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As evidenced during and after Superstorm Sandy, satellite networks played a major role in ensuring continuity of communications, keeping emergency responders, businesses and people connected when terrestrial services were disrupted or unavailable. First responders and public safety managers experienced first-hand the critical need to communicate during a crisis to effectively respond and manage field resources, including organizations assisting with recovery efforts. Government leaders in...
For public safety and disaster management responders, Iridium GO! is the perfect tool for the fast-moving assessment teams that arrive in the first stage of disaster relief or in emergency situations. Assessment requires standard form submission detailing local conditions, coupled with pictures of the emergency/disaster zone. Form submission is an easy app to design and photo compression is already built-in.
Spacenet Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. and a leading provider of broadband network solutions, announced that its Emergency Communications Services (ECS) and associated high performance equipment are being used to support the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
That's why NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California is working on a concept for a network of space-based sensors called FireSat in collaboration with Quadra Pi R2E, San Francisco. FireSat would be a constellation of more than 200 thermal infrared imaging sensors on satellites designed to quickly locate wildfires around the globe. Once operational, FireSat would represent the most complete monitoring coverage of wildfires ever from space.
Outerlink Global Solutions, the leading satellite tracking and first-responder communications provider for mixed air and ground fleets, today announced the launch of Communique HUB, providing the first of its kind, multi-modal, data communications and processing platform for aviation and ground fleets.
Squire Tech Solutions Pioneering Mobile Satellite Antenna Systems for Mobile Command Centers Featured at 2015 California MCC Rally
Squire Tech Solutions, a pioneer in satellite antenna systems for mobile command operations will be showcasing their Mobile Responder MR-600 system at this year's Mobile Command Center Rally, at the Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento, CA during the Western Regional APCO Conference on April 9th 2015.
TacSat Networks RRK to deploy expandable networked wired, wireless, satellite and/or cellular connectivity during disaster response
At this year's California Command Center Rally April 9th 2015 in Sacramento Ca., TacSat Networks LLC will unveiling their TacSat Networks RRK, enabling users to rapidly deploying an system provide wireless and wired network services, Cellular connectivity where there are towers, 4 dedicated VoIP phone lines or Fax, establish lightning fast 4G LTE backhaul used with the ViaSat Pro 2 Ka band VSAT system, a high speed internet connection with speeds that rival DSL or Cable service.