Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
FATPOT Technologies will present its public safety data sharing solutions next week at the International CAD Consortium at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. FATPOT will showcase its public safety CAD-to-CAD capabilities.
"FATPOT has pioneered public safety data sharing for the past 11 years," said John Rosati, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, FATPOT Technologies. "At this year's ICC conference, we will highlight our real-time data sharing (Fusion) platform, our Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) capabilities, and our GEOfusion solutions."
"These innovative solutions are built on a platform of interoperability and security, and are helping first responders respond faster and safer," Rosati added.
The team will provide a live demonstration of how FATPOT’s Fusion platform connects disparate computer aided dispatch (CAD) and AVL systems to create real-time situational awareness and mutual aid across jurisdictions.
FATPOT has implemented public safety applications throughout the United States and in Canada, including Boston, MA; Lake County, IL; and the Ontario Ministry of Health. The company’s solution was used by first responders in the Boston area to help facilitate situational awareness and intra-agency communications during the Boston Marathon.
FATPOT Technologies (http://www.FATPOT.com) is a recognized industry leader in software, data interoperability, and data sharing among disparate public safety and homeland security software applications and tools. A subsidiary of Communications International, Inc. (“Ci”), FATPOT is powered by its Peer Intelligence® rapid integration architecture, designed to quickly integrate disparate CAD, RMS, 9-1-1, GPS and other critical data systems into one unified application framework. This enables highly advanced cross-jurisdictional situational awareness for key decision makers and first responders, who can instantly communicate and coordinate emergency response more effectively.
John Rosati, VP Sales & Marketing
jrosati(at)ask4cii(dot)com - 1-800-ASK-4Cii