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You don’t need to be a technical expert to understand emergency response. Our blog explains trends & gives insights on all things public safety, from the latest innovations to the key issues affecting citizens & emergency professionals.
The Public Safety Command Centre “112” of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia was actively involved in the process of managing the COVID-19 pandemic from the very beginning; and has been working continuously in emergency mode to provide timely and highly qualified services to every citizen.
Here were are! Today is the deadline for the 3,5-year long-period for the Member States of the European Union to deploy telephone-based public warning systems. However, public authorities should not limit themselves only to the legal mandate but rather make sure to get the best possible system to alert their population.
Mental health has moved from a taboo subject to an essential health service that must be seriously considered. The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered the mental health and wellbeing of people worldwide, which has led to increased levels of anxiety, depression disorders and concerns about suicide ideation.
As we accelerate into a digital-first future, there are some jobs that can never be replaced. Emergencies happen all the time and the first responders are crucial players in controlling the damage and saving lives. Ambulance workers, firefighters, police officers; all these workers are needed in extraordinary times. And they are people, the same as the ones they’re saving. So who is helping them?
Emergency calls and communication technology have a close connection to each other. However, the rapid technological change and its application in public networks and internal companies complicate routing emergency calls from companies to the most appropriate PSAP.
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- Access to emergency services
- Artificial intelligence
- Caller location
- Disaster management
- Emergency call centre operations
- Emergency call centre technology
- Emergency professionals
- Next generation comms
- On-scene operations
- On-scene technology
- Public warning
- Social media
- Well-being and mental health