Solacom granted 3 U.S. Patents for public safety technology
Solacom continues to strengthen intellectual property portfolio for critical communications solutions
Chicago, IL, January 12, 2015 — Solacom Technologies, a leading NG9-1-1 solutions developer, announced that it has been issued three new patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The three patents are:
- US 8,682,975 B2; System and Method for Identity Managed Collaboration
- The patent allows a dynamic mix of participants using PSTN (public switched telephone network) cellular, Internet Protocol or radio-based devices or platforms, to participate in a collaboration session that can include voice, video and data.
- US 8,856,245 B2; Session-Based Short Message Service Management
- The patent outlines a method of accepting SMS messages at a gateway and converting them to instant messages and routing those messages to an operator.
- US 8,830,987 B2; IP-Based Call Answering Point Selection and Routing
- The patent covers the selection and geo-spatial routing of a call based on its IP address.
The patents reflect Solacom’s ongoing investment in new technologies that have application in Public Safety and beyond. ‘’Growing our intellectual property is a natural outcome of the culture of innovation at Solacom – we are constantly looking for better, faster and more reliable technology for public safety communications,” said Pierre Plangger, Solacom CEO.
Solacom Technologies builds some of the world’s most reliable critical communications systems that integrate Voice, Video and Data to deliver advanced IP-based interoperability solutions for public safety 9-1-1, security and other mission critical applications. With a legacy of innovation in air traffic control and public safety, our engineers have pioneered many industry advances over the past 30 years.