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The Regional Information Sharing Portal acts as a data collection platform and a source of information for responder agencies.
Public and private sector organizations are turning to the developer community to deliver creative solutions to public safety challenges.
The FirstNet Board signed off on investments to upgrade the network core to enable 5G network capabilities and increase and optimize the fleet of deployable communication assets.
A new self-contained communications environment for emergency medical responders aims to improve situational awareness and real-time triage.
With instant mobile notifications, personalization and text-to-landline services, SMS texting provides a modern communications tool communities can leverage when disaster or emergency strikes.
As emergency responders arrive in the Bahamas to help rescue and recovery efforts after Hurricane Dorian, they need ways to track their assets on the ground.
Efficient, rapid and accurate information flow during an emergency can save lives, especially during complex, evolving events like Hurricane Dorian.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is concerned that a wireless network operated by the Mexican company Altan will interfere with public safety communications near El Paso.
A new solution dynamically vets and authorizes first responders and their devices so they can access and share information when they are participating in incidents outside their home jurisdiction.
The contract will ensure key stakeholders have access to priority telecommunications services in the event of a major disaster, terrorist attack or act of war.
Local government and first responders will soon be able to use Facebook to spread information about emergencies.
A contracting initiative allows Virginia agencies and NASPO ValuePoint participants to purchase drone services from a master contract.
Law enforcement officials are using video from the 3,200 streetlight cameras to investigate violent crimes.
The 911 Grant Program awarded 34 states and two tribal nations more than $109 million to help 911 call centers migrate to IP-enabled emergency networks.
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