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Data, information, and communication drive emergency response. Without data and information, you cannot make good decisions. Without communications, you cannot command, control, or coordinate your response.
Thus, these are the three key pillars of emergency
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In a world rocked by terrorism, war and mass shootings, people everywhere are on high alert. Add in other crises, such as natural disasters, everyday crime and cyber threats, and it’s no wonder law enforcement
In July, 2015 President Obama signed the DHS Interoperability Act (H.R.615), requiring homeland security agencies to maintain interoperable communications for daily operations, planned events and emergencies.
The term "Interoperable Communications" is a mouthful. Simply put,
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Airports serve as a centralized hub of interaction between people, organizations, technology, and communities. The ideal secure crisis communications system should deliver essential information, situational awareness, real-time alerts and warnings during critical situations to safeguard