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NEC Display: Colorado State Emergency Operations Center

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The Colorado State Emergency Operations Center needed upgraded and unfailing technology that would help them swiftly respond to hazardous incidents throughout the state which is what they found with NEC Display Solution’s video wall.

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  • Facility: Colorado State Emergency Operations Center
  • Vertical: Command and Control 
  • Location: Centennial, Colorado
  • Challenges: Attain enhanced, real-time visibility into emergency situations
  • Solution: NEC Display Solutions X464UN-2
  • Result: Ability to display a much wider and greater volume of information 
  • Date: June 2014

When it comes to responding in a swift and unfailing manner, the Colorado State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) realizes the stakes are high. It is the central hub for all tribal, local, state and federal agencies to coordinate responses to hazard events, incidents and disasters throughout the state. Additionally, a steadfast rise in the volume of information from various outlets has made it necessary for the SEOC to monitor many different sources simultaneously.

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