Zetron, the mission-critical communications solutions provider, will be giving live demonstrations its new Remote Command-and-Control Suite at the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) Conference and Expo in Anaheim, California on 18-21 August 2013.
The Remote Command-and-Control Suite allows agencies to run Zetron’s Advanced Communications System (Acom) System, MAX Dispatch, MAX Call-Taking, and Mobile CAD on tablet PCs at remote locations. This is a major breakthrough for public-safety agencies that were previously limited by the constraints imposed by older technologies and the time, equipment, and costs required to deploy them.
By contrast, the Remote Command-and-Control Suite allows agencies to deploy remote, temporary, backup and mobile operations quickly and securely, wherever and whenever such operations are needed. The suite also fully supports interoperability, allowing dispatchers to connect to multiple radio channels simultaneously, make telephone calls, and patch calls to radio users.
“Whatever the customer’s situation demands ?whether it’s on-site dispatch for a major incident, remote call-taking during a natural disaster, or a need to push incident information out to first responders on scene?Zetron’s Remote Command-and-Control Suite can be utilized effectively in that mobile environment,” said Zetron VP of Product Management and Marketing, Kathy Broadwell.
“And it does so without sacrificing any of the features or functionality that are available inside the control room. By capitalizing on Wi-Fi and LTE technologies, Zetron is able to give customers the flexibility to move their command and control outside the control room to wherever they need it to be.”