New Technology at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Show Will Save More Lives During Mass Shootings

New body-worn camera computer system turns each officer into a mobile command and control center transmitting real-time video and audio

Press Release updated: Oct 23, 2017 09:00 EDT

Equature, Inc. (formerly DSS Corp) is an international software leader in helping PSAPs (Public-Safety Answering Point) and police departments increase first responder safety using interactive response.

At the International Association of Chiefs of Police show (IACP) held this week in Philadelphia, Equature showed their new Interactive Policing® platform that uses real-time body-worn camera computers that are integrated into the dispatch 911 command centers. Interactive Policing® lets emergency response leadership see and hear all emergency activities in real time as they happen allowing them to adjust first responder team member positioning and asset resource deployment during a fluid crime scene in progress.

Interactive Policing® uses non-proprietary body-worn camera computers that are integrated into Equature’s public safety software suite.

The U.S. crime rate against police officers is up. Over 60,000 police officers were assaulted in 2016. First responders need real-time systems that allow them to work in tandem with other emergency team members to manage fluid crime scenes and to keep them safe. Our Interactive Policing® platform is a force multiplier that increases first responder safety and nothing is more important than that.

Joe Mosed, CEO/Founder

Interactive Policing® also uses object identification and predictive analytic applications to help first responder leadership make situational decisions on how to deploy strategic assets during emergencies.   

For more Information: Visit www.Equature.com

Media Contact:

Paul DiModica
Phone: 770.335.2805
Email: [email protected]

About: Equature is an international technology leader in helping public safety organizations increase operational efficiencies, accelerate first responder communication and improve citizen satisfaction and security.

Equature offers an integrated technology platform that links Next Generation 911 (NG9-1-1) Command and Control Dispatch recorder systems under the FirstNet framework in real-time to mobile video and audio camera computers worn in the field by first responders.

Since 1969, Equature has worked in Interactive Emergency Response and currently has over 1,500 Public-Safety Access Point (PSAP) and Law Enforcement clients as well as state and federal government agencies like NASA, Homeland Security and the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.

Source: Equature

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