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A project developed by The Center for Telecommunications Systems Management to address the need for repeater technology related to voice and data communications. This project is very portable and has the ability to be transported with nearly any type of aircraft. Attempts at commercializing this product have been made, although unfinished.
BB Mapping is a project developed by the Center for Telecommunications Systems Management at Murray State University to serve the purpose of mapping broadband signals covering multiple regions. Mobile devices were used to measure the strength and data rate of signals to verify coverage statements made by telecommunications service providers.
Information Assurance Security Curriculum & Faculty Development: This project involving The Center of Telecommunications Systems Management at Murray State University was executed for professional development. This collaborative project involved an overhaul of the curriculum and an introduction to new concepts and material pertaining to courses. New course material along with faculty development and equipment allowed for more expansion of the Center for Telecommunications Systems Management at Murray State University.
– $1.1M – 2 years – April 2009 – April 2011
The Incident Management and Decision Support System™ (IMDSS™) project will deliver a web-enabled software suite to collect, share and process data and events as they occur, providing situation awareness at the local emergency management level and incident management level. The IMDSS™ will deliver near-real-time fusion of data from a variety of local sources providing incident managers with the ability to monitor and respond to emergency situations in a timely fashion. This project proposes the integration of the IMDSS™ software suite and the Man-portable Interoperable Tactical Operations Center™ (MITOC™) hardware platform in order to support the information and processing needs of the on-site incident commander. The MITOC™ is a man portable communications and processing platform that provides communications and processing capability.
- $1.7M – 2 years – announced but not started.
The Incident Management Decision Support System – Health (IMDSS-H) project will deliver a health care extension to the Incident Management Decision Support System™ (IMDSS™) currently under development for Homeland Security. IMDSS-H™ will add the functionality required to collect, process and visualize public health information and use this information to aid in planning an effective response to potential medical and public health emergencies. IMDSS-H™ will simultaneously support local users within the local Emergency Operation Center (EOC) or community and/or remote users via a direct connection to the internet or a satellite connection using the Man-portable Interoperable Tactical Operations Center – Health™ (MITOC-H™).
A pre-configured, low-cost, and easy to use emergency communications system focused on the health care industry. It can be totally independent from terrestrial power. The MITOC-H has the capability to offer communication uplinks via existing wired, cellular, and satellite communications.
Development of a special set of the Mobile Information and Telecom Operations Center for Northern Kentucky Healthcare.
Project developed by The Center for Telecommunications Systems Management to allow for modeling in areas impacted by various disasters. These models permit for emergency responders to assess the severity of disasters pertaining to specific locations, allowing emergency responders to increase efficiency.
This project was designed by The Center for Telecommunications Systems Management to enhance communications between emergency response teams and the police force with the use of Radio over IP. This project is license ready and functional.
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