Officers can now receive relevant information en route to a call—individuals involved, previous calls at the address, even real-time video surveillance feeds to better assess and respond. Connected police vehicles keep officers linked to state and federal criminal databases, police and courthouse applications, license plate recognition systems and much more.
Paramedics can securely access electronic patient care records (EPCR) to understand a patient’s medical history and conditions when responding to an emergency. They can transmit vital signs from the field, and communicate back to hospitals for guidance or to prep emergency services—all of which can shave critical minutes off response times, and save lives.
Firefighters can access extensive information from the vehicle when responding to fires. They can identify sites with hazardous materials and access building plans to determine the best method of access, and better protect emergency personnel and citizens.
Our professional services and technical support teams offer expert services to help customers before, during and after their deployments.
Police, fire and emergency medical services (EMS) protect the health and safety of citizens. Initiatives such as FirstNet, which bring public safety systems into the Internet of Things (IoT), puts new tools in the hands of these professionals, so they can act faster and more effectively.
In the past, connected applications relied on laptops or separate wireless connections. Today, a single, secure and highly reliable wireless broadband connection can support multiple applications, empowering first responders in the field, helping agencies manage fleets and resources, or law enforcement teams to monitor offenders more cost-effectively.
Sierra Wireless has more than 20 years of experience helping public safety organizations deploy reliable and cost-effective wireless solutions. We provide complete router and management solutions and are industry’s first vendor to deliver a FirstNet Ready™ in-vehicle router for First Responders that supports the new Band 14 spectrum.