PCTEL Helps Public Safety Officials Manage In-Building Communications Coverage Testing with Cloud Platform
New features in the SeeHawk™ Central cloud platform make it easy to track, review, and approve public safety network coverage tests
As part of a broader push to ensure reliable public safety communications for first responders, fire marshals and other Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) increasingly require in-building coverage testing as a condition for a building occupancy permit. If coverage does not meet requirements, an Emergency Responder Communication Enhancement System (ERCES) must be installed and approved, and the building re-tested.
Multiple stakeholders must work together to usher buildings and ERCES through this approval process, including building owners, AHJs, providers of testing services, and managers of public safety radio networks. SeeHawk Central provides a secure cloud platform where all of these stakeholders can collaborate to streamline the testing and approval process.
“From the beginning, we envisioned SeeHawk Central as a secure platform for tracking critical communications coverage test results for any building in
New features include:
- Simplified tracking and management of test plans and results by jurisdiction
- All-new, streamlined reporting interface
- Support for more data, including equipment room tests and 3rd party test results
- Specialized tools to compare results before and after an ERCES is installed
- Automatic notifications with reminders of re-testing dates
The second release of SeeHawk Central will be available in
To celebrate this launch, for a limited time
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