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Provider of interoperable communications solutions, Agile Interoperable Solutions, introduced the CORE Center Point system. It is an extension of the existing CORE system solutions to enable scalability and provide unique functions.
The main CORE system can interconnect multiple communication platforms, such as cellular satellites, Wi-Fi, radio systems, and hardline cables. The system combines hardware, software, and mobile technologies to implement interoperable solutions in different applications, including incident management, command and control, and video supervision.
Now, it receives the new Center Point system that provides new functions, simpler scalability, and better integrative communications, which are beneficial for users.
“The introduction of the Center Point system is a logical extension of our foundation CORE technologies that have already received overwhelming interest. From the shows we attend we are seeing enormous response to the life-saving, integrative technologies AIS is creating,” said Vernon Guillermo, CEO at AIS, quoted EMS World.
The extension system includes unique functions to support communications in critical situations, like natural disasters and man-made crises. The integration may be able to help respondents and rescuers save more lives in severe storms, tornado outbreaks, floods, earthquakes, and wildfires. The functions may also be applied in various search and rescue missions, including building collapse, mining accidents, and nuclear power plant crises.
Meanwhile, the scalability from the system adds several new features including Sim library support from 600 to 24,400 Sims, mass SMS service, bond support of all internet sources, adjustable connection in multiple serviceable units, and incorporation of a crypto server.
The starter CORE system has a weight of fewer than 150 pounds and occupies a 20.4 by 26.5 by 43 inches footprint that can be deployed within 15 minutes. Moreover, the device can be deployed in real-life, worst case scenarios in both active and inactive grid, and uses every potential connectivity available, even microwave.