Thousands of journalists, bloggers and tech industry analysts will see the Mobile Digital Computer System (MDCS), integrated by Raytheon, that has been installed in more than 100 LASD vehicles to date, with more being installed and put into service continually.
What does MDC stand for?
MDC stands for Mobile Digital Computer (used in Washington, DC police cars)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 414 other meanings of MDC in our Acronym Attic
- Missile Data Center
- Missile Destroyed Civilization (song by MDC)
- Missile Development Center
- Mission Data Converter
- Mission Director's Center (US NASA)
- Mission Duty Cycle
- Missouri Department of Conservation
- Mobile Data Center
- Mobile Data Collector (wireless sensor network)
- Mobile Daughter Card (mobile computing)
- Model Design Construction (hobby models; UK)
- Model Die Casting (model railroad manufacturer)
- Modeling Decision Council
- Modem Daughter Card
- Moderately Developed Country
- Modification Detection Code (cryptography)
- Monex Deposit Company (California)
- Monodansylcadeaverine (cancer cells)
- Mood Disorders Clinic (psychiatry)
- More Developed Countries
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The City Council has unanimously approved a 14-month contract with Griffin Grant Writing and Consulting Services, a Mill Valley company that officials hope will raise funds for a mobile digital computer system for police cruisers.
The corrected release reads: LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SELECTS PANASONIC TOUGHBOOK MOBILE COMPUTERS FOR COUNTYWIDE PATROL VEHICLE DEPLOYMENT Nation's Largest Sheriff's Department Deploys Thousands of Toughbook[R] 31 and Toughbook 19 Mobile Computers with Wireless Broadband Technology to Improve On-the-Road Access to Critical Law Enforcement Applications Panasonic Solutions Company, a provider of rugged mobile technology solutions for the Public Sector, today announced that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) in Los Angeles, California, the largest Sheriff's department in the United States, has selected its Toughbook[R] 31 and Toughbook 19 fully-rugged mobile computers for countywide vehicle deployment, as part of the LASD Mobile Digital Computer (MDC) project.