The 2019 National Fusion Center Association’s Annual Training Event kicks off tomorrow and runs through November 7 in Alexandria, Virginia. Haystax is proud to be sponsoring this important event, and we’re also exhibiting in Booth #32.
Our representatives will be available throughout the conference to demonstrate several public-safety and enterprise threat intelligence and awareness capabilities developed over the past 20 years for federal, state and local customers around the country.
Specific initiatives we’re highlighting this year include the multi-agency California Common Operating Picture for Threat Awareness (Cal COP), which ensures visibility across all operational risks to the state’s six fusion centers and other state agencies by enabling real-time situational awareness of critical assets and infrastructure.
Cal COP and other Haystax information-sharing applications combine asset and organizational data with real-time incident, field reporting and event data – plus open-source, publicly available feeds and map layers – in a way that provides contextual, actionable threat awareness directly to decision-makers. And because we deploy these capabilities through secure cloud and mobile applications, the intelligence alerts and domain awareness are available to them 24/7, regardless of whether they are in an operations center or deployed in the field.
NFCA will also be an opportunity to showcase how U.S. law enforcement agencies rely on the Haystax Field Interview (FI) app, primarily to streamline their field information collection processes and improve intelligence sharing and reporting.
Because the FI app is cloud-based, commanders, investigators and other authorized users can securely access all individual interview records — plus aggregated reports and map-based data — at any time on their smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktops.
More information about the 2019 NFCA Annual Training Event can be found by clicking here. Please stop by Booth #32 for a list of our five scheduled demos, or talk to a rep to arrange a one-on-one demonstration.
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