Discover innovative and cost-effective ways to help police, fire, and emergency medical technician (EMT) professionals share data between different jurisdictions and disciplines—even across disparate public-safety communications systems. Route calls to the most appropriate agency to streamline operations and provide a more coordinated response.
All public safety workers can perform their jobs more efficiently and more safely if they have real time access to critical data. Whether it is the real time video stream of an incident in progress, or the transmission of vital signs data from an in-ambulance patient on their way to the Emergency Room, the ability to quickly access information and communicate from the field often means the difference between life and death.
Police Officers have high-speed access to data and video enabling them to identify suspects in the field, and providing enhanced situational awareness. They spend less time in the office and more time on the street.
Fire Fighters can download building and utility plans and access Hazmat databases while in transit to an incident, making them better prepared.
Emergency Medical Technicians can transmit live video of injuries and patient vital signs directly from an accident site or from a speeding ambulance en route. In-field triage and emergency treatment can provide expert medical attention during the first “golden half hour” of any critical injury.
- Live video feeds to and from public safety vehicles enable monitoring by remote command personnel, and enhance situational awareness for the responders.
- Self-contained, tactical temporary networks can be quickly setup to provide communications for natural disasters, around crime or accident scenes, and during community events.
- Mobile telemedicine delivers vital signs and live video communications between accident victims, on-scene technicians and emergency room doctors – all while travelling at motorway speeds.
Technology Partners works with world-leading vendors to deliver fully integrated public safety communications solutions. Such solutions are often a key component of a full Digital City strategy.