Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Interconnect: Maui 911 Communications Center - Maui Police Vehicles

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Maui 911 Communications Center - Maui Police Vehicles

(E) = Existing Flow
(P) = Planned/Future Flow
(E/P) = Existing and Planned Flow - Flow appears as Existing and Planned
SourceArchitecture FlowsDestination
Maui 911 Communications Center emergency dispatch requests (E)
incident status (E)
decision support information (E)
Maui Police Vehicles
Maui Police Vehicles emergency vehicle tracking data (E)
emergency dispatch response (E)
Maui 911 Communications Center

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