Next generation control centers and coordination
The experience that Teltronic has acquired over the last 47 years, providing comprehensive solutions for public safety users, civil defense agencies and firefighters, medical services and transport operators worldwide, is the basis for the design of our control centre solution.
The CeCoCo Series offers a comprehensive, integrated solution for NG911/NG112 emergency response centres and operation centres, which combines call handling, radio communications dispatch, management of geographical and context information, incident management and emergency coordination, all within a single application.
Public Safety and emergencies.
Control, command, coordination, and communications centres are the connection between public safety agencies and the citizens they serve.
CeCoCo centralizes the management of communications, providing 112/911 centre users with all the necessary tools to reduce response times as much as possible in an emergency.
A flexible licensing model allows supplying a platform that is adapted to the needs of any public agency or private user.
The dispatch console offers a unified user interface for efficient emergency management, enabling rapid and secure communications. Tools for geolocating users on the map allow operations to be streamlined and contextual information received to be managed more precisely.
The control node can be deployed in multiple locations, with different levels of redundancy, in order to guarantee 24/7 operation, with availability 99.999% of the time.
Teltronic’s CeCoCo solution for transport environments is supplied with suitable customization, including a dynamic map of the infrastructure, which represents the main lines, auxiliary lines and depots where the transport units are located.
In addition, it provides the option of carrying out some of the operation’s day-to-day functions that are related to the association of specific aliases, the integration of systems with PAs and intercoms, as well as those derived from the supervision of the line.
All this is possible thanks to the use of standard protocols and interfaces, which allows for information to be exchanged with external railway management applications.