First Responder Network Authority Tag

By GeoTel Communications Encompassing 97% of North America’s landmass, rural areas house 19.3% percent of the United States population, though this is close to 60 million people, these areas are struggling to find connectivity. For areas in rural America, the idea of stronger internet connectivity and fiber...

By Jessica Lort GIS (Geographic Information Systems) aids a lot of scientific research and businesses around the world. It has become an important tool to assist us in reaching objectives. Below are a few major headlines where GIS has played a major role in 2018. Boundless Anywhere...

By GeoTel Communications In an effort to create a safer and more secure environment, individuals and organizations alike are looking to fiber optics as the solution. Fiber optic cables, which sit under the ground in a majority of the industrialized world, have become critical in the internet...

By GeoTel Communications Geomatics technology is being utilized as a proactive and reactive aid for disaster relief. Through an extensive analysis of fiber optics mapping, scientists can speed up the process of disaster relief and hopefully increase the chances of being more proactive than reactive. The effects...

AT&T just announced the launch of the dedicated network core for FirstNet, giving first responders access to their own specialized broadband network and communications system. FirstNet is the first and only network of its kind, offering first responders their own interoperable communications network. Chris Sambar, Senior...