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Transitioning to NG911 Capabilities – What Does Your PSAP Need to Upgrade?


Chris Moore  (Partner, Brooks Bawden Moore)


Jeremy Hill  (9-1-1 Program Specialist and Public Safety Advisor, NTIA Office of Public Safety Communications)

Fabricio Velez  (Director of Interoperability and Industry Standards, INdigital)

Steve Raucher  (CEO, RapidDeploy)

Eric Hagerson  (Public Safety & Security Government Affairs Director, T-Mobile)

Location: W230D

Date: Thursday, March 28

Time: 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Track: 911 & Alerts, First Responder Communications

Topic: Broadband, Cloud Connectivity, Critical Infrastructure, IoT, NextGen 911, Video

Format: Panel Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Next-Generation 911 (NG911) promises to transform 911 communications for public-safety answering points (PSAPs), which today typically rely on the same technological foundation that was in place when the 911 system was established in the late 1960s and 1970s for landline telephony users. NG911 can enhance public safety’s response efforts through IP-based technology that natively supports more than traditional voice communications—text, photos, video and data applications. Learn what to do and when, as well as costs and funding every step of the way.

Key takeaways:
Learn the major requirements for NG911, as well as how they can be achieved.
Identify the opportunities and costs for each deployment of technology.
Identify key areas of application and transition to NG911.