Beach Patrol Chief Steve Downey said the software would allow people to know before the beach was closed, improving communication, especially during stormy seasons.
“We’re excited about it. So far, it’s in the testing process and it’s working pretty well,” Downey said.
Previously, all software reports, including incidents, rescues, and missing person reports, were all done manually using a pen and paper.
“The great thing about Watchtower is that when rescues are recorded and dangerous areas are being developed, we do what we live on the beach and people can see without the integration of other humans. It’s to change automatically on the website so that it can be done, said Edward Leung, Lieutenant of the Atlantic City Police Department.
Atlantic City tests interactive software to enhance public safety
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