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21st Century Emergency Communications and the Move Toward NG9-1-1

West Central Texas COG Sets the Pace

Welcome to the 21st Century of data management. The national communications infrastructure is evolving. Current 9-1-1 systems are not interoperable with the next generation of public safety communications. Moving toward NG9-1-1 and its advanced capabilities will require major changes to the 9-1-1 infrastructure and the underlying GIS Data it will rely on to operate. Enter 911 Datamaster.
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Ark-Tex COG on the Road to NG9-1-1

Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) was at a crossroads in 2014. There was a looming requirement to transition their data in preparation for NG9-1-1 Services. Rea Washington, 9-1-1 Operations Coordinator of ATCOG had her hands full. “After an initial assessment of our GIS data, and no official in-house GIS expertise, we were basically at a standstill on the road to NG9-1-1,” says Washington.
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Lubbock, Texas Setting the Pace for NG9-1- 1

Lubbock Emergency Communication District (LECD) is setting the pace for NG9-1-1 call-centers in the evolution to a fully-integrated geo-based enhanced call-routing system with a suite of products from 911 Datamaster, Inc. Because success begins before the call is made, this suite of products will improve location services and help save lives for the next generation of 9-1-1 callers within the Lubbock, Texas District.
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North Slope Borough, AK Goes Live with Onsite ALI Database Supplied by 911 Datamaster.

Most of the Borough’s 9,000 permanent residents live in eight communities: Anaktuvuk Pass, Atqasuk, Barrow, Kaktovik, Nuiqsut, Point Hope, Point Lay, and Wainwright. Barrow serves as the Borough seat of government. The North Slope Borough is committed to having healthy communities, economically, spiritually and culturally.

North Slope selected a robust suite of products from 911 Datamaster to support their emergency response.

 

Langdon, ND Turns Up an Onsite ALI Database from 911 Datamaster.

Also known as "The Western Gateway to the Rendezvous Region", the community of Langdon has an appreciation for great living with an emphasis on family and friends. 911 Datamaster is pleased to support Landgon's 9-1-1 ALI Database Management System.

Dawson Co, GA goes live with ALI Database Management System from 911 Datamaster.


Located 40 miles north of Atlanta, Dawson County is nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains. Home to the start of the Appalachian Trail, Amicalola Falls, Lake Lanier, North Georgia Premium Outlets and many other exciting destinations. Dawson County is the latest to install ALI Database Management Technology from 911 Datamaster.

Mansfield ANG, OH joins a growing list of highly secure military installations choosing technology from 911 Datamaster.

Horry County South Carolina Upgrades to Latest Release of Software from 911 Datamaster.

The northeastern corner of South Carolina, known as Horry (pronounced O-REE') County, is a diverse land of rivers, beaches, forests and swamps - and is home to the popular Myrtle Beach. Horry now deploys the latest release of the industry's leading request / response software from 911 Datamaster.

Clay County, NC turns up an onsite ALI Database from 911 Datamaster.

Before settlement, Clay County was home to the Cherokee Indians, who were a tribe of Native Americans that made their home in Southeastern United States (principally Georgia, the Carolinas and Eastern Tennessee). They were one of the "Five Civilized Tribes" because of their assimilation of European-American cultural and technological practices. During the late 1700s, the first European-American settler, John Covington Moore, settled in what was then part of Macon County. The first emigrants moved to this area in the early 1830s.

An upgrade of Clay's ALI database provides valuable tools to assist in its 911 addressing efforts.

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