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Interoperability of communication systems must be tested proactively

Posted by Base Camp Connect on January 20, 2021

Lessons learned from NATO


In an increasingly complex and uncertain global security environment, interoperability of communication systems has a force-multiplying effect in terms of operational effectiveness and cost-efficiency.

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Topics: interoperability, NATO

5 Emergency Communication Challenges Emergency Responders Face

Posted by Ralph Goodman on December 19, 2017

When public safety responders are dealing with emergency situations, breakdowns in communication are barriers to public safety. In order to get the most out of an emergency plan, it must be communicated successfully every step of the way. Anticipation is the key to preventive planning and response, so what communications challenges should emergency responders expect?

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Topics: interoperability, Chain of command

On-Demand Webinar for Incident Management Teams

Posted by Base Camp Connect on November 7, 2017

Last week, we made a webinar in collaboration with the All-Hazards Incident Management Teams Association. The session provided an overview about emergency communications and related technologies adapted for Incident Management Teams.

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Topics: interoperability, Interagency radio system, Satellite communications, satellite

Convention Shopping for Communications Equipment

Posted by Paul Calderwood on April 25, 2017

Good afternoon to everyone and welcome to the beginning of convention and trade show season.  It’s that time of the year where we all will travel to at least one or two conventions to learn from the pro’s what is happening in our given public safety field whether it is police, fire or EMS. 

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Topics: interoperability, EOC, Interagency radio system, Trade show, Mutual aid operations

How Public Safety and Private Organizations can Communicate in an Emergency ?

Posted by Paul Calderwood on December 6, 2016

Today it seems like everywhere we go companies, schools and shopping malls all are using some sort of radio communication equipment for their own in-house use. During an emergency situation, this level of communication could prove invaluable to the public safety responders. If we’re able to know what they know prior to our arrival on scene, it could save us precious time. Let’s talk about an example of an active shooter at the mall; if we are able to hear the communications from the mall security command post, we would know the closest entrance to use to stop the shooter and where EMS should enter to find the victims.

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Topics: radio, interoperability

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