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Homeland Security Interoperability Systems
Quantum provides the leadership and technical assistance our partners need to secure the homeland from the threat of terrorism and natural disasters. We recognize our duty is to provide the best possible solutions to those first on an incident scene, those who secure our borders and those who protect our families and critical infrastructures.
Quantum provides integrated hardware and software solutions for First Responders, Incident Commanders, and Emergency Managers. Our Tactical Emergency Asset Management (T.E.A.M.) System creates interoperable communications among disparate systems employed in disaster scenarios.
We offer the following services:
The First Response T.E.A.M. System is designed and built to give Local First Responders and Emergency Managers unprecedented connectivity and interoperability from remote and on-site emergency and disaster scenes. The T.E.A.M. System is a proven performer improving situational awareness as it has been used in support of Hurricane Katrina relief and various other local and regional multi-jurisdictional efforts. It is currently deployed with the State of Alabama’s Emergency Management regions as well as other public and private organizations.
Features of the T.E.A.M. System include:
EXAMPLES of Quantum's Homeland Security Interoperability Systems include:
EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHICLE FOR THE STATE OF ALABAMA
The prototype system was developed under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRDA) between Quantum and the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC). Under this CRDA, military Tactical Operations Center concepts and technologies were transferred to a civil emergency response application, including using a licensed SMDC Battle Lab Product known as the AWARE Software. Process leading up to these deliveries included:
The T.E.A.M. systems in Alabama have been used to support a variety of law enforcement situations, natural disasters and public events, which include providing interoperable voice communications via radio bridge for the Eric Robert Rudolph Change of Venue Hearing; for multi-agency law enforcement personnel supporting the NASCAR race at the Talladega International Speedway; and for emergency response to hurricanes Katrina and Rita as well as a number of other large-scale public events.
FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM (FCS) ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SHELTERS