Miovision Offers FirstNet Ready® Smart Intersection Platform for Public Safety

Los Angeles, September 20, 2022 – ITS World Congress — Miovision Core® DCM – a smart intersection platform that enables cities and towns to modernize their traffic signal networks – is now certified and approved for use. FirstNet – The only network built with and for American first responders. Miovision Core DCM Now FirstNet Ready® means that you can take advantage of the special features of the FirstNet network.

FirstNet built with AT&T solves long-standing communications challenges facing public security agencies and agencies supporting emergency response across the country.This allows first responders and their supporters to navigate everyday situations, major events, or EmergencyFirstNet is also evolving based on the needs and feedback of the public safety community, driving purposeful innovation to help you be mission-ready. Now, with the addition of the Miovision Core DCM to the FirstNet ecosystem, traffic management teams will have access to the critical information they need, every day, in any emergency.

“Traffic lights are critical infrastructure for our customers,” said Steve Strout, president of Miovision. “They play a key role in ensuring emergency responders get to the scene as quickly as possible. Today, our customers can integrate FirstNet into their Miovision Core DCM devices and take advantage of the reliability and security FirstNet provides for resilience of their connected traffic signals.”

The Miovision Core DCM enables cities and towns to modernize their traffic lights and provides next-generation capabilities to help them remotely manage their transportation networks now and in the future.

The all-in-one, easy-to-install hardware platform delivers powerful data and analytics at intersections to support in-cabinet communications, remote monitoring, traffic operation and traffic management solutions.

The Miovision Core DCM is one of the first smart intersection products available on the FirstNet platform.

“Firstnet Lady® said Matt Walsh, assistant vice president of product management and development for AT&T’s FirstNet program. “The more tools public safety has access to in their networks, the more we can help them achieve their mission.”

Before a device is certified and approved for use on FirstNet, it undergoes hundreds of tests covering aspects ranging from security and durability to network impact. This allows us to meet the needs of our first responders. FirstNet compatible® the device is FirstNet device page.

For more information on the Miovision Core DCM, visit Miovision websiteLearn more about FirstNet here FirstNet.com.

About Miovision
Miovision enables cities to reduce traffic congestion and vehicle emissions while improving public safety through scalable intelligent transportation solutions.Click here for details miovision.com.

About FirstNet Built with AT&T
fast net® is the only nationwide high-speed broadband communications platform dedicated and purpose-built for America’s first responders and extended public safety community. Shaped by Congress and his vision of first responder communities after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, FirstNet is better than commercial products.is built with AT&T A public-private partnership with the First Responder Network Authority, an independent agency within the federal government. FirstNet networks offer unique advantages such as truly dedicated coverage and capacity when needed for first responders, always-on priority and preemption, and high-quality Band 14 spectrum. These advanced capabilities help firefighters, EMS, and law enforcement save lives and protect communities.Click here for details FirstNet.com.

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