EarthCam Introduces New Incident Control Center Software
Event Management and Video Communications System Debuts at EMS Expo
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, October 16, 2008 -- EarthCam (www.earthcam.net), the leader in webcam technology, will demonstrate new webcam Incident Control Center software, designed for easy live video communication between early responders and emergency control centers, at the EMS Expo in Las Vegas (Exhibit #864).
The advanced software is the engine of EarthCam's rapid response emergency webcam technology, which includes EMT vehicle-mounted cameras, as well as wireless, battery-powered robotic OEMCams. All password-protected, these network cameras are both controlled remotely and viewed on computers or mobile devices.
Utilizing the Incident Control Software, EMS professionals are able to share secure live views with emergency rooms for live medical assessments, as well as regional emergency authorities during major incidents. The EarthCam system reduces time for preparing reports by automatically archiving information during activation, including event images with time / date stamps, weather conditions and exact satellite map location. Intuitive drop down menus enable post event reporting by category, incident type and severity. The software also features at a glance visual recorded documentation for analysis.
The EMS Expo, October 15-17 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, is the largest annual gathering of EMS professionals in North America.
EarthCam is the recognized expert in developing and providing advanced webcam technology and managed services to businesses and government since 1996. EarthCam offers complete infrastructure solutions to manage, host and maintain live streaming video and megapixel camera systems. The company currently delivers hundreds of millions of live images daily in both password-protected form for international business and government customers and in public access form for worldwide consumer viewing. Clients include St. Joseph Health System, Kaiser Permanente, University of Kentucky Healthcare, Allina Hospitals & Clinics, UPENN Health Systems, UMDNJ, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Helen Diller Cancer Institute, New York Presbyterian Healthcare Systems, and numerous government agencies including the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and the GSA (#GS-35F-0719P).
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