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Public Safety Software Solutions

From mobile call recording software to physical security information management, and everything in between, our public safety software gives government, public, and enterprise organizations the actionable security information they need to be effective in their emergency response, investigations, and analysis.

  • KEANS Service

    KEANS (KOVA Emergency Alert Notification System) provides reliable, simultaneous communication between multiple locations, agencies, business partners, and public address systems (such as loudspeakers, bull horns, and audio distribution repeaters). In an emergency, this public safety software saves precious time, resources—and lives. read more

  • Nextiva (PSIM) Physical Security Information Management

    Nextiva PSIM (Physical Security Information Management) is a platform that captures information from security systems, and then allows users to view, correlate, and analyze that data quickly and easily, increasing efficiency and lowering costs. read more

  • Audiolog for Public Safety

    Audiolog is an advanced multi-media public safety recording and quality assurance system. It can function as a stand-alone recorder/playback unit, or as a specialized server within a networked environment. Audiolog provides the ideal means of upgrading to meet evolving communications requirements, such as Next-Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1). read more

  • Verint Media Recorder for Public Safety

    Verint Media Recorder for Public Safety improves the performance of emergency communications. From forecasting and scheduling, incident investigation and analytics, and speech analytics, to performance management, eLearning, and coaching functionalities, this public safety software incorporates every element necessary for performance management into one comprehensive solution. read more

  • Verint SMC: Situation Management Just Got Easier

    Verint SMC: Situation Management Just Got Easier The reality facing today’s public safety and security communities is that the technological infrastructure supporting situation management is often complex and inefficient. Employing a mixture of systems, these elements are often based on proprietary platforms that make it difficult to unify emergency communication. Continue reading read more

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