We are greatly looking forward to helping Santa Cruz County achieve their objective of improving communications for their public safety agencies.
Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2008
Global Mesh Technologies (GMT) today announced that it has won a competitive bid to install an Ad-hoc First Responder Interoperable Wireless Network for Santa Cruz County, AZ. GMT will utilize its CAMMS™ (Command Anywhere Media Management System) software and hardware products as part of Santa Cruz County's countywide wireless project.
"Improving first responder communications across operational lines is critical in major incidents and events," stated Mr. Raul Mavis, Santa Cruz County's IT Director. "This is vital in regional incidents of a catastrophic nature. And especially applicable where disparate smaller agencies must team together to protect their citizens; where mobility and ad-hoc connectivity can have a great impact in how law enforcement and fire personnel manage incidents."
Jerry Underhill, President of Global Mesh Technologies, expressed his enthusiasm for the project: "We are greatly looking forward to helping Santa Cruz County achieve their objective of improving communications for their public safety agencies." Mr. Mavis further stated, "We anticipate that GMT's technology will assist us in achieving our goal by dramatically improving our first responder communications. We are excited about implementing this technology as part of our countywide wireless project."
GMT will be demonstrating CAMMS™ software and hardware products at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), booth # 1376 at the Las Vegas Convention Center from February 27-29, 2008.
About Global Mesh Technologies
Global Mesh Technologies (GMT) was formed to leverage products developed by its parent company, Large Screen Display Rentals LLC (LSDR). LSDR designs, engineers and manufactures custom large format video & data display systems and services both national and international customers. These systems are used primarily in command and control environments to display and share information. LSDR has manufactured systems for the National Hurricane Center, Dept. of Homeland Security, fire and police dispatch centers & utilities companies.
GMT developed its CAMMS™ (Command Anywhere Media Management System) products to enable interoperable communications for first responders, local, state and federal agencies who need to share incident-specific information and implement response coordination from mobile and/or remote locations.
The CAMMS™ product range includes software and hardware solutions for communications and data sharing in a variety of wired, wireless and mobile environments. For further information http://www.globalmeshtec.com
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