GIS plays many roles in 9-1-1. Since the late 1990s, GIS is most commonly used to provide tactical mapping for 9-1-1 telecommunicators, Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) dispatchers, and emergency responders. Tactical mapping systems reduce emergency response time by identifying the location of emergency calls on a map, and compute best routes to the scene for emergency responders. Valuable supplemental “on the ground” information, not limited to fire hydrant locations and valve specifications, network camera locations, and premise information including contacts, physical structure information, and owner and tenant data, is also provided by GIS. GeoSolve can help you overcome your Public Safety GIS obstacle. Our GIS services are continuously evolving to meet the needs of public safety, offering an affordable alternative to hiring, training, and equipping new staff locally.