Springfield-Greene County EOC- Success Story

Download the SVC Online Emergency AV Supplement May 2014 The Mission statement for Missouri’s Springfield -Greene County Emergency Management Program is clear and to the point: “to be a national model of best practices in mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery against high-impact events to reduce loss of life, damage to property, and harm to the environment.”…

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Williamson County EOC- Success Story

Back(bone) to the Future: EOC Selects Cable TV Infrastructure By James Careless on November 26, 2013 Featured in AV Technology Dec. 2013 Adding new monitors is easy, thanks to the hub-and-spoke distribution architecture. If the Williamson County EOC team needs to add new monitors, they can add new coaxial lines from the MediaManifold RF amplifier, or add more sources…

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Miami Dade EOC – No Need to Panic (AV Technology)

The No Need for Panic article in the October 2012 edition of AV Technology, highlights the new Miami-Dade County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) –  the command and control center for this extreme Florida weather hotspot. In the event of an actual emergency, this facility is where representatives from each county agency, and partners from other state agencies…

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Emergency Operations Center Market

Emergency Operation Centers deliver a media-rich environment to emergency response staff, allowing them immediate access to resources they need to make critical decisions. Resources include local and national news and weather channels, graphics from local PC apps and the Internet, fiber and IPTV feeds from traffic, helicopter, security, and “classified”  video sources,…

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Emergency Management Center Applications

Los Angeles EOC Emergency Management Centers require a media-rich mix of resources from a variety of sources – cable and satellite programming, local  HDTV news, cameras, and other sources. As major centers such as the Los Angeles Emergency Operation Center were designed, several media distribution and routing systems were envisioned. Twisted-pair Cat 5 video…

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Emergency Management Center Applications

Emergency Management Centers require a media-rich mix of resources from a variety of sources – cable and satellite programming, local  HDTV news, cameras, and other sources. As major centers such as the Los Angeles Emergency Operation Center were designed, several media distribution and routing systems were envisioned. Twisted-pair Cat 5 video routing was rejected…

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Success Story: Los Angeles’ Emergency Operations Center

Crisis Management – AV Empowers Emergency Response Sound and Video Contractor by Cynthia Wisehart On a good day, the room is empty. On a bad day, the 7500-square-foot Main Coordination Room (MCR) of the City of Los Angeles’ Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is the epicenter of public safety, where coordination teams converge to support fire, EMT, police, hazmat, law,…

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HD RF and 232-ATSC+ HDTV Tuners Deliver HDTV Video and Saves Costs at Los Angeles Emergency Operations Center

November, 2010 – “Crisis Management – AV Empowers Emergency Response” in the November Sound and Video Contractor magazine, highlights how the Los Angeles’ Emergency Operations Center employs HD RF channels and 232-ATSC tuners to manage emergencies. “The city project administrators were expecting a satellite HD set-top box at each viewing position at an…

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