Verizon 5G Lab Series: Public Safety
Join Verizon on Tuesday, July 16th, at Verizon’s Innovation Center to hear from experts building these next-generation technologies, network with thought leaders in the space, and experience public safety demos running over the next generation 5G network.
In an emergency, response times and accurate information are key. The typical time available for individuals to escape a growing fire following detection is three minutes. In these three minutes, crews need to determine changing temperatures in flashover conditions, fire behavior, victim location, and assist their crew with virtually zero visibility. While the conditions are different, the importance of time and precision is the same when dispatching first responders for school shootings, car accidents, massive forest fires, and infrastructure collapse from earthquakes, tornadoes, and flash floods.
Never has there been a more important use case for low latency compute and high bandwidth to support our first responders in an emergency.
With real-time location data, AI-driven predictive analytics, heat-mapped augmented reality overlays, drone data, sensor technologies and video analytics, we are now enabling our first responders to act faster and with greater accuracy to save lives.
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