Adams County Communications Center, Inc. (ADCOM)

ADCOM 911 – DIA Regional Broadband Network

To benefit public safety and first responders in a 1,200 square mile area that includes Adams County and the Denver International Airport, which is the largest airport by size in the United States, the Adams County Communications Center (ADCOM) aims to deploy a 700 MHz interoperable wireless broadband network for use by the approximately 2,000 first responders from agencies operating within the Adams County and airport service areas. The project proposes to interconnect public safety answering points (PSAPs), municipal governments, and school districts in Adams and Jefferson Counties, and the cities of Commerce City, Brighton, Thornton, and Northglenn, as well as a large unincorporated region, making the project area a unique mix of urban, suburban, and rural populations. The project’s first responders aim to use a variety of end-user devices to access the network for a wide range of data needs including HAZMAT database query and records access, criminal checks, access to the public Internet, airport perimeter security, emergency runway clearance, Automatic Vehicle Location, and video- based applications.

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$12,137,422
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