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Systems and Data Integration in Public Safety

About the Case Study It’s an all too common problem. Public safety information systems do not produce needed results due to outdated technologies or stand-alone systems that are unable to “talk” to each other. Fire departments, police departments, emergency response agencies, and dispatch centers shouldn’t have to compromise on their supply of quality information simply […]

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Custom Hardware & Software Development Case Study

Case Study A physical layer switch fabric consists of electronic and/or electro-mechanical devices that function as automated cable patch panels. These switch devices have been in use, successfully, in US Navy labs for many years and providing efficiencies in “wire once” cable management; reduced wear and tear on cables and equipment; cost savings through equipment […]

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Training Tools with 3D Graphics Case Study

Case Study PURVIS has been recognized for its high quality graphics and cutting edge 3D animations which have improved fleet training and resulted in undersea warfare concepts becoming programs of record. The ability to understand an engineer’s concept and depict this idea graphically is a unique and highly valued capability. PURVIS has an outstanding quality […]

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Case Study: PURVIS Fire Station Alerting System Improves FDNY’s Overall Operations

About the Case Study The Fire Department of New York (FDNY) recognized the need to upgrade their decades-old emergency reporting systems, including fire incident dispatch, with an updated network that can handle high demand and meet modern operational requirements. The new station alerting systems also needed to support interfaces with the New York Police Department […]

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The Definitive Guide for Building Your Fire Station Alerting System
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