Photo Courtesy, New York State Chief Information Officer/ Office for Technology
ALBANY--New York Army National Guard Signal Soldier pose with Dr. Melodie Mayberry-Stewart New York’s Chief Information Officer, during the New York State Interoperability Symposium, held July 1 and 2 at the Desmond Hotel.
The members of Joint Forces Headquarters demonstrated the New York National Guard’s JISCC (Joint Incident Site Communications Capability) during the two-day meeting which brought together communications experts from a number of state and federal agencies.
The Soldiers with Dr. Mayberry-Stewart are (from left) Spec. Amanda MacWhinnie, Sgt. 1st Class Charles Moore, and Chief Warrant Officer Dave Tiffany.
The JISCC system allows different emergency responders to communicate with each other, as well as providing a command post communications capability through video, voice and e-mail.
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