GIS company BullBerry Systems, Inc., providing geospatial routing technologies for Next Generation 9-1-1
December 3, 2010, Bryant, TX:
BullBerry Systems, Inc. (BBSI), a 9-1-1 software and GIS data services company, recently participated in the 3rd NENA Industry Collaboration Event (ICE 3). At this event, BBSI tested its Emergency Call Routing Function (ECRF) and Location Validation Function (LVF) technologies.
NENA held ICE 3 in Bryan, Texas, the week of 11/29. The focus of the event was location information which is one of the most critical data elements in the operation of NG9-1-1 for call routing. The 13 companies involved evaluated multi-vendor interaction between the following functional elements:
Emergency Call Routing Functions
Emergency Services Routing Proxies
Location Information Servers
The testing explored a greater detail of specification called for in the requirements in a variety of different “real world” situations, focusing on location and associated uses. More information can be found at the following web site: http://www.nena.org/ng9-1-1/ICE
BullBerry Systems is an eleven year Esri partner dedicated to the 9-1-1 industry with core competencies in GIS development and software for 9-1-1 call answering. All BullBerry Systems services and software is facilitated on the most current Esri technology platform. A key area of expertise is working with clients to effectively coordinate and process GIS data for 9-1-1 applications. All of the BullBerry Systems functional elements that are being tested for Next Generation are based upon our Research and Development of BullBerry Systems hosted ArcGIS Server technologies. http://www.bullberrysystems.com.
Norton M. Lovold
BullBerry Systems, Inc.
407 E. Main Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501