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Facing Hurricanes with FirstNet on Your Side

 

As the summer months heat up, so too does hurricane season. With the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season for 2020, first responders must be prepared. FirstNet, the only nationwide, purpose-built network for public safety, has been battle tested and designed to keep first responders connected during large storms and hurricanes.

FirstNet in Emergency Operations Centers

成年女人看片免费视频|欧美午夜不卡在线观看In southern Florida, hurricanes are not uncommon, and public safety agencies in the area must be prepared for any storm. Today, many agencies are using FirstNet to enhance operations during hurricane response. This includes the Miami-Dade County Emergency Operations Center (EOC), which is activated during natural and man-made disasters. The EOC acts as a centralized information hub for agencies responding to the incident, which can range from public works to the Department of Health to traditional public safety agencies. The to ensure the necessary information reaches the appropriate officials.

As Miami-area first responders conduct damage assessments from storms and hurricanes, they use online reporting systems that are powered by FirstNet-enabled tablets and laptops. This data is quickly and securely relayed from the field back to the EOC, where it is easily accessible by decision makers during emergencies and other incidents. As Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Communications Chief Greg Rubin成年女人看片免费视频|欧美午夜不卡在线观看 explains, “The elected officials – the mayor and the emergency manager – look at that information to determine where the greatest effect of a hurricane has been on the county, and where resources need to be deployed.”

Deployables offer on-demand connectivity

Disasters like hurricanes can damage critical infrastructure, limiting first responders’ communication capabilities. For FirstNet users, there is a fleet of dedicated deployable assets that can help with coverage and connectivity during these situations. The deployables include 72 mobile cell sites, three aerial cells on wings (Flying COWs), and an aerostat or blimp. They provide first responders with on-demand access to the network during response and recovery efforts.

Public safety agencies have used these resources in several hurricanes in recent years, such as in North Carolina and in Florida. For Dave Merrick, Director of Emergency Management at Florida State University, deployable assets were critical in allowing first responders to communicate during . “The only thing that worked for us on Mexico Beach post-Michael was the FirstNet COWs that came in,” he said. “Those were the first communications we had that were at all functional on Mexico Beach.”

成年女人看片免费视频|欧美午夜不卡在线观看To learn more about the how the First Responder Network Authority can help your agency prepare for hurricanes with FirstNet, and to connect with the public safety advisor in your area, visit . To learn about FirstNet products and services, visit .

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