WATERLOO, Ontario, Canada—Dejero, a developer of critical connectivity solutions for high-quality live video and real-time data over IP, has announced that its EnGo 3 and 3s have met the standards for supporting the operation needs of public safety agencies.
The company claims that its products are now the only 5G supported mobile video transmitters in the market to be certified for use on FirstNet.
“Security is of the utmost importance to our public safety customers,” says Cameron Smith, chief technology officer (CTO) at Dejero. “Our R&D team has worked relentlessly on our security infrastructure to ensure that the first responders, who rely on our connectivity solutions, have the most reliable and secure connection possible to be able to do their jobs safely and effectively.”
EnGo 3, 3s 5G Transmitters Support A Range of Video Applications
Explaining the products in greater detail, the Canadian manufacturer says The EnGo 3 and 3s 5G mobile video transmitters work seamlessly with Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) and other video sources to deliver secure real-time high-definition video to commanders and tactical teams over FirstNet and 5G networks. The EnGo 3 and 3s provide users with greater situational awareness to make faster, smarter, and safer decisions for their field personnel; whether for search and rescue operations, observing crowd movement and safety at events, or directing firefighting resources. According to the company, FirstNet certification includes both hardware and software-based security requirements and verification by a third-party test facility. Dejero emphasizes that FirstNet requirements include verified and audited criteria in the areas of access controls, communications security, configuration security, connected services, credentials security, data privacy, data security, firmware security, hardware security, software security policies, security updates practices, trusted computing, and ongoing vulnerability testing policies. Moreover, Dejero continues, the GateWay 211 and GateWay M6E6, are FirstNet Trusted network aggregation devices that have been providing reliable wireless internet connectivity to public safety teams since February 2021. Used for applications such as voice, video, and data communication, GateWay delivers critical connectivity in nomadic or mobile environments, and adds wireless connectivity to fixed locations. “When public safety agencies and first responders see the FirstNet Trusted badge they can be confident our solutions meet FirstNet’s strict cybersecurity and network connectivity requirements,” adds Smith.
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