One of the most critical responsibilities of State and Local Government agencies is Public Safety; protecting Public Safety, enforcing Public Safety and responding to Public Safety.
Akimeka supports State and Local Government agencies in providing for the public’s safety with solutions that enable more efficient locating a 911 caller, the ability to identifying critical medical supplies in a large disaster, or by helping to protect civilian information privacy. With the rising number of manmade disasters (i.e., cybercrime) and natural disasters (e.g., hurricanes, tornados and earthquakes), Akimeka is delivering IT innovation to better enable agencies to more effectively service the public’s needs.
EMERGENCY VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEMS
Graphical Information Systems (GIS), geospatial data is turned into information allowing for the tracking a fleet of emergency vehicles. The system is critical in natural disaster events which require increased efficiency in emergency vehicles deployment. Information collected by the system enables more proactive planning, predictions on affected entities for a pending disaster, and information on routes that may be accessible and inaccessible.
9-1-1 EMERGENCY SYSTEMS
The award winning system Improves accuracy of 911 caller identification, 911 call routing to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and more specific identification of caller location for emergency responders. The complete 9-1-1 Database Service provides data collection, cleansing and synchronization to significantly increase 9-1-1 centers ability to pin-point the location of 911 callers in emergency situations. The Service facilitates the data validation and data transfer to and between 9-1-1 emergency systems and responders.
DISASTER READINESS PROGRAM
As natural disasters increase in frequency and strength, Disaster Preparedness is a growing focus for many states. Akimeka services in Disaster Readiness enable medical personnel the ability to log and track available medical supplies from one entity to another and to the patient who receives them. Additional, tracking patients becomes more critical in a disaster. Akimeka provides the capability to track patients from the field to medical facilities and between medical facilities. In geographic areas with a high risk of natural disasters, hospital administrators and staff can leverage reporting tools built into the systems to help in develop plans for disaster readiness.
Thinking about implementing a statewide 9-1-1 GIS solution? Check out this white paper, for best practices and considerations – from the collection of raw GIS data to quality analysis and the final creation of workable GIS information integrated into your PSAPs GIS system.
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Federal Communications Commission Emergency Communications
9-1-1 Service is a vital part of the nation's emergency response and disaster preparedness system
Hawaii Board of Directors Timeline, January 2014
Honolulu 9-1-1 database synchronization analysis resulted in a 96.6% match rate