Linking real-time data from smart devices, sensors, or alarms, and delivering this data securely to emergency call takers and dispatchers, will help emergency services get the data they need to not only provide timely and appropriate responses but ultimately save lives. This briefing session will explore what has been termed the Internet of Lifesaving Things from several different angles, including:
- How to simplify data delivery into the emergency control centre from a multitude of sources providing a common interface and data set presentation.
- The benefits that real-time data has for emergency control resources in their decision taking – and for responders as they arrive on scene.
- The added value a common interface brings to next generation CAD solutions.
- How mobility service providers can provide an application to safeguard both customer and employee safety – an emergency button alert that provides real-time data to the emergency services.
British APCO is hosting this briefing to share thinking and encourage debate.
This briefing will be of interest across all elements of the public safety community; from emergency control resources to those determining strategy and user requirements to business leaders.
This briefing session starts at 10:30 am (EDT) and ends at 3:30 pm (EDT).
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