Fusus, a company that enables Law Enforcement and Public Safety agencies to operate more efficiently, with improved operational intelligence, and with a proactive emphasis on officers, citizens, and community safety which took home the Gold in the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program, is pleased to announce the Fusus Real-Time Crime Center in the Cloud (RTC3) Platform, has been nominated in the 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program.
The Fusus RTC3 platform is reportedly now the most widely used & trusted Real-Time Crime Center platform in U.S. Law Enforcement, is a unique solution, as it is the only truly open, technology-agnostic platform on the market.
(Hear from Lieutenant Clifford Hagan about how West Palm Beach (WPBPD) is utilizing the Fusus RTC3. Courtesy of WPB, Fusus, and Vimeo.)
Fusus RTC3 enables law enforcement and security agencies to create a unified intelligence ecosystem that integrates and enhances all public safety and investigations assets.
It is scalable and affordable for agencies of any size, and is capable of integrating public and private cameras, ALPR systems, gunfire detectors, CAD, and much more into a single platform.
Fusus serves as the public safety backbone for over 100 cities and counties across the U.S., enabling them to integrate community cameras with city-owned assets.
This includes cities like Atlanta, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Newark, Colorado Springs, Jackson and Biloxi. Other notable clients are the New Hampshire DPS, Georgia Tech, Lake County Schools, and the University of Notre Dame.
(The City of Jackson, Mississippi now has six times more surveillance coverage after the Jackson Police Department launched its Real-Time Command Center to detect crime and coordinate during emergencies to make up for a shortage of officers on the ground. Courtesy of WAPT News, Fusus, and YouTube.)
Notable Public/Private Camera Integration Projects Include:
Winston-Salem, NC: CORE installations gave the Winston-Salem Police Department access to 200 community cameras in 30 minutes in high-crime areas. The program has expanded to over 500 Cameras via partnerships with local universities, businesses, public housing complexes, etc.
Cleveland, OH: Combined over 200 city, Police Department, and transit cameras with feeds from residential and business locations, including FirstEnergy Stadium the home of the Cleveland Browns, on a single platform.
Minneapolis, MN: Integrated camera systems throughout the city, as well as the Downtown business alliance, combining them with Minneapolis Police Department and city-owned camera systems.
Atlanta, GA: Integrated 800+ city-owned live camera assets with private sector video and floorplans from locations across the city including Simon Properties like Phipps Plaza and Lenox Mall.
(Statesboro Georgia is now using the Fusus Real-Time Crime Center in the Cloud (RTC3) which extracts and unifies live video, data and sensor feeds from virtually any source, enhancing the situational awareness and investigative capabilities of law enforcement agencies. Courtesy of Fusus and YouTube.)
The Fusus Real-Time Crime Center in the Cloud (RTC3) extracts and unifies live video, data and sensor feeds from virtually any source, enhancing the situational awareness and investigative capabilities of law enforcement and public safety agencies.
Whether it’s a UAV, a traffic camera, a private cell phone video, a building security camera, or a bomb disposal robot, Fusus can extract the live video feed and send it to an emergency operations center and officers in the field.
Fusus creates a public safety ecosystem that combines video with other utilities like ALPRs, gunfire detectors, real-time officer geolocator feeds, a registry map of all the public and private cameras in a region, a multi-media tips line for the public, and a digital evidence vault for investigators.
To Learn More, please visit Fusus.com.
Fūsus Returns to Compete in 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program
American Security Today’s Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards is the preeminent U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program, and now entering it’s Seventh Year, continues to recognize industry leaders of Physical and Border Security, Cybersecurity, Emergency Preparedness – Management and Response, Law Enforcement, First Responders, as well as federal, state and municipal government agencies in the acknowledgment of their outstanding efforts to Keep our Nation Secure.
Best Investigation /Surveillance/ Detection
Whether it’s a natural disaster, an incident at a major event, or an active shooter or terrorist attack, situations inevitably arise where a multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional task force is required to immediately respond.
The Fūsus Real-Time Crime Center in the Cloud’s (RTC3s) video intelligence and map-based awareness interface serves as the central integration point for Law Enforcement agencies’ surveillance, security, and life safety technology.
Whether it’s a UAV, a traffic camera, a private cell phone video, a building security camera, or a bomb disposal robot, Fūsus can extract the live video feed and send it to your emergency operations center and officers in the field.
Fūsus RTC3 creates a public safety ecosystem that combines video with other utilities like Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) data, gunfire detectors, real-time officer geolocator feeds, a registry map of all the public and private cameras in your region, a multi-media tips line for the public, and a digital evidence vault for investigators.
(See how Fūsus Real Time Crime Center In The Cloud Works for cities, schools, & businesses. Courtesy of Fūsus and YouTube.)
*Fūsus was also recognized in the 2020 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program.
The Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards highlight the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions coming onto the market today, to ensure our readers have the information they need to stay ahead of the competition and keep our Nation safe – one facility, street, and city at a time.
The United States was forever changed 20 years ago on September 11th, and we were fortunate to have many of those who responded to those horrific tragedies join us at the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon.
In the days that followed 9/11, the critical needs of protecting our country catapulted us into new and innovative ways to secure our homeland – which is how many of the agencies and enterprise organizations that are today ‘ASTORS’ Awards Champions, came into being.
Our 2021 keynote speaker featured a moving and informative address from TSA Administrator and Vice-Admiral of the United States Coast Guard (Ret), David Pekoske; to our attendees who traveled from across the United States and abroad, on the strategic priorities of the 64,000 member TSA workforce in securing the transportation system, enabling safe, and in many cases, contactless travel.
Legendary Police Commissioner William Bratton of the New York Police Department, the Boston Police Department, and former Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department was also live at the event, meeting with attendees and signing copies of his latest work ‘The Profession: A Memoir of Community, Race, and the Arc of Policing in America,’ courtesy of the generosity of our 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Premier Sponsors.
The 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program was Proudly Sponsored by AMAROK, Fortior Solutions and SIMS Software, along with Returning Premier Sponsors ATI Systems, Attivo Networks, Automatic Systems, and Reed Exhibitions.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards at https://americansecuritytoday.com/ast-awards/.
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In 2021 over 200 distinguished guests representing Federal, State and Local Governments, and Industry Leading Corporate Firms gathered from across North America, Europe and the Middle East to be honored among their peers in their respective fields which included:
- The Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
- ICE Homeland Security Investigations (ICE HSI)
- Customs & Border Protection (CBP)
- The Federal Protective Service (FPS)
- Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)
- DHS Science & Technology (S&T)
- The National Center for Disaster Medicine & Public Health (NCDMPH)
- The American Red Cross
- The InfraGard National Alliance
- The Metropolitan Police (MPD)
- The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA)
- Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS)
- The Federal Air Marshals Service
- The San Diego Harbor Police Foundation, and Many More!
Corporate firms, the majority of which return year to year to build upon their record of accomplishment include:
AlertMedia, Allied Universal, AMAROK, ATI Systems, Attivo Networks, Axis Communications, Automatic Systems of America, BriefCam, Canon U.S.A., Fortior Solutions, guardDog.ai, Hanwha Techwin of America, HID Global, Mark43, IPVideo Corporation, Konica Minolta Business Solutions, Lumina Analytics, NEC National Security Systems, NICE Public Safety, OnSolve, PureTech Systems, Quantum Corporation, Rave Mobile Safety, Regroup Mass Notification, Robotic Assistance Devices, Rajant Corporation, SafeLogic, Senstar Corporation, ShotSpotter, Singlewire Software, SolarWinds Worldwide, Teledyne FLIR, Valor Systems, and Wiresecure, just to name a few!
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Today’s new generation of public safety and security experts need real-time knowledge to deal with domestic and international terrorism, lone wolf attacks, unprecedented urban violence, shifts in society, culture, and media bias – making it increasingly difficult for Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, First Responders, Military and Private Security Professionals to implement coordinated security measures to ensure national security and improve public safety.
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AST has Expanded readership into integral Critical Infrastructure audiences such as Protection of Nuclear Facilities, Water Plants & Dams, Bridges & Tunnels, and other potential targets of terrorism.
Other areas of concern include Transportation Hubs, Public Assemblies, Government Facilities, Sporting & Concert Stadiums, our Nation’s Schools & Universities, and Commercial Business Destinations – all enticing targets due to the large number of persons and resources clustered together.
(See just a few highlights of American Security Today’s 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Presentation Luncheon at ISC East. Courtesy of My Pristine Images and Vimeo.)
To learn more about ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award Winners solutions, please see the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ CHAMPIONS Edition Fully Interactive Magazine – the Best Products of 2021 ‘A Year in Review’.
The Annual CHAMPIONS edition includes a review of Annual ‘ASTORS’ Award Winning products and programs, highlighting key details on many of the winning firm’s products and services, including video interviews and more.
It serves as your Go-To Source throughout the year for ‘The Best of 2021 Products and Services‘ endorsed by American Security Today, and can satisfy your agency’s and/or organization’s most pressing Homeland Security and Public Safety needs.
From Physical Security (Access Control, Critical Infrastructure, Perimeter Protection, and Video Surveillance Cameras and Video Management Systems), to IT Security (Cybersecurity, Encryption, Data Storage, Anti-Malware and Networking Security – Just to name a few), the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ CHAMPIONS EDITION has what you need to Detect, Delay, Respond to, and Mitigate today’s real-time threats in our constantly evolving security landscape.
It also includes featured guest editorial pieces from some of the security industry’s most respected leaders, and recognized firms in the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program.
For a complete list of 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Award Winners, begin HERE.
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