Learning from other sectors has been a common theme in recent discussions across the U.K. water industry. In this post, Keston Morris discusses the benefits water utility companies could reap by adopting incident command practices used by public safety agencies to manage major incidents and events.
Here are four change management principles to help your officers and first responders successfully transition to mobile technologies in the field.
Mobile technologies have the potential to transform how police and law enforcement agencies respond to calls, operate, and engage with the public. In this post, our mobile products manager Waylon Kenning shares a few ideas on how to prepare officers and first responders for mobile technologies.
In British APCO’s latest quarterly journal, Peter Prater writes about how control room supervisors and managers can successfully address changing service expectations and demands in the digital age.
Today’s cities strive for a safer, more effective transportation system for the traveling public. In this post, we discuss how collaboration between policymakers, engineers, and design technology contributes to safer streets and cities.
In this post, Pam Bernier discusses how mobile incident management solutions can help fire agencies improve response and operations. Bernier also highlights and recaps other topics covered in our recent webinar.
In this post, Michael Seah discusses how public safety agencies can overcome today’s big challenges using multi-agency coordination as well as other topics he’ll cover in our upcoming Safe Cities webinar.
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.
How can control centers optimize resource coordination and cooperation with other centers? How can spatial databases be maintained more efficiently to benefit dispatch systems? These questions and more were the focus of our second HxGN LOCAL Talk event. Here’s a look at the event's topics, discussions, and outcomes.
Recently, Manoj Pandit participated in the “Decoding Smart Cities” panel discussion for India's The Economic Times. Here's a panel recap and video of Pandit discussing the value of data sharing, limitations of technology standardization, implementing best-of-breed technologies, and longer-term approaches to building smarter and safer cities across India.