NEC rolls out the revolutionary new Triple Zero Emergency Service platform for Tasmania
The Tasmanian Government has unveiled publically its new Triple Zero emergency response platform for the state, devised and delivered by NEC Australia.
NEC Australia has provided its world-leading technology to replace the former Telstra analogue telephony service which was scheduled for decommissioning in 2019.
The agreement will see the Tasmania Government via its Departments of Police, Fire and Emergency (DPFEM) and Health and Human Services (DHHS) partnered with NEC.
UNIVERGE SV9500 unified communications solution is a robust, feature-rich, highly flexible communications platform perfect for geographically-distributed agencies requiring a choice of deployment options.
The platform is reliable, scalable, adaptable and easy-to-manage.
Our experience in transitioning and supporting mission critical emergency systems is second to none. This is backed by the business’ dominance in supporting in the same emergency services sectors the South Australian, Victorian and Northern Territory Governments.
Under the agreement with the Tasmanian Government, NEC will retain ownership of all hardware and software and manage the system for the Government over a five year term.
Globally, NEC is committed to realising a society that embodies public safety, amongst other things. This is why we are focussing our efforts on solutions that leverage technologies that advance social infrastructure, promote a safer world and protect people’s lives.
NEC Australia’s Managing Director, Mitsuhiro Murooka emphasised the importance of this cutting edge technology for all Tasmanians;
“NEC Australia is proud to be a partner in such as crucial project,” he said.
“There can be few things more important that a government can provide its citizens than a reliable triple zero service.
“NEC is respected the world over for our innovation and reliability in IT service delivery and we are pleased to have been able to cooperate with the Tasmanian government in delivering the latest technology for this potentially lifesaving service,” Mr Murooka said.