SmartCOP Increases Presence in Florida with the City of Apopka
March 13, 2017
SmartCOP, Inc.¹ is pleased to welcome the addition of the City of Apopka Fire/EMS to our premiere SmartCAD and SmartMOBILE systems. The City is implementing eight (8) CAD workstations and 30 iOS Mobiles in fire trucks with interfaces to Medical Priorities ProQA / Paramount System, Fire Incident Export, and AVL Radio Integration. The AVL integration is the newest generation Motorola radio system providing the location of each fire fighter and apparatus to the dispatch center in order to ensure safety and for the selection of the apparatus that can arrive at the emergency call for service the fastest.
Our years of experience and implementations in numerous, comparable agencies ensure the City of Apopka will receive the benefit of a proven design, thoroughly tested in real-life scenarios.
Harris Software for Life Policy
Harris is committed to supporting Legacy products for as long as our clients rely on them. To help protect the investment agencies have already made in their law enforcement software, Harris stands by a “Software for Life” policy. All customers, who maintain a current maintenance agreement, receive the benefit of substantially reduced costs when upgrading or replacing their current system with any of the next generation software available within the SmartCOP/Caliber Justice/Caliber Public Safety family of products.
¹SmartCOP, Inc. is a business unit of the Harris Operating Group of Constellation Software, Inc. Harris Systems USA, Inc. is a member of the Harris Operating Group and is one of the legal entities that markets and distributes software products and services under the SmartCOP platform.
SmarCOP engages in system development, implementation, and support services for a fully integrated suite of public safety products including Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management System (RMS), Mobile Computing with Field Based Reporting (FBR), and Jail Management System (JMS). Our solution is a field-proven public safety system designed to respond, without fail, to first response demands.