Every year, 911 call centers receive millions of calls from citizens using smartphones. However, many PSAPs still rely on ANI/ALI landline location information. In this post, Beth Harte discusses how Hexagon’s computer-aided dispatch system and RapidSOS' location accuracy technology work together to help PSAPs overcome this challenge.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police's annual conference and expo is right around the corner. In this post, Beth Harte highlights the in-booth presentations and public safety technology we will be showcasing at this year's event.
APCO International’s 2018 Conference & Expo is right around the corner. Here’s a preview of the public safety solutions and technologies we're showcasing at this year’s event.
PSAP interoperability is critical to making emergency response more efficient and communities safer. In this post, we look at the many topics and facets we'll explore in our upcoming webinar on PSAP interoperability.
There are times when unplanned incidents and emergency require multiple groups of essential responders to effectively work together. But often there isn’t a common system or technology framework being used. In this post, we discuss how safe city technologies enhance emergency management.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's Brian Dunkle, regional sales manager for Americas public safety, was awarded the TX-NENA President’s Award at the recent Texas Public Safety Conference in Galveston. Learn more about Brian's role and involvement with TX-NENA in this post.
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. The second week of April honors the men and women who serve as 911 call-takers, emergency dispatchers, radio and phone technicians, and other public safety communications staff. Join us as we say thank you.
Kick off the spring by accelerating your Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) knowledge and making the most of your technology investment. Learn more about how to register for our upcoming I/CAD courses in this post.
This week we celebrate 50 years of 911 service in the United States. In this post, we look at the past, present, and future of 911 and related technology.
With more than 50 declared disasters in the U.S. this year, it’s not a matter of when a disaster will strike, but how prepared response agencies will be when it happens. In the latest white paper by Frost & Sullivan, emergency management professionals will get insights into using technology as a force multiplier to manage the full life cycle of emergency operations.