Here’s a sneak peek of the public safety hands-on training we’re offering to end-users at HxGN LIVE 2019.
In this post, mobile products manager Waylon Kenning discusses how mobile technologies can aid first responders during a crisis incident or major event.
The International Chiefs of Police held its 125th conference this year in Orlando, Florida, by highlighting and celebrating the evolution and progression of law enforcement leaders from around the world. In this post, Pam Bernier highlights trends, technologies, and topics from IACP 2018.
In this post, discover how our mobile public safety solutions seamlessly connect field officers and first responders to computer-aided dispatch data and task-specific information.
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.
Gone are the days of field officers and first responders being disconnected from dispatch the moment they step foot on the ground. In this post, our mobile products manager Waylon Kenning discusses how smartphones and mobile applications bring efficiency to public safety agencies.
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.
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.