MicroAutomation, as an attempt to increase its global market, has teamed up with the Department of State to bring an emergency telephone response plan to the Middle Eastern country of Jordan. The goal of the 911 initiative is to better prepare US allies in the Middle East in the event of an emergency.
MicroAutomation will be working closely with international corporation Intergraph Public Safety to create a state-of-the-art 911 emergency response system. Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) will be placed in strategic and visible places in Jordan. When dialed, the callers location is quickly identified, creating a quick response in the event of an emergency.
MicroAutomation’s contract provides advance handling technologies to be synchronized with the public safety technologies of Intergraph. The initiative is part of a broader program conducted by the Department of Homeland Security to address security and terrorism threats regionally and internationally.
“MicroAutomation is very proud and excited to be a part of this important project, ” “We are honored to have a significant role in supporting the security efforts of our partner to further enhance public safety on an international basis, ” said President and CEO of MicroAutomation Suresh Gursahaney.
MicroAutomation is headquartered in Manassas Virginia and a provider of call center technology and professional solutions.