Public Safety Communication In The US
“The public safety system enables the dispatch office to locate the nearest vehicle quickly, so the person calling in the emergency doesn’t have to wait long for assistance.”
Public safety systems are city-wide communications initiatives that allow emergency service vehicles to be dispatched quickly to handle situations wherever they are needed. These vehicles can get the signals they need wherever they may be in town. Antennas mounted on the vehicles are able to receive signals from a central dispatch office when emergencies are called in. The public safety system enables the dispatch office to locate the nearest vehicle quickly, so the person calling in the emergency doesn’t have to wait long for assistance.
Public safety systems use antennas that can be added to the window, top or sides of the vehicle. In most cases, these antennas and accessories can be purchased from an antenna dealer and installed in-house. For very large projects, the antenna company may be employed to install the antennas on an extensive fleet of vehicles.
Public Safety Systems and Other Uses for Wireless Communications
Public safety systems aren’t the only way municipalities can use wireless communications. Towns can also use wireless systems for:
- WiFi and WiMAX networks
- Cellular phone systems
- RFID systems
- GMS networks
In fact, WiFi systems are quickly becoming a popular municipal offering. People enjoy the convenience of being able to work anywhere they want to, and this service is especially popular among people who work from home. WiFi systems enable them to get out of the house and have a change of scenery while still being productive. Mobile Mark supplies antenna systems for public safety organizations, and also provides custom wireless solutions for more extensive projects. Contact Mobile Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-800-648-2400 or 847-671-6690.