TAKE YOUR GIS DATA TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Utilize GeoComm’s complete integrated NG9-1-1 GIS data workflow process toolset to assess, improve, maintain, and share public safety grade GIS data. Trust the system backed by our experienced team, empowering you to take your GIS data to the next level and make it more powerful than ever before.
Supercharge Your GIS Validation Process with GIS Data Hub
GeoComm GIS Data Hub is a cloud-based subscription software and acts at the central element of GeoComm’s complete integrated NG9-1-1 GIS data workflow process toolset. The software empowers users to quickly validate their GIS and related data against industry standards through actionable reporting. In addition, it manages the GIS data lifecycle by completing multi GIS dataset aggregation and prepares map packages for GIS data provisioning to 9-1-1 applications such as 9-1-1 call mapping and NENA i3 Emergency Call Routing Function and Location Validation Function.
The insights provided through GIS Data Hub supports over 1,000 nationwide jurisdictions in achieving public safety grade GIS data. The other jurisdictions utilizing this software range from local, regional, and state 9-1-1 authorities to local GIS data maintainers as well as Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) mapping agencies.
Common NG9-1-1 Obstacles Tackled by GeoComm’s Proven Process
GIS Data has a mission critical role in Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) systems and today is the day to begin your preparations. GeoComm is excited to share a diagram that outlines our proven approach to understanding the GIS requirements for NG9-1-1 and tackling your GIS Data issues. In addition, the diagram outlines how the State of South Dakota identified and overcame their GIS data quality challenges.
GeoComm developed the proven Assess, Improve, Maintain approach to be an effective and streamline process agencies can use for preparing their GIS data for an NG9-1-1 environment. Because the NG9-1-1 services utilized in this approach are simple and straightforward, they are easily adaptable for jurisdictions of all sizes including local, regional, or statewide.
The State of South Dakota began formally transitioning to a GIS process and solution that was tailored to meet the rigors demands of NG9-1-1 in 2014. By approaching their transition utilizing the Assess, Improve, and Maintain process, the State of South Dakota has greatly improved the quality of their GIS data and has an established Quality Control (QC) plan to maintain it.
“It was a big undertaking to get to the point of having a statewide GIS dataset that could be used for call routing in NG9-1-1; however, we knew we could get there with GeoComm through a collaborative and coordinated effort. In addition, to the essential public safety role this GIS dataset plays, local and state offices will also benefit from having a single seamless, gapless GIS dataset,” Shawnie Rechtenbaugh, Deputy Secretary and State 9-1-1 Coordinator, South Dakota Department of Public Safety.