NEW IN COMMANDCENTRAL Aware - Q2 2023
LTE-Enabled V700 Body Camera Livestreaming Now Available
You can now livestream the LTE-enabled V700 body cameras in CommandCentral Aware. Deliver real-time visibility to an incident as it is happening for more situation-driven decision-making resulting in better and safer outcomes. Multiple camera livestreams can be displayed at one time for 4RE in-car, V300 and V700 body cameras.
Location and livestreaming is available for CommandCentral Aware Patrol Starter, Plus and Premium subscriptions. Speak with your Motorola Solutions representative to learn if this integration is available based on your subscription.
Learn more about the new LTE-enabled V700 body camera.
Watch a demonstration of the V700 livestreaming to CommandCentral Aware
DISPLAY DYNAMIC MULTI-LEVEL BUILDING FLOOR PLANS FROM ESRI's ARCGIS
Knowing the location of an emergency is critical - but standard, two-dimensional (2D) GIS mapping does not provide call takers, RTCC operations or other command staff personnel with building layout context. RTCC operators need situational awareness of a building layout in order to provide better intelligence, such as the location of ingress/ egresses, to responders in real time.
Configured indoor building floor plans uploaded to Esri’s ArcGIS Indoors Pro or Maps can be automatically displayed in the map view in CommandCentral Aware. A new Floor Filter button displayed above the navigation tools allows you to search and select the correct facility and toggle between building floor layouts.*
Watch a quick overview of an Esri ArcGIS floor plan in CommandCentral Aware
*This new floor plan capability applies only to floor-aware indoor maps built using Esri’s ArcGIS Indoors Pro or Maps and configured in CommandCentral Admin. A CommandCentral Admin will need to configure floor-aware maps in order for the new Floor Filter button to display in CommandCentral Aware.
NEWLY AVAILABLE FOR AWARE FOR 9-1-1: SEE HEIGHT ABOVE TERRAIN FOR 9-1-1 CALLS
Command center operators need to understand a 9-1-1 caller’s height within a building in order to provide a more informed response. A 9-1-1 call location’s height above ground gives telecommunicators, dispatchers and RTCC personnel greater situational awareness in order to respond to emergencies. Operators are able to reference a straightforward measurement to better understand where, three-dimensionally, the 9-1-1 caller is located. Other vertical measurements such as altitude and elevation are not usable to determine a dispatchable location without being translated to height above terrain.
CommandCentral Aware calculates height above terrain for a 9-1-1 caller, providing an easily understandable and usable vertical measurement that meets NENA i3 compliance standards. The call’s height above terrain can be viewed in a 9-1-1 call event module in CommandCentral Aware.
NENA i3 compliance now requires three-dimensional (latitude, longitude, and altitude) instead of two-dimensional (latitude and longitude) for 9-1-1 location.