Maynor Schott, fire chief in the County Seat of Springfield, was among the first to experience the new Emergency Command Center’s system. “We used the training facility for a management seminar and we were amazed at what it can do,” he said. “It took five years to get the funding and the plans in place, but the end result is simply amazing – that’s the only word to describe it.”
Emergency responders are being trained on the system so they are prepared to use it in case of emergency. “The system is easy to use because of the controller,” said Wilson. “The Kramer and Sierra Video products are great equipment at a great price.”
“Robertson County is among the first of Tennessee’s 95 counties to create a new 911 Emergency Command Center using their own financial bonds,” said Police Chief Mike Wilhoit. The Center will serve more than 62,000 county residents in emergency preparedness.
They can be confident that the Kramer and Sierra Video system will respond – every time.