About NG911 FutureMakers™
As the nation’s NG911 infrastructure is being built, a select group of industry professionals is tasked with the critical mission of crafting an environment that will be a fine balance of new technology and citizen safety. This podcast will not only provide recognition to these critical industry icons but share their thoughts and ideas in hopes that they will inspire leaders today, as well as the leaders in training for the future.
VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Corp. (CSE: VSBY) (Frankfurt 5VS) (OTC: VSBGF) (“VSBLTY”), a leading provider of security and retail marketing technology, is partnering with 911inform to provide tighter safety and security measures for schools, universities, and campus environments.
Major kudos to Executive Director Tyrell T. Morris, MBA CPE of the Orleans Parish Communication District 911 center, responsible for New Orleans Louisiana. The OPCD Is taking the new FCC initiatives on Kari’s Law and the RAY BAUM’S Act seriously, ensuring local businesses are well aware of the problem, and solutions. See their Press Conference by clicking the Watch Here button.
On September 3, 2020, Frost & Sullivan honored 911inform with the 2020 New Product Innovation Award in Enterprise Safety Solutions. This award recognizes 911inform for identifying the current gaps in legacy E9-1-1 communications infrastructure ...
While some may argue that it’s telecom folklore, the story remains about Alexander Graham Bell offering his patent on the telephone to Western Union for a mere $100,000 in 1876. As the story goes, the company responded with a relatively terse response stating that “the request for $100,000 of the sale of this patent is utterly unreasonable, since this device is inherently of no use to us”.
The most critical question for a 911 call taker is, “Where is your emergency?” The post office can efficiently deal with street addresses to deliver your mail; 911 call takers can use that to get the proper resources to a residence, but what about locating you in a large, multi-story enterprise building? Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, is located on a 26-acre campus located at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway. But that address encompasses several buildings...
Soon, 2020 will be over. We will be looking forward to 2021 as the year of rebirth and hopefully a new sense of normalcy. While many IT projects have stalled; the rollout of next-generation 911 networks has been progressing quietly at the State level in several areas. These new networks promise public safety some incredible new capabilities. Along with desperately needed agency interoperability, secure connections between agencies can now exist...
Watch our VP of Public Safety Mark (Fletch) Fletcher, ENP talk to Ty Wooten, ENP, Director of Education for NENA. Learn the insights to education and training in addition to personal and mental health are all key cornerstones of the successful emergency services telecommunicator.
Watch our VP of Public Safety Mark (Fletch) Fletcher, ENP talk to Stephen Martini - Metro Nashville Emergency Communications about how he understands the technology enough to know that system diversity is the best prevention of failure and looks to build out NG911 services.
Watch our VP of Public Safety Mark (Fletch) Fletcher, ENP talk to Tyrell Morris Orleans Parish ECC about implementing technology in his center focused on next-generation 911 location enhancements as well as additional information that can be collected from hotels, businesses, and the vast pool of IoT devices available today.
With the addition of RapidSOS and 911inform, our 911 Center has increased its' capabilities while decreasing response times. The information pushing out to the department officers provides timely information while keeping everyone informed of an incident. The officers and dispatchers are provided with accurate mapping information to specific locations within our schools. We look forward to continuing our partnership with both platforms.
As the first RapidSOS 9-1-1 partner in the state of New Jersey, the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office quickly recognized the game changing technology provided to our public safety agencies and our residents. That coupled with 911inform creates a powerful set of technological tools and places it at the hands of our first responders when needed the most during critical incidents.
Responding to emergencies has been easier and faster with 911inform. Cuts out the guess work knowing exactly where we are needed and the capabilities of allowing us to access doors or paging into rooms helps us to save lives.
I was impressed with how easy this platform was to use. They promise exactly what you’re looking for: fast and quick notifications. About 3 minutes have been cut off our response time. Plus, all the features they offer it’s a never-ending solution to school safety.