Manage a complex public safety world
A well-planned and expandable communications infrastructure is mission critical in the complex public safety and emergency response systems required in today's environment. And public safety agencies are increasingly turning to the development of communications master plans to guide their future funding, design, implementation, and operations processes.
iXP understands your concerns as public safety professionals. We are committed to working with state, county, and municipal agencies to establish cost-effective approaches to meet current and future performance demands. We bring you in-depth experience in designing and implementing the total emergency communications functionality you need to meet these demands.
We conduct a thorough analysis of the current emergency communications environment in use by your responding agencies and dispatch centers. Research is also conducted on public safety communications systems in use by neighboring agencies, and critical interoperability needs are identified.
This information is synthesized with the growth projections and operational needs of the agencies involved to provide a communications master plan that can guide the development of efficient and scalable communications centers. It guides the systematic implementation of the technology infrastructures needed to ensure reliable response now and in the future.
A scalable communications system saves money and improves response.
Public safety and security organizations benefit from iXP's knowledge and experience in designing, implementing and supporting complex scalable systems, including:
- A total managed solution for the Chattahoochie River E9-1-1 Authority;
- A public safety communications Master Plan for Buckeye, AZ;
- Modernization and renovation of the five communications centers for the Fire Department of the City of New York.
- 24x7 technology support of the New York City Police Department's public safety answering center.
You benefit from iXP's in-depth experience in consolidation and co-location. We work with public safety organizations in large and small municipalities to seamlessly combine disparate agencies into a single facility or onto a single technology, ensuring that the operational needs of all parties are met.
The Chattahoochie River 911 Authority found a trusted partner in iXP to design, implement, construct, manage, and staff their new E9-1-1 communications center for the cities of Sandy Springs and Johns Creek, GA. It is the largest known E9-1-1 public-private partnership in the U.S.
iXP will work with you to develop a customized solution that fits your budget and enables you to meet your current and future response requirements. You get the ability to manage complexity with confidence. Problem Solved.
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