911 AVL Software and Mobile Command Center
A powerful combination of interoperable tools working together to monitor and manage the resources that protect your communities.
AccuGlobe® 911 AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) Software provides a feed of real-time asset information at any time — while on the scene, on a routine patrol or in a high-speed chase. Its website counterpart AccuGlobe Mobile Command Center empowers users to view the location and track the path of any active unit — placing them at the scene of any emergency.
AVL Software relays a wealth of information about any fleet of vehicles (police, fire, EMS, snow plow, mounted patrol, bicycles or other government-issued units) to a central location for viewing or processing. Log in to Mobile Command Center at any time from anywhere to view web-based, real-time visibility into the locations of all active units, as well as the option to track their paths, observe vehicle speed and review historical activity.
AVL can be seamlessly integrated into AccuGlobe 911 Dispatch Software or AccuGlobe MDT Software, providing endless possibilities for improving safety and efficiency. This powerful combination provides unprecedented peace of mind — maximizing the safety and security of first responders.
The power of AVL Software and Mobile Command Center includes:
- Top-down view: Access to view fleet units and assets, including those of other agencies if permissions exist, via bi-directional feeds.
- Access to data when you want it: Ability to store and record information to a database for later analysis.
- Intuitive graphics: Dynamic symbology represents current activity.
- Global interface: Mobile Command Center’s interface with AVL connects with 911 Dispatch Software, allowing supervisors to monitor asset location at any time, any place.
- Flexible for other assets: Mobile Command Center can track non-public safety assets if desired, including snow plows, public and school transportation and maintenance vehicles — and unique attributes of each of these assets.
- Advanced tracking and reporting: View the path of any unit in detail, including direction and speed of travel, as well as vehicle history, location and attribute information. Reporting features allow users to view similar statistics for one or multiple units, with all activity plotted on a map.
- Integrated security: Agency and/or unit-based user permissions ensuring users can only view agencies or units to which they are assigned, including resources from other agencies if permission is granted.
- Geofencing and notification services: Users can define criteria about which they want to be alerted. For example, if a tracked unit goes outside a predefined geofence, Mobile Command Center can send an instant notification to the appropriate supervisor.
- Web-based for easy access: Mobile Command Center is securely available anywhere with an Internet connection.
- Personnel Security: Ability to force mobile device into emergency mode to track responders on foot patrol, mounted units, segways, etc.
- Secure connectivity and failsafe uptime: Multiple geographically dispersed colocation facilities feature\ highly secure, multiple tier-one Internet carriers with fully meshed backbone that provide reliable connectivity and fast performance.