- OnDuty is expected to help streamline workflow
- OnDuty was developed under the Innovation through Mobility program
- The prototype was created in the police Mobile Innovation Lab and Experience Centre
Software solutions provider, Intergraph, has acquired the Intellectual Property rights to OnDuty, a new suite of mobile applications developed in collaboration with New Zealand Police. Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I), a pioneer in public safety, defence and intelligence, plans to take the OnDuty suite to public safety agencies outside New Zealand. In return, New Zealand Police will receive royalties and resources from Intergraph. OnDuty is expected to help streamline workflow and reporting, and provide greater collaboration, thereby optimising police time and productivity. The app allows officers to attach multimedia files from their mobile devices in the field without having to return to station.