In News 2013

Dawson Co, GA goes live with ALI Database Management System from 911 Datamaster.

Located 40 miles north of Atlanta, Dawson County is nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains. Home to the start of the Appalachian Trail, Amicalola Falls, Lake Lanier, North Georgia Premium Outlets and many other exciting destinations. Dawson County is the latest to install ALI Database Management Technology from 911 Datamaster.

Mansfield ANG, OH joins a growing list of highly secure military installations choosing technology from 911 Datamaster.

Horry County South Carolina Upgrades to Latest Release of Software from 911 Datamaster.

The northeastern corner of South Carolina, known as Horry (pronounced O-REE') County, is a diverse land of rivers, beaches, forests and swamps - and is home to the popular Myrtle Beach. Horry now deploys the latest release of the industry's leading request / response software from 911 Datamaster.

Clay County, NC turns up an onsite ALI Database from 911 Datamaster.

Before settlement, Clay County was home to the Cherokee Indians, who were a tribe of Native Americans that made their home in Southeastern United States (principally Georgia, the Carolinas and Eastern Tennessee). They were one of the "Five Civilized Tribes" because of their assimilation of European-American cultural and technological practices. During the late 1700s, the first European-American settler, John Covington Moore, settled in what was then part of Macon County. The first emigrants moved to this area in the early 1830s.

An upgrade of Clay's ALI database provides valuable tools to assist in its 911 addressing efforts.

Gulfport / Biloxi ANG, MS joins a growing list of highly secure military installations choosing technology from 911 Datamaster.

Stratton ANG, NY joins a growing list of highly secure military installations choosing technology from 911 Datamaster.

State of Maine Department of Public Safety Goes Live with an Onsite 9-1-1 ALI Database and Over a Million ALI Records.

Commonly called "The Pine Tree State", Maine is known for its scenery—jagged, mostly rocky coastline, low, rolling mountains, heavily forested interior, and picturesque waterways—as well as for its seafood cuisine, especially lobsters and clams.

Humorist Will Rogers remarked, "Did you ever see a place that looked like it was built to enjoy? Well this whole state of Maine looks that way."

911 Datamaster is pleased to support State of Maine's 9-1-1 ALI Database Management System.

DOE Hanford, WA joins a growing list of secure deployments using 911 Datamaster by upgrading to later release of software

The Hanford Site sits on 586-square-miles of shrub-steppe desert in southeastern Washington State.  Beginning in 1943, the site was used to produce plutonium for the bomb that brought an end to World War II. After a short lull, production was ramped up in 1947 to meet the challenges of the “Cold War” and continued until 1987 when the last reactor ceased operation. Weapons production processes left solid and liquid wastes that posed a risk to the local environment including the Columbia River. In 1989, the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Washington State Department of Ecology entered into a legally binding accord, the Tri-Party Agreement (TPA), to clean up the Hanford Site.

DOE Hanford now has the best ALI Database solution available on the market.

911 Datamaster’s industry leadership role continues to be recognized. Jim Shepard tapped to serve as Development Steering Council (DSC) Co-Chair.

Shepard, Vice President of Product Evolution for 911 Datamaster, will be part of the DSC leadership. The DSC is responsible for coordinating all of NENA’s development work conducted by the association’s six standing committees.

“Our goal has always been to assist our public safety peers in saving lives.” states 911 Datamaster CEO Scott Krehbiel, “To be recognized by our leading governance body (NENA) is quite humbling.”

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Georgetown County, SC Upgrades an Onsite ALI Database Solution from 911 Datamaster.

As the state's third oldest city, Georgetown dates back to 1729 when the town was laid out by Elisha Screven. The four-by-eight block grid is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This area is bordered by Wood, Church, Meeting and Front Streets, with Front Street running alongside the Sampit River. A bustling seaport in colonial times, tall masted sailing ships laden with goods from Europe docked here and left with the trade products of the lowcountry  — indigo in the mid 1700's and rice, cotton and lumber in later years.

911 Datamaster is pleased to support Georgetown County's 9-1-1 ALI Database Management System.

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