Captain Pat McDermott is a 26-year veteran of the Metro West Fire Protection District in the St. Louis area. He spearheaded the district’s transition from IR to radio-based preemption.
CENTRO Deputy Chief Executive Officer Chris Tuff talks about the COVID-19 pandemic and the transit industry moving forward.
Patrol officer Tommy Donley shares stories about the impact of priority control he has seen first-hand in the field.
Mike Borrello has been a paramedic and volunteer firefighter for 25 years and is the host of the popular YouTube channel, Heroes Next Door.
Eric Wood shares how Chula Vista has become an innovative leader using technology like Opticom™ for Law Enforcement.
Don Redmond explains how his technologically-advanced police department is leveraging Opticom™ for Law Enforcement.
Mike Haldane explains how preemption can benefit police and previews GTT’s upcoming launch of Opticom™ for Law Enforcement.
Joe Shelley details how three Arizona agencies worked together to implement Opticom™ Priority Control as a Service™.
Merrillville, IN Fire Chief Ed Yerga explains how he helped spearhead the effort to obtain a federal grant to bring Opticom EVP to NW Indiana.
Ryan Simpson details his police department’s long history with preemption and why that tech is essential.
Mike Pate discusses his role in implementing centralized preemption in Harris County, Texas with GTT’s Bill Hupp.
Mike Taylor discusses his role in implementing centralized preemption in Harris County, Texas with GTT’s Bill Hupp.
Frank Blackley explains how the Wilmington, NC Fire Dept. got creative with funding its Opticom preemption system.
Chief Tom Gwyer talks emergency vehicle preemption and Opticom™ PCaaS with GTT’s Bill Hupp.
Blake Redfield joined GTT’s Bill Hupp to discuss a pilot program his city ran to test if Opticom can help snowplows.