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Equature Offers System for Integrating Body-Worn Video with Command and Control in Real Time

July 20, 2017  | 

Equature, Inc., formally DSS-Corp, an international leader in helping public safety organizations, announced today the launch of a new technology that helps police and fire department first responders work collaboratively together in real-time with their command and control dispatch centers.

Equature's new Interactive Policing technology system integrates Next Generation 911 (NG911) command and control dispatch recording systems to mobile body-worn and in-vehicle video cameras in real time. Most static body worn cameras only tell you want you did yesterday; Interactive Policing helps public safety leadership see and manage emergencies live as they happen, the company says.

"Public safety professionals today, more than ever, are exposed to emergency preparedness situations that are fluid, moving operational events that require continuous adjustment. By integrating real-time body-worn and in-vehicle video camera communication to the command and control dispatch center, you increase the ability for first responders to resolve emergency events collaboratively as a team," says Joe Mosed, founder and CEO of Equature

For more Information: Visit www.Equature.com

About Equature

Equature is an international technology leader in helping public safety organizations increase operational efficiencies, accelerate first responder communication and improve citizen satisfaction and security. The company offers an integrated technology platform that links Next Generation 911 (NG911) command and control dispatch recorder systems in real time to mobile video and audio cameras worn in the field by first responders. 

 


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