RGB Spectrum will host an expert-led webinar in collaboration with Contra Costa County, Elk Grove Police Department, and Orange County Sheriff’s Department entitled “Robust Video Processing Solutions for Public Safety Entities.”
The online event will take place on Thursday, August 3 (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PT) and will explore how today’s public safety organisations are leveraging robust video processing solutions to distribute, display and share data for better decisions faster.
The panel discussion will feature industry leaders from California government agencies:
- Dave Fontneau, Director and CIO, Orange County Sheriff’s Department
- Jamie Hudson, Real-Time Information Center Manager, Elk Grove Police Department
- Rick Kovar, Emergency Services Manager, Contra Costa County
- Dan Marcus,Director New Business Development, RGB Spectrum
Key topics that will be discussed include:
- The Problem – Data is Everywhere: Understand the overwhelming amount of data that emergency communications centers deal with and how it impacts decision-making processes.
- Designing the Right Solution: Explore strategies for designing and implementing effective video processing solutions tailored to the specific needs of public safety entities.
- Launching Your System: Gain valuable insights into the best practices and considerations for successfully launching and integrating video processing systems into your emergency communications center.
- Sharing Intelligence Inside and Outside: Learn how to leverage video processing solutions to share critical intelligence within your organization and with external stakeholders.
|What:||“Robust Video Processing Solutions for Public Safety Entities”|
|When:||Thursday, August 3 (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PT)|
|Who:||Public safety organizations, other businesses that support the channel, media and interested parties are invited to attend the webinar|
Register for the webinar:
- Click here to register for the webinar.
- Media representatives are asked to register for the webinar and confirm attendance by emailing RGB Spectrum’s media team.
Why RGB Spectrum chose their esteemed panelists for the upcoming webinar and industry discussion:
- Elevating Emergency Operations for Contra Costa County
Contra Costa County opened a new Emergency Operations Center (EOC) with a state-of-the-art situation room with the latest real-time visualisation technology. The EOC serves as a command centre in a crisis or natural disaster. Its role is to improve emergency response, including mobilising municipal, county, and private resources. Contra Costa County selected the RGB Spectrum solutions for their 24/7 reliability, support for diverse signal sources, ability to disseminate information to local and remote locations simultaneously, and exceptional 4K image quality.
- Elk Grove Police Department’s Mission to Assure Better Public Safety
Elk Grove California Police Department’s Information Center needed to improve situational awareness, threat assessment, and resource response and achieve faster suspect apprehension. The Information Center required a video wall to centralise an extensive volume of real-time visuals and data to enhance situational awareness. Operators would collaboratively view this information for incident assessment and resource deployment.
- Operational Success is the Mission at Orange County Sheriff’s Office
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has taken a pioneering step in enhancing its crime-fighting capabilities by incorporating cutting-edge video processing solutions at its real crime centre and multifunction training room. Partnering with Samsung, the sheriff’s office will deploy RGB technology to power all six direct-view LED walls in the real-time crime centre, enabling seamless and real-time monitoring of critical areas. This integration will give their teams unparalleled situational awareness, empowering them to respond swiftly and effectively to emergent situations. By harnessing the power of video processing and state-of-the-art display technology, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office continues to set new standards in public safety and emergency response, ensuring the safety and security of their community.