Today, interoperability is rarely available. Governments and public safety agencies are working on developing interoperable networks, but unfortunately, their efforts are being significantly delayed by current deficiencies in wireless infrastructure. We work with municipalities to develop the infrastructure needed to eventually deploy these new technologies and networks that will undoubtedly make our communities safer.
- Enhanced 911: tracing the location of the 911 caller to within a few feet of the caller.
- Reverse 911: a system that allows the government to broadcast critical information and instructions to wireless phones in the event of an emergency.
- Wireless Amber Alerts: an alert throughout your community when there is an abduction with information updates.
- New Phones Geared toward Children: offer location, tracking, two button combination for 911 and one-touch dialing to parents. These phones have GPS tracking devices for additional safety.