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The Bracken County Sheriff's Office and Bracken County E9-1-1 Center announced it has selected PTS Solutions as its new Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and mapping provider. The 9-1-1 Office will use the new software to dispatch officers and to map call locations and incidents.
Cassidian Communications (formerly PlantCML), an EADS North America company and industry leader in mission critical communications, has announced the general availability of version 1.7 of its map-driven emergency notification solution, GeoCast Web. Feature-rich, this adaptation delivers new functionality and greater communications capacity, augmenting the crisis communications efforts of public- and private- sector organizations globally.
Emergency CallWorks Inc., a leading provider of Next Generation 9-1-1 and emergency incident management software for the public safety industry, has announced Cuyahoga County, Ohio's most populous county with 1.3 million citizens including the city of Cleveland, selected Emergency CallWorks to supply its Next Generation (NG) 9-1-1 call management and mapping software solution.
DeLorme Assisting in Development of Disaster Relief Mapping in Pacific Rim Region of Asia To Support Rapid Response Capabilities When Natural Disasters Strike
DeLorme is currently assisting the Government of Australia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in the development of a disaster relief mapping service to enable rapid response capabilities in the event of a natural disaster in the Asia Pacific Rim.
Alabama's largest county, Jefferson County, with an estimated 660,000 citizens has selected Emergency CallWorks (ECW), a leading provider of Next Generation 9-1-1 and incident management software for the public safety industry, to supply advanced 9-1-1 call management and call mapping. The new system, built to meet and exceed the latest Next Generation (NG) 9-1-1 standards, will help improve emergency response capabilities, consolidate operations and add efficiencies as well as lower...
GeoComm has been chosen by FairPoint Communications to supply National Emergency Number Association (NENA) compliant Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the State of Maine's new Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) system... FairPoint will support geospatial call routing and location validation by implementing GeoComm's GeoLynx Spatial Router, a NENA i3 compliant ECRF/LVF system. FairPoint will also implement GeoComm's GeoLynx Server for 9-1-1 call mapping in the state's 26 9-1-1 call centers.
NENA held the Industry Collaboration Event #4 (ICE 4) in Irving, Texas at the AT&T Center for Learning the week of 11/14/11. The focus of the event was emergency call routing based on the LoST hierarchy. This is the core function required to assure reliable and predictable emergency call routing and location validation regardless of the media type or device being used to place a call
Geographic Technologies Group (GTG) has been awarded a contract to improve the street centerline layer for Dothan, Alabama. The centerline layer will be used in conjunction with their E9-1-1 and will be utilized to update their master street address guide (MSAG).
The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is the regional planning agency for the 13 county region and it assists local governments in planning for the future... to make for a safer region, Data Services GIS has been able to standardize their 9-1-1 GIS database fields (schema) and adopt ESRI ArcGIS Server replication for their rural county 9-1-1 group as well as the public safety answering points (PSAP) within the region. Both of these tasks are geared to better equip H-GAC with assisting...
In Motion Technology Inc., a leader in mobile enterprise networks, has announced a partnership with CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. Together the organizations will deliver an end-to-end technology solution, as well as services and support, which will allow mission-critical workforces to securely connect to the enterprise network from vehicles.
The Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office E9-1-1 Communications Center has been using the ledsSuite computer-aided dispatch, mapping, and mobile products, from Zuercher Technologies, LLC, for less than a year. With the many successes they have recognized using these products, they have decided to expand the software installation to include several more ledsSuite products.
Nokia's Location & Commerce unit's Enterprise reseller, WebMaps, is providing NAVTEQ Maps for a new real-time vehicle tracking system in Mexico. With this advanced technology solution, the NAVTEQ Map is used to provide geographical coordinates and enable satellite positioning of vehicles reported as stolen.
The Muskogee City/County Enhanced 9-1-1 Trust Authority (OK) is implementing new technology that will enable information sharing and improve communication between all county public safety agencies. The Trust Authority recently signed a contract to license New World Systems' Aegis Suite of Public Safety software on the Microsoft platform to replace multiple disparate systems at public safety agencies throughout Muskogee County.
Esri has launched a new enterprise licensing program designed to make acquiring Esri technology easy and affordable for small public safety agencies. The Small Public Safety (SPS) Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) gives fire, law enforcement, corrections, probation, and emergency management departments the same benefits that larger organizations have realized from traditional Esri ELA programs. Created for agencies in the United States serving populations of 100,000 or fewer, the SPS ELA...
Imagine you are home alone when you hear a very heated argument from the couple who live next door. You become very concerned when you start to hear items breaking; and then, the wife starts screaming. You make the 9-1-1 call to the police, hoping that within minutes, she will be safe.
GIS for Public Safety has advanced a thousand fold over the past few years but most agencies don't fully leverage GIS. However, that can be easily remedied for your agency. An organization only needs to a) understand what the technology can do and b) understand how to implement the technology.
The City of Portland, ME Police and Fire Departments have realized the need for GIS integration for their public safety operations. Portland had recently deployed a suite of ArcGIS Server based public safety tools from Geographic Technologies Group (GTG). Portland IT and GIS worked with GTG to deploy GeoBlade Dispatch, GeoBlade AVL, GeoBlade Route, GeoBlade Fires, GeoBlade Crimes, and GeoBlade Mobile which integrate seamlessly with any CAD system and in their case the Sungard CAD and RMS...
InterAct, a leading provider of incident response and emergency management software and solutions, has successfully deployed a modern Installation Emergency Management (IEM) and Force Protection solution at the Presidio of Monterey (POM). The solution consists of Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Mapping and Mobile capabilities that modernize a series of previously manual systems.
Video Systems in Public Safety Call Taking and Response
When seconds count in severe weather,SkyGuard Mobile ensures a swift response by delivering site-specific severe weather warnings directly into the hands of the end user - combined with quick and direct access to their organization's standard operating procedures for that type of weather emergency. SkyGuard Mobile from AccuWeather gives enterprise users constant access to the information they need for preparing and responding to severe weather, whether they are in the office, at a job site,...
Spillmanís Pictometry Interface allows users to view a structure from multiple angles and measure its dimensions on an electronic map. The images are captured using high-resolution aerial photography and can be viewed from five different perspectives: north, south, east, west, and from above. Personnel can also see all sides of a structure as well as measure its height, area, pitch, and distance from other objects.
Most 9-1-1 map data is flawed across the country. Itís inaccurate and outdated - missing new streets, closed roads and sometimes whole new developments. It frustrates first responders who have to double-back on roads searching for an address thatís out of numerical order. It can be life-threatening to citizens who need assistance, yet their location cannot be identified quickly or with spot-on precision.
The Wayne County, North Carolina Sheriff's Office (WCSO) recently presented their Esri based GIS tools at the Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN) Board Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina. WCSO was asked to present on the crime analysis and public crime mapping tools that they are utilizing. WCSO currently utilizes GeoBlade Crimes from Geographic Technologies Group (GTG) for internal crime analysis and MapNimbus for providing crime incident information to its citizens.