UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS
Cytta provides a first-of-its-kind Incident Command System (ICS)
allowing remote visibility and bi-directional communications.
Our IGAN solution empowers real-time communications in a single platform that creates an
ability to place experts on-site allowing stakeholders to preemptively act during mental
health encounters, guide front line staff during tactical responses, and for use as a training
A first-of-its-kind Incident Command System (ICS) IGAN allows first responders to establish a real-time unified communications platform where multiple feeds of video and voice enabled devices are merged into one single unified communications dashboard. Any connected audio/video device can securely connect and interact over the highly secure platform including:
“We connect IGAN to our drone and bodycams during
key activities involving many of our personnel.
This can be a scenario, like serving a warrant, where we need
to rapidly guide responses if it turns into a chase.”
Perfect for team communications during law enforcement activities, IGAN places eyes-on-sight, which allows remote participants to view and participate as if on-scene. These advantages include sharing drone video, providing first-on-scene video/audio from an incident, video from K9, observing surveillance activity, private voice communications, or inter-departmental communications.
IGAN represents a game changer in unified comms for fire department operations. It introduces the ability to provide remote guidance to incidents, share drone video, mapping data for buildings or terrain and more. It also allows teams to tactically respond to calls with necessary personnel and specialized vehicles, which promotes improved efficiencies and enhances public safety.
The ability to provide real-time ambulance video has long been a goal for Emergency Medical Services professionals. The ability to share real time HD and 4K+ video with the hospital and better prepare for critical patient care is a solution that saves lives.
The effective response and treatment of the mentally challenged has become a recurrent and sensitive topic. Historically, a first responder, who may not be well trained for these mentally challenged individuals and stressful incidents, makes the initial contact. As a remote solution, IGAN provides an excellent and cost-effective tool for placing mental health experts on site via our remote communications system. A care worker located anywhere can participate in the on-scene video/audio conversation remotely.
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