
“Reviver has worked closely with community public safety departments in the design, development, testing and implementation of the digital license plate,” Reviver founder and chief strategy officer Neville Boston said. “Their active cooperation and input have been invaluable in ensuring that our RPlate offers features and functions that are a priority for them in performing their vital public safety duties.”
Reviver said it has provided educational training to more than 30,000 law enforcement officers in all 50 states.