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Wednesday 13 January 2021

1Spatial lands California 9-1-1 deal

1SpatialGeospatial software provider 1Spatial has signed a high-profile two-year deal with the State of California's Office of Emergency Services to supply its data validation software in support of the implementation of a nationwide Next Gen 9-1-1 initiative. The deal is worth $600k to the company and helps its stateside push gain profile.

The Next Generation 9-1-1 initiative has been set up to improve public emergency comms and runs across the USA and Canada. California is the most populated state in the US and the initiative is designed to help protect against threats such as earthquakes, floods, wildfires, drought, public health emergencies, cyber-attacks, agricultural and animal disasters, as well as threats to homeland security. 

1Spatial’s role is to help California’s 9-1-1 Emergency Branch ensure that incoming data from multiple providers meets accuracy standards for use in its Next Gen 9-1-1 implementation, improving speed and accuracy of response. 1Spatial's project is a repeatable solution capable of supporting other States across North America to deliver on their Next Gen targets.

The most recent results from 1Spatial show that the firm has continued to trade well through COVID having worked its way through a three year turnaround plan prior to the pandemic striking. This contract win further outlines the market potential of North America for the firm, having already won deals there already with the likes of the State of Michigan and the US Geological Survey. 

Posted by: Marc Hardwick

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