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Alabama NENA Gulf Coast 911 Conference
October 16 - October 17
Dispatchers Need Uninterrupted Service
With an estimated 240 million 911 calls happening across the US every year, every second counts when dispatching responders to an emergency situation. What happens when the network goes down? Emergency calls don’t stop coming in, so dispatchers scramble for pen and paper, knowing that every second is critical during downtime. Dispatchers also know they have to play catch up with data input when connectivity is restored.
Caliber Public Safety develops the only Computer Aided Dispatch software that builds in “disconnected operations” as a standard feature, meaning that dispatchers continue to do their job, as usual, even when their system is down. Once connection is restored, the workstations and server synchronize automatically. Work continues as usual, so the focus on saving lives and property continues, uninterrupted.
Another Caliber innovation is that we make your data work for you! With our system, all queries for NCIC state data are returned in the same format regardless of state. This includes persons, vehicles, articles, and guns. All data is in the same place, every time, no matter the origin of the information. First responders get the information they need much quicker because they don’t have to hunt for it.
Dedicated GIS Department
Caliber has its own full-spectrum dedicated GIS department. By leveraging Caliber’s GIS Services, there is no need to hire a third party or allocate internal resources to build accurate maps necessary for displaying real-time unit and incident information. Let us map out your details!
Join as at the 2017 Alabama NENA Gulf Coast 9-1-1 Conference to meet with Director Derek Smith and learn more about our flagship CAD NG solution.