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Wisconsin County using Motorola software to map 911 caller location

Wisconsin county chose Emergency CallWorks CallStation, a browser-based platform from Motorola Solutions, for its next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) services. The software combines call taking, incident management and mapping systems into a single platform.

CallStation also gets Waukesha County ready for NG9-1-1, which will allow citizens to send more digital information such as texts and pictures through the 9-1-1 network and, eventually, directly to first responders.

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