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Advancing Location Intelligence:
Bringing Indoor Mapping onto RapidSOS Portal

Join John Brosowsky, GeoComm’s Vice President of Innovation and Karin Marquez, RapidSOS’s Senior Director of Public Safety, as they discuss:

– Why now is the right time to equip 9-1-1 call takers and emergency responders with indoor location intelligence
– The value indoor maps offer when combined with improved 9-1-1 caller location coordinates and Esri’s industry-leading mapping technology
– How to leverage location intelligence through RapidSOS Portal to create unprecedented situational awareness

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Karin Marquez
Senior Director of Public Safety

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John Brosowsky
Vice President of Innovation


Advancing Location Intelligence:
Bringing Indoor Mapping onto RapidSOS Portal

Over the past few years, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted new rules to help 9-1-1 telecommunicators locate calls from mobile phones originating indoors. At the same time supplemental caller location systems such as Android ELS and Apple HELO have emerged that are now providing device-based hybrid locations to 9-1-1 telecommunicators via RapidSOS. As device-based hybrid location continues to improve, and carriers work to meet new FCC rules, now is the time to create an ultra-actionable view into emergency locations, specifically indoor locations, that can help streamline emergency response processes and reduce response times.

GeoComm, an industry leader in public safety location-based solutions, and RapidSOS, the trusted data provider for over 5,200 emergency communications centers (ECCs), have joined with international GIS mapping company, Esri, to help bring 9-1-1 personnel and first responders a new offering that brings indoor maps onto RapidSOS Portal, a web-based emergency management tool.

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About RapidSOS

RapidSOS built the emergency response data platform to help first responders receive the data they need to save lives. We help some of the world’s largest companies and organizations share data from their connected devices, platforms, and sensors, directly with first responders, to protect their people in emergencies.

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