Cutting-Edge Solutions Presented at Policetech Conference & Expo

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, May 1, 2024— As part of the second annual Policetech Conference & Expo, NCFDC was part of an exhibition showcasing the latest advancements in law enforcement technology. Organized by the Canadian Institute, the second annual edition explored emerging trends and facilitated important discussions on the future of policing, including the evolution of law enforcement through generative AI, rollout of next gen 9-1-1, cybersecurity enhancements for policing operational centres, and innovative UAV applications.

Among the exhibitors at this year’s conference was NCFDC and the Cobourg Police Service’s V13 Policetech Accelerator, a joint initiative designed to drive innovation within the law enforcement technology sector. As a media sponsor for the event, the V13 Policetech Accelerator played a role in amplifying the conference’s reach and fostering collaboration among industry stakeholders. The V13 Policetech Accelerator also secured exhibition space for four standout clients, each poised to showcase groundbreaking solutions designed to enhance public safety and efficiency in law enforcement.

  • Eye3 unveiled its novel rapid-roadside drug screening tool, offering law enforcement agencies a powerful weapon in the fight against impaired driving. With its cutting-edge technology, Eye3 enabled officers to quickly and accurately detect the presence of drugs, facilitating swift interventions and ensuring safety on the roads.
  • Monerus, another standout client of the V13 Policetech Accelerator, showcased its AI-enabled vehicle lighting systems. Monerus provides innovative technology solutions that enhance the capabilities of law enforcement through advanced AI integration and their specialized hardware systems.
  • Rubicon, demonstrated its novel approach to community safety and well-being initiatives. By leveraging data analytics and community engagement tools, Rubicon empowers law enforcement agencies to proactively address emerging threats and foster stronger ties with the communities they served.
  • offers UAV solutions tailored specifically for police services. From aerial surveillance to search and rescue operations,’s UAV solutions also provide new roadmaps for police services to navigate regulatory and certification requirements to operate UAVs in their districts.

Their presence at the conference underscored the transformative potential of technology in shaping the future of law enforcement and community safety.

“By collaborating with the V13 Policetech Accelerator, these forward-thinking companies not only gained positioning and exposure but also contributed to the advancement of policing practices worldwide,” said Joe Miller, Business Development Officer at NCFDC. “Attendees experienced firsthand the ingenuity and impact of these pioneering efforts and gained a glimpse into the future of policing. The innovations on display served as a testament to the power of collaboration and innovation in shaping a more prepared law enforcement community.”

Meanwhile, back at Venture13, NCFDC is gearing up for the finals of the Pitch to the Chief ™ – Youth Edition taking place on May 14, 2024. High school students from Cobourg Collegiate Institute (CCI) and St. Mary Secondary School (SMSS) will present their ideas on crime prevention and community innovation to Paul VandeGraaf, Chief of Police, and a panel of industry experts. The winner will secure a seat in the Venture13 VentureZone and a $500 cash prize.

Members of the community are encouraged to attend and cheer on the youth entrepreneurs as part of the audience for the main event. Register now.


Daniela Scoppa
Marketing & Communications Coordinator – NCFDC