Carbyne, CentralSquare Combine 911 Technologies to Improve Emergency Response
The partnership between the public safety providers is said to add value by improving emergency response time and situational awareness.
NEW YORK — Carbyne, a provider of public safety technology and CentralSquare, a provider of public safety and public administration software, announce they are joining forces via a strategic technology partnership.
Together, the streamlined experience Carbyne’s c-Live Universe platform offers will build on the intuitive interface and usability of CentralSquare’s current 911 and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) solutions for an even more agile emergency response, according to the company.
The combination of the two next-generation 911 technologies together is said to further empower their customers to achieve greater situational awareness through actionable, real-time data.
The unification of CentralSquare’s broad portfolio of fully integrated public safety software solutions with Carbyne’s Cloud-native platform, delivers next-level efficiency and intelligence, enhancing operations, command decisions and response, according to an announcement.
“We are honored and excited to partner with CentralSquare. Their mission to create smarter, safer, connected communities is exactly what the public sector needs,” explains Amir Elichai, Founder and CEO of Carbyne. “Powering government with the technology to better serve its citizens helps agencies operate as efficiently and effectively as possible to deliver on their promise of providing better service to their communities.”
Currently, CentralSquare serves more than 5,000 public safety agencies across the U.S. Those agencies leverage its Next Generation 911 system, which the company says provides unparalleled access to caller information and automated tools, helping dispatchers send the right responders to the right place as fast as possible.
The new partnership will give those agencies access to Carbyne’s c-Live Universe platform and the ability to receive critical incident data, dynamic location, text and on-the-scene video.
“At CentralSquare, our mission is to create smarter, safer, connected communities. We have an unwavering focus on identifying opportunities to deliver even greater value for our customers and are excited for the benefits this partnership with Carbyne will bring,” notes Dave Zolet, CEO of CentralSquare. “Partnering with Carbyne will further empower our thousands of public safety customers with the new frontier in text messaging, video and more via 911 call. We look forward to working closely with the Carbyne team to help our public safety customers accelerate dispatch center operations and equip them with a best-in-class solution for keeping our communities and first responders safe.”
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