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FATPOT Technologies Announces Next Gen Fusion Data Sharing Platform at APCO

August 1, 2014

Bountiful, UT (PRWEB) August 01, 2014

FATPOT introduces the public safety industry's most powerful fusion software, CADfusion™ NG, at the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) conference in New Orleans on August 4-5.

CADfusion™ NG is the company's Next Generation data sharing platform that connects public safety systems such as Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Mapping, Records Management Systems (RMS), and Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) in real-time. Based on 12 years of experience and implementations, this new platform is open-standards, fast to deploy, and integrates new useful remote incident management capabilities.

FATPOT's CADfusion NG eliminates training and transition issues by populating data in the receiving CAD system's normal format. First responders can view and manage all mutual aid incidents and assets from their current CAD screens.

CADfusion is used by agencies across the United States and Canada including Hennepin County-MN, Lake County-IL, York County-VA, Anne Arundel County-MD, Orange County Fire Authority-CA and the Ontario Ministry of Health.

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FATPOT Technologies ( is a recognized industry leader in software, data interoperability, and data sharing among disparate public safety and homeland security software applications and tools. A subsidiary of Communications International, Inc. ("Ci"), FATPOT is powered by its Peer Intelligence® rapid integration architecture, designed to quickly integrate disparate CAD, RMS, 9-1-1, GPS and other critical data systems into one unified application framework. This enables highly advanced cross-jurisdictional situational awareness for key decision makers and first responders, who can instantly communicate and coordinate emergency response more effectively.

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Communications International

John Rosati, VP Sales & Marketing

jrosati(at)ask4cii(dot)com - 1-800-ASK-4Cii

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