When disaster strikes and networks are down, IGAN provides a multi-agency communications tool
through a command vehicle as a local access network or satellite uplink.
Cytta makes the ability to coordinate and respond to natural disasters and
catastrophes much easier and simplified. Today’s solutions are focused around the
integration of voice and 2-way Land-Mobile-Radio (LMR) systems. The use of IGAN allows for
various multi-agency participants along with the inclusion of multiple streams of real-time video/audio.
When time is a critical element, being able to unify local and remote personnel creates a more powerful tool
that affords easier coordination and saves lives!
While there’s no way to be completely prepared for a disaster, it does help to be prepared to return to normal as quickly as possible. Disaster response and site communications with today’s tools are incomplete without a method to include video and audio collaboration agnostic of the communications technology deployed. The IGAN platform accelerates the ability to see and communicate with each team member, to identify priorities, direct responses, organize cleanup and to eventually achieve a streamlined recovery.
Getting the right people with the right tools to the right place is a major challenge. Often the lack of telecom infrastructure introduces a greater challenge to crisis management. As a field-deployable system, IGAN can operate as a mobile server. By integrating an IGAN server into your mobile command operations, you can form a private communications hub independent of the Internet – an entirely secure, FIPS 140-2 and CJOS compliant system that allows rapid inter-agency unified comms (voice, video and data).
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