Putting the right location data, on the right map, for the right people, at the right time.
Introducing Public Safety Location Intelligence™
GeoComm combines high quality locally authoritative maps with verified, curated additional supportive map data and live location content into a single consolidated service that can feed into any public safety mapping application to ensure the right data is provided to emergency 9-1-1 call centers and emergency responder applications at the right time.
Technology is changing rapidly: GeoComm can help you plan for and harness emerging location technology to save more lives and protect more property.
Public Safety GIS data is Disparate
Instead of locking different GIS data inside individual apps, provide the same GIS data and a common view to all users across your public safety enterprise.
Public Safety GIS Data is Inconsistent
Demand continuous and auditable 9-1-1 standards-based quality control and program compliance of your public safety GIS data.
Public Safety GIS Data is Expanding
Combine your local GIS data with high quality, curated, relevant, external map data sources like weather, natural hazards, and WAZE.
Public Safety Location Intelligence™ only from GeoComm
Location is the most important piece of information in an emergency. With over 80 percent of 911 calls coming from cell phones—many of them from citizens located indoors—it is critical that first responders have accurate information on where incidents are occurring. This partnership provides accurate caller location and other critical data through the context of indoor maps, creating an advanced view of the emergency.
GeoComm, a leader in Public Safety GIS solutions, is excited to announce that over 1,500 jurisdictions across the country are now utilizing GeoComm GIS Data Hub as an integral part of their Public Safety GIS data management process. By leveraging this system, users are able to measure progress towards developing and maintaining Public Safety Grade GIS
GeoComm today announced the nomination and acceptance of Jody Sayre to Esri’s Partner Advisory Council (PAC). Jody Sayre, GeoComm’s Vice President of Marketing and Channel Management will serve as a representative for a 3-year term. By participating on the PAC, Jody will represent and advocate for the needs of current and potential GeoComm public safety customers that utilize Esri ArcGIS Platform technologies in mission critical life-saving applications.
GeoComm Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Empowering Our Customers to Create Powerful 9-1-1 and NG9-1-1 System Public Safety Grade GIS Data
When founded in 1995, GeoComm provided turnkey emergency services to local county governments and throughout the years has grown to not only serve local county governments but also, regional and statewide government agencies as well as some military agencies spanning forty-nine different states, protecting more than 100 million people.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world, creating unique and stressful situations for everyone. Throughout this uncertain time, we feel fortunate that our employees have been able to work remotely while still providing the highest level of service that our customers have come to expect. In addition to our customer dedication, we are also committed to being responsible corporate citizens and giving back to our local community.
GeoComm is pleased to announce their entrance into a ten-year GIS data development and management contract with the Oregon State Police (OSP) to complete a variety of GIS services in support of their Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system, including ongoing GIS data management services in support of both CAD and future NG9-1-1 systems.