Chrysler’s Uconnect telematics platform system will be tested in police cruisers as an alternative to the bulky laptops some officers use to relay and retrieve information. The auto maker is hoping law-enforcement agencies will warm to touchscreen technology over keyboards and other displays. Chrysler will unveil a concept version of the platform at the upcoming International Association of Chiefs of Police annual conference in San Diego. Built with Continental Engineering ...

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