First responders need to react and respond diligently, no matter where their mission takes them. Obtaining critical incident information and responding accordingly are crucial components in successful emergency response workflows. Whether they need premise cautions for a current CAD event or current location info as they upload evidence, first responders should always have access to pertinent information that will keep them informed and safe.
Agencies need mobile, responsive technology that works where you work.
Mark43 OnScene, part of the Mark43 Public Safety Platform, increases officer safety by providing the right information at the right time. It equips first responders with the powerful context and situational awareness of a traditional mobile-data terminal (MDT) on their mobile devices, untethered to their vehicle. Mark43 OnScene is available on Android smartphones with iOS coming soon.
Key benefits include:
Reduce the number of required mobile applications — Remove the excess cost and burden of having officers jump from application to application by integrating all workflows into one mobile solution.
Increase officer safety and situational awareness — Real-time Esri mobile tracking allows supervisors and telecommunicators to see exact officer location in case an emergency situation takes an officer somewhere on-foot, not just the vehicle’s location.
Modernize and streamline workflows — Flexible status assignments allow for faster, self-initiated responses.
Create a holistic agency-level approach to data-sharing — Scale up operations by having all information securely integrated, updated, and available across all devices.
Meet agency and community expectations — Modern, intuitive technology enables sworn and civilian agency personnel to have more effective interactions with the communities they serve.
Untethered usability — Monitor and review the details of all on duty units, unit lists, and new unit activity in your jurisdiction without being tethered to your vehicle.
Push notifications — Receive instant notifications and increase visibility to remain alert and aware as incidents transpire.
CAD self-assigning unit status — Respond to or self-assign to events and clear them without relying on the MDTs or dispatch.
Data Exchange (DEx) queries — Scan licenses, license plates, and VINs for enhanced mobile collections.
Mobile evidence collection — Create new evidence profiles and collect exhibit and property evidence.
Narrative data capture — Capture and upload in-field data such as pictures, videos, and recorded statements to strengthen your narrative.
More information is available at www.mark43.com.