Mutualink: Multimedia Interoperable Emergency Communications

Mutualink creates networks of interoperable communities that are, at an instant, capable of sharing voice, text, radio, video, data and telephone communications in a secure environment.  It is controllable, intuitive and affordable. 

How Mutualink Works

Mutualink’s secure peer to peer Internet Protocol (IP) Network eliminates single points of failure and the need for a central “switch”. Incidents are created with Mutualink’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) by electronically inviting participants.  Participants on the Mutualink Network have control over their radio and other communication resources, can accept or reject invitations and exit incidents at their discretion.  Interoperable communications are instantly established and may be instantly modified based on the need, stage and condition of incidents.  This level of control makes participants such as police departments receptive to other entities being on the Network because all parties choose with whom, when and through which resources they communicate

Who Should Use Mutualink

At the heart of every community essential personnel from diverse organizations interact under a wide range of critical circumstances.  While conventional solutions to communication interoperability focus on first responders, Mutualink’s revolutionary approach enables all critical organizations within a community to participate in incidents as required.  Mutualink’s interoperable communities include: all levels of local, state and federal government, fire, police, and EMS, hospitals, critical infrastructure such as utilities, schools and universities, school buses and mass transit, airports, ports and shipping, high value community assets.

Mutualink Literature

Communications Interoperability White Paper
Mutualink Distinguishing Characteristics
Mutualink: The Solution