NICE Systems will present its latest solutions for effectively managing digital evidence in the public safety sector at the 17th annual Critical Communications World Congress, taking place between 19-21 May in Barcelona. The company will demonstrate how multimedia and analytics software can improve efficiency and compliance, reduce costs and manage digital evidence on an effective and efficient basis.
Attendees are welcome to visit Stand C407 in Hall 8, Fira Gran Via, to discuss innovations in managing critical communications. Among other developments affecting public safety organisations, visitors will learn about the latest audio analytics, quality assurance and text-to-999/112 solutions for radio and telephony networks.
For critical communications, this includes NICE solutions for:
Retrieval and reconstruction
- Audio, screen and electronic data can be searched, replayed, verified, reconstructed, organised and dispatched for incident investigations when NICE Inform, a powerful incident management solution, is integrated with the company’s multimedia capture platform
Service and compliance
- Service delivery and regulatory compliance (EENA 112, ACPO national call handling standard, CALEA and ACB P33 QA standards, NG 999 and 112 compliance, etc) can be measured and improved using NICE Systems’ quality assurance and audio analytics solutions. Spoken words and data can be effectively and efficiently searched while digital evidence management provides secure, audited and controlled access to incident information
Drawing on experience from over 5,000 public safety market installations worldwide, NICE representatives at the Critical Communications World Congress will detail how the NICE capture platform creates a secure, stable and resilient foundation for comprehensive digital evidence and digital criminal justice solutions.