Cytta Corporation

Integrated Global Area Network

Mission critical communications composed of multiple streams of voice and video delivered in real-time,
and viewable by multiple parties over one unified secure comms system and interactive geo-mapping system.


IGAN is a highly secure, SaaS based advanced INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) offering real-time,
integrated communications integrating multiple video and voice devices including video cameras,
smartphones, tablets, computers, and 2-way radios. IGAN resides in Cytta’s secure cloud or
can be privately hosted on a customer’s server.

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How IGAN Works

IGAN (Incident Global Area Network) seamlessly streams all relevant video and audio into a single web (or mobile app) interface. It is designed to work as a common integrated interface for daily operations or it can scale up to support hundreds of participants from separate organizations during an emergency.

The IGAN hosting architecture is offered two ways:

  • CYTTA CLOUD where we manage (but do not store) daily operations

  • CUSTOMER HOSTED where we provide you with a stand-alone server fully integrated with IGAN software, or we can install on an existing server within your network. IGAN can also be installed in a mobile command vehicle making it a completely mobile solution ideal for remote incident communications.

What’s possible: IGAN mobile command center


“IGAN allows us to place mental health experts right
there, in the field with law enforcement officers.”


Drone/UAS Video Collaboration

One unique tool for video collaboration includes the integration of video feeds from unmanned operations. IGAN makes it simple to upload a video feed in real-time. It then allows remote participants to not only see real-time remote aerial video, but to guide flight video instruction such as video zoom on a target or area of inspection.

IGAN 2.0 Software

IGAN 2.0 Advantages

  • “Unified Communications” system for sharing video + voice using advanced compression and SIP technologies.
  • Simple to use. No client app just web browser to join.
  • Flexibility. Add any video device, 2-way radio, etc.
  • Secure. FIPS 140-2 and CJIS compliant.

Version 2.0 of IGAN follows more than a year of live beta testing, development, and interaction through multiple police incident deployments. It is now utilized, alongside first responders nationwide, including the Dallas Police Department, the Chino Police Department, and the North Texas Public Safety Unmanned Response Team (NTXPSURT) among many others.


An example of IGAN 2.0 new deployment capabilities would include law enforcement tracking a suspect, constructing a map of every location visited, and incorporating any related media collected from surveillance cameras, drones, and other apparatus. This transitions the platform beyond a simple incident response system and into a real-time intelligence collection and integration tool.