Far reaching benefits for very specific audiences.
Below are several examples of how accurate and consistent 911 data centerlines map data can empower and benefit various government agencies:
Decreased response times
Mapping locations, even obscure ones, more quickly means one simple thing — emergency responders can get to the scene faster and save more lives.
Consistent response times
If one in 100 addresses is difficult to locate, costing valuable time, a major tragedy might occur that could have been avoided. Our software and data empower your teams to be accurate and consistent.
On-the-fly verbal directions ensure your driver’s eyes are on the road, not on a device — reducing potential accidents and increasing overall safety. What’s more, if responders know that a bridge is out, a road has been closed or construction is up ahead, different routes may be mapped to increase safety.
More confident mapping
Route planning searches can be conducted in a variety of ways depending on the situation — by address, landmarks, buffers, intersections and latitude/longitude, resulting in more consistent and accurate mapping.
More informed responders
Responders can be informed of weather conditions, road closings, construction conditions and bridge closures. Pre-recorded notifications and alerts can even be sent to a group of phone numbers.
More informed dispatchers
With real-time visibility into vehicle locations and up-to-date map information, dispatch operators can make more informed decisions about routing or re-routing.
Better crime intelligence
Pin mapping spatially plots the crimes associated with a log of 911 calls, allowing officers to see and respond to crime patterns.
Better communication and coordination
With clear and accurate views of all those in the field, dispatch operators can better communicate updates to those at the scene or en route.
More efficient cross-agency cooperation
DDTI enables agencies to share data, update data as a team, and gain visibility into other agencies’ vehicles and assets, facilitating better coordination across neighboring agencies.