Baltimore County Implements GeoComm GIS Software at 9-1-1 Center
Friday, August 09, 2019 | Comments

GeoComm announced its public-safety mapping software solutions are being used in Baltimore County, Maryland’s 9-1-1 Center.

GeoComm recently partnered with Baltimore County and MicroAutomation for an extensive public-safety improvement project using a wide range of GeoComm public-safety geographic information system (GIS) software and services.

The software includes a web-based application that achieves automatic plotting of emergency incidents. Another program will extend Baltimore County’s public-safety GIS into the field when it is installed in more than 600 vehicles to provide in-vehicle mapping and navigation for police, fire and EMS responders.

The Baltimore County 9-1-1 Center is one of the largest emergency call centers in Maryland and answers an average of 2,200 9-1-1 calls per day. A tour will be available during the 2019 Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International conference and exhibition next week.

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