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Podcast: How a Fire Background has Benefited an Intergraph Application Engineer

In this podcast, Laura Beth Ezzell speaks with Lukas Pilny, application engineer with Intergraph’s European public safety team. Lukas talks about how his experience in the fire and rescue industry has helped him better interact with Intergraph public safety customers. http://traffic.libsyn.com/intergraph/Podcast_LucasPilny.mp3 Laura Beth: Thank you for joining us for an Intergraph SG&I podcast. In today ...

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Change Management: Debriefing and Handling Future Upgrades

In our eighth and final change management video, Kim Humphrey, commander at Phoenix Police Department, talks about the importance of debriefing and documenting what works and what doesn't during an implementation and how to use those prior experiences to impact future implementations. “That’s the good thing about law enforcement; all over the country, you can pick up the phone, you can call another agency a ...

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For Some Small Towns, Public Safety Means IT Consolidation

Given the demand on local government agencies to cut costs, alternative forms of IT services and infrastructure sharing are starting to emerge, according to local government managers. In some cases, the agencies themselves absorb one another to share resources. In other cases, the departments remain intact, but share common systems. Both scenarios stem from the same problem: local governments can’t afford t ...

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Demo: Learn How Mobile for Public Safety Extends CAD 9.3 to Responders

Watch our demo to see how Mobile for Public Safety extends the power of Intergraph's Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) 9.3 software to personnel in the field. Our convenient patrol dashboard lets you visualize incidents, locate available resources, query law enforcement databases and much more. Configurable function buttons provide easy access to commonly used commands. Find out how mobile access can accelerate ...

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911 Centers Need Adequate Funding

Across the nation, in times of intense personal crisis and community-wide disasters, 911 is the first access point for those seeking emergency response. Communications personnel receive calls and expertly dispatch emergency service professionals and equipment to render life-saving assistance to those in need. We rely on this process and system to assure the public’s safety every day.   The resources ne ...

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Next-Generation Communications Part 3: Integrated Call Control

The call-handling and CAD software should work together to display these different types of communications with unique icons on the CAD map screen before they are answered, accelerating the way PSAPs handle multiple calls relating to the same emergency incident. This will provide the call-taker with the valuable ability to see incoming emergency calls clustered in a specific geographic location and more int ...

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Podcast: From Firefighter Paramedic to Intergraph Engineer

In this podcast, Laura Beth Ezzell speaks with Lisa Newman, application engineer with Intergraph’s U.S. public safety team. Lisa discusses how her previous work in the public safety industry first as a firefighter paramedic, then a dispatcher at Palm Beach County Fire and Rescue has impacted her job at Intergraph. http://traffic.libsyn.com/intergraph/Podcast_LisaNewman.mp3 Laura Beth:  Thank you for joining ...

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Managing Data, Improving Public Safety

The explosion of information now available from mobile devices, sensors and the like creates challenges and opportunities for public safety agencies. The need to geo-reference this information and make it operational, as part of agency workflows, is critically important. Forward-thinking agencies are looking at ways to harness innovation to revolutionize public safety operations. From next-generation commun ...

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Change Management: Working with the Media

“Communication is key.” Preparing for an implementation or upgrade is stressful and overwhelming for everyone. There is always a fear of negative press when you purchase a new system or go-live with a new upgrade. In part 7 of our Change Management Video Series, hear from Kim Humphrey, commander at Phoenix Police Department and Roberto Villasenor, chief at Tucson Police Department, as they suggest how to in ...

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Next-Generation Communications Part 2: Demands on the PSAP

When it comes to next-generation communications, the challenge for public safety answering points (PSAPs) is to determine how to manage, prioritize, leverage and respond to the huge volume of diverse information that will flow at increasing rates into their centers. This additional information will provide little value unless call-takers and dispatchers inside the communications centers have the technology ...

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