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Frequentis 3020 Lifex™ Secures Hamburg Fire And Police Control Centers

Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, after Berlin, and home to approximately 1.8 million inhabitants, with its metropolitan region home to over five million. More than one million incoming calls must be handled by the control centers of fire services and police. The control room renewal project (in German Projekt ERneuerung LEitstellen - PERLE) will provide the two emergency services with a modern technical control room solution, in order to meet the organizations current and future re...

Frequentis LifeX And ASGARD Solutions Facilitate Use Of Drones In Public Safety Applications

Frequentis has developed an application which allows location data and video from drones to feed directly into workstations in the control center, through its LifeX and ASGARD solutions. The integrated solution will be presented at the global trade fair for professional mobile communications and control centers, PMRExpo, in Cologne from November 27, 2018. UAVs/Drones Application In Emergency Situations Video and sensor data provided by drones could vastly support rescue forces in their mission...

FREQUENTIS Control System Supports Pilot Emergency SMS Service For Users Who Are Deaf Or Have Speech Disorders In Norway

eSMS is a pilot project led by DSB in cooperation with the National Police Directorate and the Norwegian Directorate of Health Emergency SMS (eSMS) is a newly launched safety service for text-based communication in an emergency, providing the ability to send an SMS directly to 110, 112 and 113 in Norway. The service is designed for users who are Deaf, hard of hearing or impacted by speech disorders. The Frequentis integrated communication and control system (ICCS) has been op...

Frequentis TETRA Gateway Connects Fire Brigade And Medical Emergency Control Centres In North Rhine-Westphalia

Thanks to the digital radio connector, the same radio network is available to all non-police control centres & emergency services The state-wide emergency services digital radio now connects 17 control centres of the fire brigade and emergency medical services of North Rhine-Westphalia, via the NRW concentrator developed by Frequentis. The remaining 43 non-police emergency control centres are planned to be connected during the course of the expansion...

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