doc martens factory shop AT tech will make Noblesville safer
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) newest public safety tool coming to Noblesville is not a fire truck or a police car: It a stronger internet and cellular connection.
Noblesville is the first Indiana city to partner with an AT communications platform specifically for first responders.
Firefighters and police are currently relying on a cellular hot spot connection when they working. Responding to rural areas and crowded events can hamper that connection.
Wyant said the technology can save someone life.
it wasn there,
we could be slower getting there, he said. a police officer going into a scene that (police) had been to a lot,
but he or she didn necessarily know that. When they get there, if they know that ahead of time,
they able to mentally prepare for what coming. city leaders say they already in an AT contract, and FirstNet won cost them anything extra.
The federal government started looking into a communications network for first responders shortly after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. AT entered a deal with FirstNet and the United States government to build networks across the country.