Motorola Solutions announced a $14 million contract award
with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO).
The contract is for the full suite of the company’s
PremierOne solution for Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Mobile, Records and Jail
The system will utilize Microsoft’s Connected Justice and
Public Safety (JPS) Solution to streamline the integration of PBSO public
safety systems and provide a unified view of county-wide information.
was selected based on its ability to deliver an integrated solution based on
industry standard technology that will enhance information flow, improve
response times and increase responder and citizen safety.
PremierOne is a NG9-1-1 and multimedia-ready platform
that provides next generation technology geared to bring all system components
together into a single, streamlined operational environment.
The PremierOne command and control solution includes
PremierOne’s architecture leverages the entire platform to ensure uniform
information flow between PremierOne CAD, Mobile, Records and Jail applications.
Common Services including messaging, query and Geographic
Information Services (GIS) reduce administration needs and provide consistent
user experiences from all PremierOne applications.
Esri-based GIS and advanced mapping capabilities are
directly embedded into PremierOne to provide enhanced and accurate information
for statistics and reporting.
Dispatchers can attach real-time query results and other
multimedia information to calls for service for heightened awareness and a
higher safety factor for first responders and citizens.
PremierOne is highly configurable to meet an agency’s
specific needs and workflows, maximizing operational efficiencies.
Advanced remote deployment capabilities enable
pre-scheduling server, single-client, multi-agency or fleet-wide updates to
minimize or eliminate downtime.
Microsoft’s Connected JPS Solution works with PremierOne
to provide a powerful, extensible integration platform to unify the PBSO’s
disparate systems and data.
The power of Microsoft’s Connected JPS Solution is
derived from its unique combination of Microsoft AppFabric, Microsoft BizTalk
Server 2010, the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM), the Logical Entity
eXchange Specification (LEXS), and the Global Reference Architecture (GRA).
The selection of Motorola Solutions’ PremierOne
demonstrates the industry’s confidence in our vision for the next generation of
public safety and the incident command center. By working closely with
Microsoft, we are extending the capabilities of our platform to automate
business processes across systems, agencies and jurisdictions for faster and
smarter decisions,” said Tim Boyle, vice president, Motorola Solutions.
By Telecomlead.com Team