MEOC: Mobile Emergency Operations Center
Purpose and Mission
- Mobile Emergency Operations Center and field Incident Command Post functions.
- Supports a wide range of missions from dignitary visits to Stanford football games to real-world emergencies.
- Backup Palo Alto 9-1-1 center.
- Expands command post functions with tents and vehicles to support staff and missions.
- Mutual Aid resource.
- One of only five similar vehicles in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- Deploys across the San Francisco Bay Area to support regional partners.
- Routinely mobilized for operations, events, exercises, and public demonstrations.
- Acquired in 2010: Federal Grant and City of Palo Alto funded.
Vehicle Facts and Audio / Video Systems
- 40 feet in length, 12 feet in height.
- 30,000 pound gross vehicle weight.
- 25 kilowatt on-board generator: internal power for multi-day use.
- HD digital video camera on mast.
- IP-based media telephone gateways.
- CDMA phone cell system.
- Satellite TV receivers and DVRs.
- 16 port HDMI matrix video switcher.
- 8 port portable SyTech Radio Interoperability System (RIOS) – patch channels and create a backup repeater.
- Radios covering HF, VHF, UHF, 700/800 MHz bands.
- 4G LTE
- Direct Wire and Fiber Connection
- Satellite: ISIS Emergency Mobile Responder - G18 and SES-2 satellites
- 4.9 GHz Microwave
MEOC Video Tour