HUNTSVILLE, Ala., January 13, 2010
The city of Columbus, Ohio has selected Intergraph public safety emergency incident response management solutions to streamline police, fire and EMS response in the state’s largest and most populous city.
Emergency responders will utilize Intergraph’s fully integrated computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and mobile dispatch technologies to share multi-agency information in order to better serve the capital city’s more than 700,000 residents. The solutions will enable the City of Columbus Department of Public Safety Communications Center, as well as the Columbus Division of Police and Division of Fire and EMS personnel, to share a common operational picture; make faster, more strategic decisions; and distribute information when responding to incidents in the 212-square-mile jurisdiction.
City and public safety decision-makers selected Intergraph’s integrated emergency incident response and records management solutions for their reliability, scalability and ease-of-use. Additionally, the selection committee felt that the Intergraph system was best-suited to meet their needs today and in the future.
"Intergraph’s emergency incident response, reporting, analysis, and records management solutions are trusted by public safety agencies around the world to facilitate fast and appropriate emergency response to reduce crime, maintain order and save lives," said John K. Graham, president, Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure. "Intergraph’s proven public safety technologies are the most advanced in the market today and the deployment of these solutions will position emergency responders in Columbus to effectively respond to incidents today and meet the ever-evolving challenges of tomorrow."
Intergraph is the leading global provider of public safety emergency incident response, reporting, analysis, and records management solutions. One in 12 people in the world is protected by Intergraph public safety and security solutions.