Kentucky turns to RapidDeploy, AT&T for statewide 911 mapping, analytics

Donny Jackson | Urgent Communications | July 4, 2021

Public-safety answering points (PSAPs) in the state of Kentucky soon will have the opportunity to leverage cloud-native RapidDeploy mapping and analytics solutions through a statewide deal with AT&T that is designed to help improve response times to emergency calls. RapidDeploy CEO Steve Raucher said the Kentucky announcement represents the fifth statewide deal for his company’s 911 technology offerings, after previous announcements from the states of the California, Arizona, Kansas and Minnesota—most through the RapidDeploy’s relationship with AT&T.

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