How emergency services organizations can leverage new data sources and rich media, such as video from smartphones, to improve preparedness and make faster, more informed and effective operational decisions
Steps required to ensure that ‘Total Conversation’ occurs between citizens reporting incidents — using any type of media — and emergency responders
How to optimally bridge the gap between communications technologies available for consumers and those used by first responders
The distinctions between and advantages of SIP-based NENA i3 and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)-based solution architectures for modernizing aging emergency call (911/112) infrastructure
Emergency response centers face more responsibilities than ever with the growing complexity and scale of emergency incidents and the emergence of new technologies for sharing information. The ability to share and receive videos, photos, enhanced messaging, and other IP-based multimedia communications can enable police, fire and emergency medical personnel to collaborate more effectively, improve preparedness and make faster, more informed and effective operational decisions.
In our joint white paper, Nokia and IHS Markit explain how the combination of mission-critical LTE and IP networks can enable ‘Total Conversation’ emergency calls integrating voice, video, real-time text, and other multimedia communications. It also offers recommendations for modernizing emergency call center infrastructure.
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