CRANBURY – V-COMM, a telecommunications engineering firm, was hired by Cape May County to help expand the county’s 700 megahertz (MHz) Project 25 (P25) system, in conjunction with New Jersey’s Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) network.
According to a release, in addition to improving existing sites around the county, V-COMM will also oversee the site development and installation of two new tower sites to enhance its county-wide public safety radio communications system.
The system will serve first responders locally, and provide state-wide interoperability.
“V-COMM is providing the advice and direction we’ve been looking for to properly manage and improve public safety communications for both the first responders and residents of Cape May County and beyond,” stated Martin Pagliughi, emergency management coordinator for Cape May County.
“We are excited to provide an enhanced level of interoperability communications for Cape May County,” stated Dominic Villecco, president of V-COMM. “The county is in capable hands with our team’s extensive knowledge of public safety communications.”
“Public safety is one of the most important roles in government and we are proud to be making investments into this area,” stated Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton. “Communication is so important in emergency situations and this system will greatly enhance our county.”
V-COMM is a leading provider of network engineering, radio frequency engineering and related business services, with offices in Cranbury and Exton, Pa.
V-COMM delivers the needed expertise and cost-effective solutions to governmental agencies, wireless operators and commercial entities.
V-COMM also provides design and design/build services for in-building, in-tunnel and other wireless telecommunications networks. For more information, visit www.vcomm-eng.com.