Inconsistent data across multiple platforms causing problems for your jurisdiction?
Trust GeoComm, the most experienced public safety GIS company in the industry, to help you achieve Public Safety Grade GIS data. Our GIS data management solutions enable your GIS organization to collaborate, edit, QC, merge, analyze, and automate packaging and provisioning of GIS data for public safety systems across your entire state or region.
Complete the form below to schedule a discovery session aimed at reviewing your complete public safety GIS ecosystem. This session will include a cursory review of the GIS data used in your Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), NG9-1-1, Emergency Notification, and indoor maps.
Earlier this year during the virtual Esri User Conference Rob Morris, Battalion Chief with North Metro Fire and Stephen Kelley, Deputy Fire Chief at Thornton Fire Department sat down with GeoComm’s Deb Rozeboom and Karl Larsen to record the presentation which discusses the GIS impacts in a regional common operating picture map. This session discussed how when the North Central All Hazards Region in Colorado set out to initiate a CAD-to-CAD interoperability project for the Denver metro area they focused on implementing a common operating picture map display with integrated real-time data feeds. This session uncovers how GIS data served as the foundation for providing the map, the types of data that can be shared and what to consider for each, and the value of inter-agency data sharing and how it improves response and situational awareness.
These three words describe the current condition of El Paso-Teller County 9-1-1 Authority's GIS data. This is a drastic change from how it would have been described in 2016.
GeoComm, RapidSOS, and Esri Offering Indoor Maps for Improved Situational Awareness in Emergency Response
GeoComm, RapidSOS, and Esri are excited to announce a partnership designed to deliver indoor maps to 9-1-1 and first responders, improving their emergency response situational awareness.
GeoComm is pleased to announce its selection by the Commonwealth of Kentucky for a multi-year statewide NG9-1-1 GIS project. As Kentucky transitions to a NG9-1-1 environment, the need for a robust GIS environment at local, regional, and statewide agencies dramatically increases. This project will lay the groundwork for the Commonwealth to transition to a future Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) environment.
Stacen Gross ~ Territory Sales Manager
Stacen Gross, Territory Sales Manager for the State of Colorado, has spent the last twenty-five years working at GeoComm and serving the public safety industry. During this time, he has served as Project Manager for both GIS and consulting projects, provided consulting and technical expertise to numerous local governments on issues surrounding 9-1-1, communications, and cooperative agreements between the units of government and issues pertaining to funding for 9-1-1 and public safety initiatives. Stacen also serves as the Chapter Commercial Advisory Member (CCAM) for both the Iowa and Nebraska APCO Chapters. As one of GeoComm’s Territory Sales Managers, Stacen is responsible for sales and customer account management across a large territory comprised of the Northeast, Midwest, and Northwest States.
Ty Thompson ~ Strategic Account Executive
Ty Thompson has spent more than 30 years helping federal, state, and local government agencies solve complex problems using GIS, as well as data visualization and analytics solutions. Ty, who is based in Colorado Springs Colorado, entered the public safety industry following 9/11 and has never looked back. As our industry transitions from legacy to NG9-1-1 networks and applications, Ty is excited to work with public safety agencies to help them plan, prepare, and realize the benefits that NG9-1-1 brings.
Greg Spadorcio ~ Vice President of Sales
For the last 20 years, Greg Spadorcio has worked in the public safety and GIS industries. Greg now leads GeoComm’s sales team and works in partnership with customers to develop and implement enterprise that benefit our public safety customers. Based out of his home office in Evergreen Colorado, Greg is driven by passion in leveraging GIS to solve real world public safety problems.
GeoComm’s proven Assess, Improve, and Maintain process empowers users to take their GIS data to the next level of accuracy needed for accurate emergency response in an NG9-1-1 system.
Gain new perspective through a GIS data assessment by taking a complete look at the current state of your GIS data and determining its NG9-1-1 readiness.
GIS data improvement may include GIS data cleanup, remediation, and enhancing your GIS data with additional layers or attributes for an NG9-1-1 system.
Once the GIS datasets are improved, maintaining the consistency and integrity of these local, regional, and statewide GIS datasets is an important element.