Essential to AT&T's own comprehensive business continuity plan, the Cincinnati NDR exercise will feature eleven disaster recovery trailers and vehicles, including a technology trailer, emergency communications vehicles and a variety of smaller utility and support trailers, as well as a search-and-rescue dog team demonstration.
What does ECV stand for?
ECV stands for Emergency Communications Vehicle (satellite based voice and data communications vehicle used in disaster recovery)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 61 other meanings of ECV in our Acronym Attic
- Eaton County United Way (Charlotte, MI)
- E Clampsus Vitus
- Eco City Vehicles (UK)
- École de Communication Visuelle (French: School of Visual Communication)
- Effective Circulating Volume (renal function)
- Electric Clock Voice
- Electric Conveyance Vehicle (disability aid)
- Electrical Cardioversion
- Electrical Complexes of Vehicles
- Embedded Computer Vision (IEEE workshop)
- Emergency Control Valve (engineering)
- Enamel Cotton Varnish
- Ending the Cycle of Violence
- Enhanced Call Verification (ADT Alarm Services)
- Enhanced Compliance Validation (US DoD)
- Ensemble de Cuivres Valaisan
- Entrepreneurship Competition Vilnius (Vilnius, Lithuania)
- Environmental Compliance Verification
- Équipe Cycliste Vélizy (French cycling team)
- Escudos Capverdien (French: Cape Verdean Escudos; monetary unit)
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Equipment includes: * Technology Trailers (lots of bells and whistles) * COLT (Cell on Light Truck - a cell tower that can be moved anywhere via truck) * Emergency Communications Vehicle * Command trailer - a 53-foot trailer with pop-out sides for management team * Tool and Supply Trailer (a small hardware store) * Power Trailer and Power Distribution Trailer Note: 83% of Los Angeles area businesses have a business continuity plan in place that will help them get back up and running as soon as possible in a disaster, according to a recent AT&T survey.
Response equipment readied in the wake of a storm includes: * Mobile cell sites and mobile command centers * Emergency communications vehicles * A self-sufficient base camp, complete with sleeping tents, bathrooms, kitchen, laundry facilities, on-site nurse and more than 10,000 meals ready to eat (MREs) * Hazmat equipment and supplies * Technology and support trailers to provide infrastructure support and mobile heating ventilation and air conditioning * Internal and external resources for initial assessment and recovery efforts AT&T offers the following recommendations for consumers and small business owners in preparation for Irene: Consumer Tips: * Have a family communications plan in place.
Essential to AT&T's own comprehensive business continuity plan, the Detroit NDR exercise will feature more than 25 disaster recovery trailers and vehicles, including emergency communications vehicles, and a variety of smaller utility and support trailers, as well as a search-and-rescue dog team demonstration.
The NDR exercise will feature more than 45 disaster recovery trailers and vehicles, including 28 semi-tractor trailers, two emergency communications vehicles, four hazmat trailers, one Satellite COLT (cell on light truck), and five smaller utility and support trailers.
Verizon's fleet of emergency communications vehicles, which is based in the Dallas area, can arrive at any continental United States location within 24 hours.
Verizon Business will deploy one of its mobile emergency communications vehicles to allow troops and their families to make free local, long-distance and international calls as well as send e-mails.
AT&T emergency communications vehicles (ECVs) may also be deployed to provide calling capability for people isolated from their normal communications channels because of widespread disasters and/or evacuations.