TJ Kennedy takes up role with SceneDoc
Kennedy led FirstNet from a start-up inside the US government to become a $40 billion public/private partnership providing the mission-critical 4G LTE network across the whole of the United States.
“We are thrilled to welcome TJ to the EAC. His experience leading and advancing the FirstNet mission will be a tremendous asset to our ongoing mission of redefining the role of mobile technology in public safety,” said SceneDoc CEO Alex Kottoor.
“As public safety makes the leap into a ‘mobile-first’ world, SceneDoc is well positioned to help modernise their workflows across the globe.”
“I am excited about SceneDoc’s potential to improve the way that law enforcement officers communicate each day in their important mission, and expansion of these field data applications to other public safety disciplines,” said Kennedy.
“The exponential growth that we are seeing in public safety communications will only accelerate technology adoption for technologies like SceneDoc, which is critical to public safety operations in the 21st century.”
SceneDoc, recently awarded the Motorola Solutions Award for Public Safety Technology, is a ‘mobile-first’ platform for data collection, digital evidence management and workflow.
The company says its vision is to be the de facto standard in how data is collected in public safety.
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