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Announcing a recent agreement with Maptelligent enabling them to provide the physical security and facility management market with GeoComm Maps and GeoComm Indoor Maps to visualize building floor plans and site assets on cloud-native map displays.
January 29, 2021
GeoComm is excited to announce the promotion of Christy Hayes, PMP, ENP, to Senior Director of Project Management. Hayes who has worked in the public safety industry for over twenty years. She joined GeoComm in 2010 and began leading the Project Management Team in 2015.
January 26, 2021
GeoComm is excited to announce the general availability of GeoComm Maps, a highly available, secure, cloud-native mapping application purpose built to enable users to leverage GeoComm’s Public Safety Location Intelligence® Platform. GeoComm maps provide public safety agencies the ability to deliver the right location data to the right user at the right time.
January 13, 2021
GeoComm Announces Executive Promotion to aid in Streamlined Delivery of Public Safety Location Intelligence®
GeoComm today announced the promotion of Amanda Romaine, MBA, to Assistant Vice President of Marketing and Partner Management. Over the last 10 years, Romaine has built a strong, market-oriented marketing program and demonstrated strategic leadership supporting GeoComm’s Public Safety Location Intelligence® strategy.
January 11, 2021
In 2020 GeoComm worked with the Radcliff Kentucky Police Department, to review the current state of the GIS data being used being utilized at their ECC. This project utilized GeoComm’s proven assess, improve, maintain approach for achieving public safety grade GIS data, ensuring its accuracy for routing emergency response through their CAD system.
January 8, 2021
Today public safety GIS data and location information is disparate, inconsistent, and expanding. Public Safety Location Intelligence® from GeoComm provides a new way to get the right location information, on the right map, for the right people, at the right time, in order to respond to emergency calls faster. This article, authored by John Brosowsky, GeoComm Vice President of Innovation, explains why its a crucial element of public safety 9-1-1 and response.
January 7, 2021
As we look to the future, we are focused on delivery of Public Safety GIS applications and Public Safety GIS Content and Services. Each of these areas will provide executive leadership with Erik Loberg as the Vice President of Public Safety GIS Applications and Jody Sayre as the Vice President of Public Safety GIS Content and Services.
December 9, 2020
On Tuesday, December 8th, 2020, GeoComm and RapidSOS hosted a webinar titled Advancing Location Intelligence: Accessing Indoor Maps from RapidSOS Portal. GeoComm’s John Brosowsky, Vice President of Innovation and RapidSOS’ Karin Marquez, Senior Director of Public Safety sat down to discuss: why now is the right time to equip 9-1-1 call takers and emergency responders with indoor location intelligence, the value indoor maps offer when combined with improved 9-1-1 caller location coordinates and Esri’s industry-leading mapping technology, and how to leverage location intelligence through RapidSOS Portal to create unprecedented situational awareness.
December 1, 2020
GeoComm is honored to be selected by Texas County, Missouri, the largest land mass county in Missouri, covering almost 1200 square miles, to partner with them to improve their GIS data, achieving public safety grade GIS levels indicating it is ready to properly operate in a NG9-1-1 environment.
November 23, 2020
GeoComm is excited to announce they have entered into a GIS data maintenance agreement with the Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP). The WHP relies on accurate and up-to-date GIS data for their Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system which is used to route resources to the location of the emergency calls across the state.
November 20, 2020
When answering a 9-1-1 call, access to accurate and up–to–date map data is essential because seconds count. Fortunately, achieving the necessary quality map data needed for 9-1-1 can happen with just a few steps. Your steps involve assessing, improving, maintaining, and sharing your Geographic Information System (GIS) data to fulfill its mission critical role in current and future 9-1-1 systems.