Norwegian health service control room boost


Motorola Solutions is providing its CommandCentral control room solution to the Norwegian Health Emergency Service. The contract was issued by health authority-owned technology organisation Nødnett HF (HDO HF).

According to Motorola, the solution will be used across all Norwegian medical and external outpatient treatment facilities. A spokesperson said: “HDO HF can host the solution within their private data centers, helping to simplify IT management. This will increase data capacity to meet rising demands and reduce costs by automating essential tasks such as reporting.”

Nødnett HF CEO, Lars Erik Tandsæther, said: “The new control room solution allows for significant improvements to efficiency and scalability, providing much-needed flexibility between mission-critical teams. These needs have long been in critical demand for the healthcare system”.

Michael Kaae, regional vice president Europe for Motorola, said: “Every second counts when it comes to emergency management. That’s why we’re seeing a trend with organisations moving their command centers onto a single platform to drive greater efficiency.” 

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