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The event addressed the increasing use of texts to 911 that request help from public safety-fire, emergency medical services or law enforcement, especially from people with limited English proficiency.
Enterprises can leverage next-generation 911 solutions today that provide advanced capabilities "out-of-band," or "over-the-top," of legacy infrastructure -- enabling better 911 support at a lower price point.
Harnessing new prediction technology, federal authorities hope to sharpen the disaster warnings they send directly to cellphones, as well as to state and county emergency managers, to make the warnings faster and clearer about life-threatening conditions.
The California city has extended access well beyond first responders to include a wide range of supporting agencies.
Last year, more than 116,000 responders trained at the mock municipality, coached by instructors who have confronted some of the nation’s most horrific moments, from the wake of 9/11 to hurricanes Harvey and Katrina.
Redaction solutions powered by artificial intelligence can identify blur items of interest within the video, from license plates to human faces in minutes.
360VR Technology's platform gives responders web-based information about facility interiors proactively -- while they’re en route to the incident and once they’re onsite.
The Chinese manufacturer's Government Edition platform was created specifically for use by government agencies requiring advanced security.
Researchers are developing a program that uses microphones in protective headgear to analyze the direction of gunfire and send that info to a smartphone.
Police departments have recently started requesting access to home surveillance, whether it’s through smart doorbells or registering home or business surveillance cameras.
A video walking tour shows the mine where teams honed underground navigation and exploration technologies for unmanned systems.
Virginia and Maryland responders participated in a search and rescue exercise that tapped FirstNet's mobile communication links.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has revised its guidance for single sign-on for mobile public safety applications.
A drone platform allows dispatchers to automatically send a unit to emergency locations to give responding rescue teams real-time situational awareness as they approach an emergency site.
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