Tag Archives: NG9-1-1

MicroAutomation-Unify Team to Help Update 9-1-1 System at Tinker Air Force Base

MicroAutomation and Unify have partnered to implement an updated 9-1-1 system for emergency communications at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Defense Information Systems Agency‘s Joint Interoperability Test Command re-certified MicroAutomation’s CallCenter Millennium platform to operate with Unify’s OpenScape Voice product, Unify said Tuesday. Following the JITC certification, Unify received …

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Comtech to Install, Manage Washington State’s 911 Emergency System; Stanton Sloane Comments

Comtech Telecommunications‘ commercial solutions business unit has secured a potential five-year, $45 million contract to provide IP-based next-generation 9-1-1 technology to support emergency communications across Washington state. The company said Wednesday will install and manage a statewide enterprise system designed to comply with the National Emergency Number Association’s NG911 geospatial call routing and reporting standards. …

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Airbus Adds NICE Platform to Public Safety Tech Offerings; Bob Freinberg Comments

An Airbus Defense and Space company has added a NICE-made incident information management platform to that company’s emergency communications processing technology portfolio in an effort to equip public safety answering points with integrated tools. Airbus DS Communications will offer NICE’s NG9-1-1-ready products such as audio recording, text-to-911 logging, screen capture and Inform digital evidence management tools as part of …

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Motorola Solutions Updates Stafford County Emergency Comms System; Tom Guthrie Comments

Motorola Solutions has updated the emergency phone system of Virginia’s Stafford County in an effort to help local government officials track and prioritize emergency personnel. Stafford County implemented the CallWorks CallStation interactive map to let data be transmitted to emergency personnel from public sources, Motorola Solutions said Wednesday. “Stafford County …

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