GeoComm GIS Data Hub

Take your GIS data to the next level utilizing GeoComm GIS Data Hub to provide insights to help 9-1-1 authorities achieve Public Safety Grade GIS.

GeoComm GIS Data Hub is a cloud-based solution and is the central element of GeoComm’s complete integrated 9-1-1 GIS data workflow process toolset.  This software empowers users to quickly validate their GIS data against industry standards and generates actionable reporting, transforming disparate GIS datasets into a common schema.

In addition, it manages the GIS data lifecycle by completing multi GIS dataset aggregation into a seamless coverage area.  GeoComm GIS Data Hub also prepares map packages for provisioning to NG9-1-1 and 9-1-1 applications such as 9-1-1 call mapping and CAD mapping systems or provisions data as a NENA compliant spatial interface, GeoComm SI, for NENA i3 Emergency Call Routing Function and Location Validation Function.

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GeoComm GIS Data Hub Features Include:

Allows Data Originators to Work in their Native Data Schemas: Data originators can submit their data in the schema they maintain the data in, not requiring them to reformat their data prior to validation or provisioning to GeoComm GIS Data Hub.

Ease of GIS Data Submission: GIS data is submitted by zipping, dragging, and dropping data submissions into GIS Data Hub through a simplified, web-based interface.

Validation Upon GIS Data Submission:  GIS data is validated during the extract, transform, load (ETL) process to ensure the GIS data meets certain requirements prior to full data validation processing.

Completes NENA Default Validation Checks: GeoComm GIS Data Hub is equipped with default validation checks which were designed to support the NENA recommendations for GIS data validation and maintenance.  The checks are highly configurable, including: the ability to select/deselect individual quality control (QC) checks, customizing data validation tolerances and thresholds, and customizing the data layers that each check references.  Validation checks are limited only by the data available.  Further, through active involvement in NENA GIS standards development and continual monitoring of required and recommended QC.

Provides Quality Reporting and a Dashboard: Validation reports can be downloaded in Excel, PDF, or .CSV file formats.  Discrepancy reports are provided in both .CSV and file geodatabase (FGDB) format for spatial error reporting.  In addition, an interactive and customizable dashboard can be used as an information management tool to track key performance indicators, performance metrics, or other key information about your GIS data.

Creates Notifications:  GeoComm GIS Data Hub provides activity notifications about your GIS data, which can be sent to local 9-1-1 jurisdictions, the State/Region, or any other designated entity.  The notifications are sent as an e-mail with a detailed description of the events and the reason for the notification.  Notifications include: data submissions, fatal errors in the data submission, validation checks completed, and validation report availability.

“GIS Data Hub is an integral part of our monthly processes. It creates a central location for cities (with GIS departments), in our District, to submit their GIS data which is then returned to our office as a single dataset. GIS Data Hub helps our office and our partner agencies identify possible errors in our datasets, which helps our District prepare for Next Generation 9-1-1 deployment. This would have been a difficult task without GIS Data Hub.” 

Vanessa Feagins, GIS Supervisor, Denco Area 9-1-1 District

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Why Public Safety Location Intelligence?

There is more data available than ever before and it just keeps growing.  Public Safety Location Intelligencefrom 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.

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