Kopis Mobile Partners with Beeper Communications Israel
Monday, March 19, 2018 | Comments

Kopis Mobile and Beeper Communications Israel formed a technology partnership to advance and improve safety and awareness for first responders and military personnel.

For law enforcement officials and first responder leadership, understanding a rapidly evolving situation is critical for a timely and effective response. Live video has become the preferred method for building this awareness but is hindered by two major challenges: lack of cameras in the ideal locations and overwhelmed communications links.

The Beeper-Kopis partnership directly eliminates these problems through a network of tactically deployed cameras that actively seek the best available communications route. Beeper and Kopis now offer this integrated system to interested government agencies.

The Mississippi Development Authority (MDA), the state of Mississippi’s economic and community development agency, and Gov. Phil Bryant, hosted the 2018 Homeland Defense and Security Summit with a goal of fostering cross-border and bilateral cooperation between the United States and Israeli companies, along with sharing advanced technology platforms.

Beeper attended the summit as part of an Israeli delegation with the International Defense Cooperation Directorate of the Israel Ministry of Defense - SIBAT, (IMOD). SIBAT facilitates international cooperation and works closely with the Mississippi Development Authority and the governor’s office to facilitate and promote business between the state of Israel and Mississippi.

Beeper Communications is a provider of software-defined wide-area network (SD WAN) communications platforms, early warning and alert technologies and other wireless solutions. Kopis Mobile provides electronic products and mobile applications for LAN communications for public safety and military users.

The integration with Beeper’s SD WAN multichannel bonder, will allow command and control to also access to video, voice and data communications from anywhere without limitation. Kopis will provide the local interconnection among users, while Beeper will now provide the intra-communications and backhaul for the combined system, which will enhance access, common operational picture and situational awareness for state agencies and leadership.

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