Michael Baker Int’l Unveils First Responder, Public Safety Practice Services

Michael Baker Logo EMMichael Baker International has launched a public safety product line that works to support first responders and will utilize a team of public safety and geographic information systems.

The company will offer public safety products and services that address a national mandate for 911 technology and a line of services called DataMark along with integration support for the FirstNet network, Michael Baker said Thursday.

“Combining our FirstNet expertise with our DataMark platform allows Michael Baker to offer a single point of contact and interoperability as PSAPs integrate NG911 systems and prepare for the FirstNet overhaul,” said Michael Anderson, Michael Baker associate vice president of GIT.

DataMark GIS for 911 works to connect telecommunications devices with the internet reach a 911 call center or public safety answering point and considers data aspects such as creation, cleanup, quality and maintenance workflows.

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