Inconsistent data across multiple platforms causing problems for your jurisdiction?
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Meet Sally, a local GIS data maintainer who is continuously working to achieve public safety grade GIS data.
"I would like to compliment the efforts of GeoComm's GIS Maintenance Support team who provided excellent service to my agency in our efforts to correct critical errors in our GIS data. With their help I was able to resolve errors, and in the process, I learned how to better use the software for future error resolution. Their knowledge of Esri software was of great value to our agency. I would also point out; they both exhibited a high level of professionalism given my frustration at times with the results being returned for quality validation. An excellent job from both men. It is always a pleasure to talk to GeoComm staff."
Our professional GIS services team has successfully completed thousands of GIS projects nationwide and are continuously evolving to meet the needs of public safety. They understand that every agency faces unique obstacles when trying to achieve public safety grade GIS data. Our services range from GIS data analysis and cleanup to daily data provisioning and validation to an NG9-1-1 system, and they are all designed to help overcome your unique challenges.
Some of the common public safety GIS obstacles agencies face today include:
A need for a GIS services team with a great depth of knowledge of GIS, the needs of public safety agencies, and specific GIS requirements for NG9-1-1.
A jurisdiction may not have the time or training to maintain public safety GIS data and it can be costly to create a new fully staffed department with this capability.
An agency may not have the justification for staffing a full or part-time GIS Specialist.
Size of Jurisdiction
Due to the size of the jurisdiction, the amount of data updates needed may be minimal and/or intermittent.
GIS for Public Safety
While agencies or jurisdictions may have a full-time GIS staff in place they may lack specific expertise when it comes to public safety needs in GIS, especially for NG9-1-1.
The staff maintaining GIS data may not have a full understanding of the current GIS national standards prescribed for public safety, current and emerging NG9-1-1 GIS data standards, and the future long term vision for the nation’s 9-1-1 system being developed by NENA.
GIS datasets may require working with multi-jurisdictional boundaries where agencies, jurisdictions, counties, metropolitan centers, and regions need to work together to coordinate GIS data edge matching and boundary disputes.
GeoComm is excited to announce being selected by the North Carolina 911 Board for a Next Generation 9-1-1 GIS Project, aimed at preparing the state for a NG9-1-1 system implementation.
GeoComm is excited to announce they have been selected by the State of Wisconsin to complete a Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) GIS Consulting Project. As the State of Wisconsin transitions to a NG9-1-1 environment, the need for a robust GIS environment at local, regional, and statewide agencies dramatically increases.
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.
GeoComm is pleased to announce their entrance into a ten-year GIS data development and management contract with the Oregon State Police (OSP) to complete a variety of GIS services in support of their Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system, including ongoing GIS data management services in support of both CAD and future NG9-1-1 systems.
GeoComm is excited to announce they have been selected by Monterey County, California for a three year GIS maintenance project. This project will help ensure Monterey County has high quality Public Safety Grade GIS data needed for their Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and support for the new California Statewide NG9-1-1 system.
GeoComm is pleased to announce its selection by the Missouri 911 Service Board for a Statewide Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) GIS Services Project aimed at helping the State prepare for a future NG9-1-1 implementation.