November 4, 2013
Motorola Solutions Participating in National Fusion Center Training Event
Motorola Solutions will be exhibiting at The National Fusion Center Association’s (NFCA) annual training event Nov. 5-7 in Alexandria, Va. The conference will feature speakers including Director of National Intelligence, General James Clapper and FBI Director, James Comey. The NFCA was established to provide an independent and consolidated voice for state and major urban area fusion centers. There are more than 70 federally recognized fusion centers that coordinate with federal, tribal, state and local agencies. Fusion Centers are principally funded through federal grants and take an “all-crime and all-hazards” approach.
Motorola will be demonstrating its Real-Time Crime Center solution where inputs from multiple data sources such as video, sensors, alarms, computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records are integrated with data analytics and land mobile radio systems to deliver one, unified operational view. The solution, which was announced earlier this year, creates public safety workflows that allow an officer or analyst to identify and distribute relevant information to first responders before a crime occurs, during an active incident or in support of an investigation.
- The Real-Time Intelligence Console delivers a first-of-its-kind configurable console view in the Real-Time Crime Center solution that integrates multiple disparate systems into a unified operational public safety-driven workflow.
- Motorola’s Intelligent Data Portal is a cloud-based mobile application for the Real-Time Crime Center solution that integrates data from disparate public safety systems and third-party applications to deliver a common operating picture to responders in the field. This includes up-to-the-minute views of location-based alerts and events to help increase situational awareness.
- Expert Integration Services help connect CAD events, record queries, mapping and video applications in the Real-Time Crime Center solution. Professional Services help guide departments through visioning, training and needs assessments giving customers the knowledge and skills they need to help manage risk and reduce cost.
- Motorola’s Jason Hutchens and Jim Wolfinbarger, solution engagement managers for the Global Solutions and Services team, will be demonstrating the Real-Time Crime Center solution. Former director of planning and assessment for the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Hutchens teaches courses on Public Safety, Risk Analysis, and the American criminal justice system at Indiana University. Wolfinbarger served as chief of the Colorado State Patrol, director of the Colorado Office of Preparedness and Security as well as board member of the IACP Highway Safety Committee and Chair of the IACP Homeland Security Committee.
Read a blog by Motorola’s David Thomas on how Real Crime Prevention Requires Real-Time Information.
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