Comtech to Showcase 911 Solutions for States and Local Jurisdictions at NENA 2022
With decades of experience,
Call Routing and Location Delivery:
Comtechdesigns, implements, and operates secure, highly available, carrier agnostic Emergency Services IP Networks (“ESInets”) across the United States. Our NENA i3 NG911 Next Generation Core Services (“NGCS”) applications enable end-to-end Internet Protocol (“IP”) call completion and data delivery, and our multiple operational models put our customers in control of their regional or statewide deployment.
- Call Handling and Management Solutions: Purpose-built with more than 30 years of research and innovation, Comtech Solacom’s line of NG911 solutions leverage advanced hardware and software technologies that are trusted to streamline processes and enable a more efficient collection of critical information in emergency situations. Live demonstrations for our industry-leading 911 solutions include Guardian Call Handling, Map, and our latest workload planning and management application, Insights.
- Cybersecurity: Comtech’s CyberStronger™ solutions include up-skill, re-skill, and training systems to increase the cybersecurity skills of any mission-critical workforce or public safety staff. These solutions provide education, hands-on training, and live online knowledge assessment and skills-building programs in all cybersecurity areas.
- Situational Awareness: Comtech’s SmartResponse™ situational awareness platform is an in-cloud geospatial solution with real time, contextual, and actionable intelligence for public safety answering points (“PSAPs”) and security agencies. This powerful application collates human and device-generated data into a flexible mapping interface, providing actionable insights into emergency situations for efficient and effective management of crisis situations.
Text Messaging Capabilities:
Comtechoffers multiple options for Text to 911, including an interim web-based solution (“EMedia®”) and Session Initiation Protocol (“SIP”) Message Session Relay Protocol (“MSRP”) connectivity from the Comtech Text Control Center(“TCC”) to PSAPs’ call handling equipment (“CHE”). Additionally, Messenger—readies call takers with the ability to collect, process and share previously unavailable live incident information such as text, photos, and video via short message service (“SMS”)/multimedia messaging service (“MMS”), from one integrated desktop.
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