February 27, 2020

GeoComm Providing Critical GIS Element in the State of California’s NG9-1-1 System Transformation Project through Partnership with Atos Public Safety LLC

GeoComm today announced its partnership with Atos Public Safety LLC and their contract as Prime Network Service Provider (PNSP) with the State of California to transform the state’s 9-1-1 system to a leading-edge broadband communication platform. GeoComm, in partnership with Atos, will serve as the State of California’s statewide Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) GIS data services provider.

Reliable and up to date GIS data is critical in NG9-1-1 to ensure accurate routing of 9-1-1 calls in an Emergency Services IP Network (ESInet). GeoComm’s public safety GIS solution will power the underlying GIS data quality delivered through the Atos NG9-1-1 IP Network and the regional networks as the authoritative NG9-1-1 GIS data for the state.

“Access to a secure, reliable NG9-1-1 IP network will have a tremendous impact on the effectiveness of communications between emergency callers and first responder resources within communities. Atos Public Safety LLC has been entrusted to migrate some of the world’s most mission-critical environments and we are happy to partner with GeoComm in the State of California for the critical statewide GIS element.”

Phil Rotheram, Head of North America Sales, Public Safety

“GeoComm continues to be recognized throughout the country as the leader in NG9-1-1 GIS solutions and services. We are honored to be working with Atos Public Safety LLC and the State of California for this exciting NG9-1-1 transformation project as the state migrates its 9-1-1 network, advancing emergency services for the public, 9-1-1 professionals, and first responders.”

Erik Loberg, GeoComm Vice President of Product Management

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