Vero Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
FATPOT Technologies, a leading public safety software company, announces the successful testing and verification of its AVL (Automated Vehicle Location) and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) software on Harris Corporation’s radio systems. This development enables Harris users to enhance officer safety and improve response times through real-time coordination of responders, resources and incidents. The software combines vehicle navigation systems, automated maps and GPS technology to create a regional picture of emergencies and resources.
Having accurate and immediate information is critical to effective emergency response. FATPOT software provides powerful multi-layer mapping to give dispatchers and responders access to a multitude of information, including terrain topography, neighborhoods, individual houses, markers, road hazards, building schematics, hazardous materials and field notes. Best of all, FATPOT software easily integrates with other AVL and GIS solutions to create one map that provides a total picture of a region’s incidents and resources in real-time.
FATPOT engineers recently tested and verified the software at Harris data labs in Lynchburg, Virginia. The extensive testing was conducted on Harris’ VIDA platform and included performance and reliability testing on Harris’ P25, OpenSky and EDACS technologies, including mobile and handheld radios.
“FATPOT is excited to have this comprehensive solution available to all Harris’ users to help them achieve their goals of officer safety and reduced response times,” said Jonathan Wesley, FATPOT’s Chief Technology Officer. Using FATPOT AVL and GIS software on Harris radio systems provides agencies with a reliable and cost effective way to achieve total interoperability and situational awareness across voice and data systems.
FATPOT Technologies, LLC (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. A subsidiary of Communications International, Inc., FATPOT software is powered by its Peer Intelligence™ rapid integration architecture, a platform that is designed to quickly integrate disparate CAD, RMS, 911, GPS and other critical data systems into one application framework. The result is a highly advanced cross-jurisdictional situational awareness system for key decision makers and first responders, with the ability to instantly communicate and coordinate emergency responses.