Cytta Corp Live-Streams IGAN Fusion in ‘Operation Baywatch’ with LA Fire Department

Las Vegas, NV, August 20th, 2020 (Globe Newswire) — Cytta Corp (OTCPINK: CYCA) This morning, in an exercise dubbed ‘Operation Baywatch,” Cytta will be live-streaming an exercise utilizing our IGAN Fusion incident command systems paired with UAS systems. The exercise will be conducted with the Los Angeles Fire Department, and the LA ‘Baywatch’ Lifeguards and various first responder affiliates, on the beaches and in the ocean of California.

The live exercise is scheduled to begin streaming today at 9:30 am Pacific Daylight Time. Please click the following link Cytta Live Stream Link or just go to the Cytta Video Channel on YouTube and look for the live video.

Cytta’s revolutionary Incident Command System, IGAN Fusion, will be utilized to assist the LA Fire Department and LA County Lifeguard’s, a division of the LA County Fire Department, in the operation. We have been invited to conduct an exercise where the IGAN Fusion paired with UAS technology is used to locate and assist drowning victims stranded along the shore.

The use of UAS to deliver lifesaving assistance, while utilizing the IGAN Fusion to maintain real time Situational Awareness, interoperability, and secure and reliable communications, is critical in the success of these scenarios.

The Los Angeles Fire Department, and the LA County Lifeguards and other first responders in the area, want to provide faster response times with more accurate information. This requires video streaming capabilities and 2-way communication with first responders. The IGAN Fusion can bring all these data streams together and seamlessly provide life-saving information to first responders’ fingertips with ultra-low latency.

“The Los Angeles Fire Department and LA Lifeguards have brought together a few departments to see how the IGAN Fusion can help create interoperability between departments and hardware,” said CEO of Cytta Corp, Gary Campbell. “Operation Baywatch represents another significant opportunity to showcase our technology.”

Today’s live demo in Los Angeles is showing how IGAN Fusion is the future of communication systems for police, firefighters, and other first responders.