NICE will be providing its IP radio recording solution for the Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System (LA-RICS) P25 Land Mobile Radio (LMR) project. The network will support interoperable communications for 34,000 public safety personnel to enhance emergency incident coordination.
NICE is providing IP radio recording along with NICE Inform to support the P25 recording and incident reconstruction needs of the LA-RICS’ member agencies, including 50 law enforcement agencies, 31 fire departments, as well as Emergency Medical Services (EMS), transportation and education agencies.
Specifically, LA-RICS will use the NICE IP radio logging recording solution to natively record the P25 radio transmissions on the regional network. Participating agencies will be able to use NICE Inform software, accessible through a web browser, to remotely search for, retrieve, reconstruct, and play back their communications.
"Real-time interoperable communications are the cornerstone of this project, but these large volumes of IP communications will also need to be captured and reconstructed to evaluate everyday events and especially large-scale multijurisdictional incidents," said Christopher Wooten, executive vice president of vertical markets at NICE, in a statement. "When it comes to addressing this critical need for a regional radio network of the size and scope of LA-RICS, noone is better equipped than NICE. We're honored to be a part of this very important project."