"Public Safety Apps"
Today, APCO celebrates the one-year anniversary of establishing the Application Community (www.AppComm.org). Recognizing the potential of apps to revolutionize public safety communications, APCO created AppComm to facilitate collaboration between public safety professionals and app developers to foster development of the most effective apps for public safety. AppComm serves as the single, trusted resource for mobile apps serving a public safety or emergency response purpose.Read full article
The National Institute of Justice seeks to promote the development and evaluation of criminal justice software applications that are compatible with ultra high-speed (UHS) networks of 100Mbps symmetrical up to 1Gbps symmetrical.Read full article
Mutualink Introduces Five New Products that Bring Emergency Communications to the ‘Edge’ with Desktop and Mobile Apps for Public Safety Personnel0 Comments October 15, 2013
Referred to as the Mutualink Edge, they enable secure multimedia communications sessions on desktops, laptops, iPads, and smartphones.Read full article
Today, the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the First Responder…Read full article
Since launching AppComm (APCO’s public safety app website) in April, the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International has…Read full article
This app, currently being utilized by emergency management agencies from New England to California, utilizes patent‐pending technology which sends warnings of area emergencies to SmartphonesRead full article