Our June Monthly Training Webinar Sync Call is on Friday June 14th at 11:00 AM Central Time. The purpose of this month’s webinar is to create awareness of several handy tips and tricks within the GenWatch3® modules, and discuss how they can be valuable to you. Who knows, we might introduce you to a module you didn’t even know existed!
Save the date: Friday, June 14th, 11:00-11:30 AM (CDT)Read more
Your organization just upgraded your GenWatch3 ATIA software, and now has access to iVista. The only problem is, you aren’t sure what iVista is or how it can be used to monitor and manage your radio network. Well…you are not alone, which is why the topic for May’s Sync Call is completely centered around our iVista browser-delivered solution. We will focus on all elements of the software including its Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Dashboard, Map Displays and Reporting capabilities. By the end of the training, you will understand not only how to navigate within and throughout the screens, but more importantly, what the information is telling you regarding your system’s performance!
Save the date: Friday, May 10th, 11:00-11:30 AM (CST)Read more
GenWatch3 ATIA SkyView shows real-time views of affiliated radio IDs and talkgroups, busies, instant site usage, and more. This makes it simple to understand talkpath traffic flow system-wide. SkyView can integrate with tiles from your favorite mapping application.
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Everyone needs a hero, especially children who are abused or neglected. Thank goodness, there are superheroes among us in the world. These heroes do not wear capes or leap tall buildings in a single bound. They are just regular people with huge hearts. CASA® for Kids of East Texas is a non-profit organization that provides trained community volunteers to advocate for the abused and neglected children of Smith, Wood and Van Zandt Counties. One night a year, these non-caped crusaders gather their forces for “Justice is Served”. This annual gala event, which features food, entertainment, as well as live and silent auctions, benefits CASA of East Texas so they may continue the vital work they do for the children of our community. Many of our civic leaders showed up — some of whom donned aprons in lieu of capes — and sprang into action, opening their hearts and checkbooks.