iBwave announces the immediate availability of an updated version for its Public Safety survey solution, further advancing the network testing and verification capabilities offered by the existing iBwave Mobile Survey application and robust handheld Epiq PRiSM scanner. The new grid test capabilities combined with the existing iBwave Public safety desktop offering gives public safety engineers the complete solution they need to test, verify, design and document public safety networks that meet the latest in U.S. standards and regulations.
Just as the performance of public safety networks is critical for first responders on the scene of any emergency, it is equally crucial that the survey and design assets used to create these systems continue to keep pace with the dynamic regulations and standards environment in the U.S. and elsewhere. With this in mind, iBwave has updated their public safety networks solution to include grid testing in addition to the existing survey, design and reporting functionalities in place to enable the deployment and maintenance of public safety networks in adherence with IFC and NFPA regulations.
The latest version of the iBwave Public Safety Solution, which includes the iBwave Mobile survey with the Epiq PRiSM scanner integration and the powerful Public Safety network design desktop software includes:
Now, more than ever, building owners and developers are required to ensure the public safety networks in their buildings meet regulations and standards of practice. Through the latest offerings from iBwave Solutions in partnership with Epiq Solutions, users can be confident in their ability to test, verify, design and document their networks and remain ahead of the curve in their P25 and LTE network operations - while still prioritizing access to these capabilities at a reasonable price point.
These new capabilities are available today. To find out more, please visit our website and register to attend the webinar, “Simplifying Public Safety Surveys” taking place on January 31 at 11 a.m. ET.