Many applications are being developed for the public-safety sector. While many of the apps are proving useful, some industry experts are urging agencies to use caution before implementing them, to ensure that the applications are appropriate for the particular first-responder environment.
Motorola Solutions product manager Shelly Williams and Erwin Silver, a senior product manager for Motorola Solutions, demonstrate some of the integrated functionality the company is using to augment the features included in its real-time intelligence console (RIC).
David Guilford, software engineer for Northrop Grumman, describes some of the features available in the company’s fourth-generation computer-aided-dispatch system during the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) show in Anaheim, Calif.
Diamond Chaflawee, director of public-safety marketing for NICE Systems, talks about the latest version of the company's Inform public-safety answering point (PSAP) management system, which now features a quality-assurance component. Chaflawee spoke during the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) conference in Anaheim, Calif.
Jill Hofstetter, a lead product manager for Zetron, spoke about the company's remote command-and-control suite that enables 911 telecommunicators to access several Zetron platforms via laptop and tablet PCs. Hofstetter spoke at the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) conference in Anaheim, Calif.
Kevin Williams, Avtec's vice president of product development, talks about the latest version of the company's Scout VoIP communication console system, which now features a Project 25-compliant key management facility (KMF) interface that ensures secure over-the-air encryption when updating radio keys. Williams spoke at the Association of Public Safety Communications Offficals (APCO) conference in Anaheim, Calif.