Americon has created the largest and most comprehensive Command & Control "Technology Center"
in the United States.
Located at our headquarters in Camarillo, California, you can kick the tires on over 5,000 sq. feet of technical furniture including 911 sit/stand dispatch furniture, control room consoles, call center furniture,
and emergency operation center furniture. See why we are better
and participate in demonstrations of various video walls solutions, video conferencing, sound systems and control systems. See the latest in LCD
video wall technology along DLP rear projection. Experience our software driven Hiperwall video wall that utilizes larger than life stacked 70" displays. Most importantly,
meet with one or more of our design staff
to tailor solutions that fit your needs.
Our Technology Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM. It affords you opportunities that you will never get by going to local installations that may not anwser all of your questions. Most people who come in with an idea of their needs,
walk away with a completely different solution. We are capable of taking you from "concept to completion" in a very short period of time.
A Greater Focus on Emergency Management
It's no secret that since 9/11, a greater focus on emergency management has emerged that commits more of the nation’s resources to domestic preparedness and security. Each environment has addressable needs and Americon is at the forefront
in bringing home high tech, cost-effective solutions to emergency management. Clearly, the escalating threats of terrorism inside our borders and uncontrollable natural disasters like
earthquakes and weather events have exposed our vulnerabilities. Americon satisfies the command and control, dispatch, and emergency management needs of government agencies along with those of national and multi-national corporations.
After 9/11, founder and president Bill Farah discusses emergency management with the late Secretary of State, Alexander Haig. In a segment on NBC's World Business Review, Bill explains his turnkey approach to General Haig and Bruce Aikens, the president of The Emergency Management Association, on the way to shorten the
time it takes to design and implement an emergency management center on the national level. Excerpts from this show can be viewed by clicking on the image.