Simplifying Video and Audio Communication Systems When It Matters Most.
Las Vegas , May 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — — Cytta Corp (OTCPINK: CYCA) Cytta Corp has sold and delivered an IGAN unit to Chief of Police Bruce Linton, of the Tukwila Police Department in Washington State, to support their incident command requirements for video and audio streaming.
In a digital-first world, real-time communication and interoperability are required by local and State Police during any operation. Cytta Corp’s IGAN unit allows first responders to stream, share and store multiple video and audio feeds in real time, as an incident occurs. Our revolutionary IGAN Incident Command System (ICS) empowers first responders to share video and audio feeds and make better decisions in real-time, protecting our communities, and saving lives.
“Every police and fire department in America utilizes video and audio technology. Dash cams, body cams, and drones create the transparency necessary to make informed decisions in the field,” says Cytta Corp CEO, Gary Campbell. “Older technologies lack the ability to easily share real-time data streams with multiple parties, necessary for decision making during mission-critical operations. The Incident Global Area Network (IGAN) solves this problem by connecting every video and audio stream into a single platform that can be accessed by both local and remote responders through multiple devices in real time.”
During these difficult times, Cytta is committed to working alongside our first responders to keep our local communities safe. Chief of Police Bruce Linton recognized that IGAN’s unique ability to stream, share and store multiple high-quality video/audio feeds creates a new level of situational awareness among all necessary parties.
IGAN is now being utilized by first responders across the U.S. who are looking for a simple, secure, and field-deployable system to stream and allow complete interaction among multiple relevant video and audio sources during mission-critical operations. IGAN provides, police/fire departments, emergency operations centers and incident commanders with real-time situational awareness by connecting all assets, including: UAS, phone cam, bomb robot, video, and 2-way radios all with sub half-second latency and high-quality video streaming
Cytta Corp (OTCPINK: CYCA) brings technology from military to enterprise. Our proprietary SUPR Stream technology has been designed specifically for streaming and storing HD, 4K, and higher resolution video. The IGAN Matrix seamlessly streams and stores all relevant video and audio during emergency situations. This creates real-time situational awareness for police, firefighters, first responders, and their command centers.
Cytta Corp products work in size, weight, and power-constrained (SWaP) operating environments, and evolved through use in the military by meeting the need to stream multiple HD, 4K, and 4K+ video feeds with ultra-low latency, bandwidth, and power consumption. Cytta is taking this streaming, storage, and transfer technology to enterprises that would like to send more high-quality videos with fewer resources. Cytta manufactures all their products in the USA and is in compliance with recent DOD ‘Blacklist Clause’ pronouncements. For more information, please visit www.Cytta.com.
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