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NG911 Today



FirstNet


Planning and Technology



CAD/RMS


Ready for the Cloud?


The New Command & Control


Public Safety and Technology Consultants


Established in in 1984


Located in Stillwater


Design Support:


LMR, Trunked Systems, & Microwave


Dispatch & E9
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1
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1 System, CAD & RMS


Fiber/Cable, Security, Networking and Telephony


EOC with Extensive Multimedia and Communications

Dispatch

EOC

Equip Room

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“It is like building a building without complete
architectural plans”



Overall review and Update


Text to 911


Blackhawk County Case Study


Virtual Consolidation


To Cloud or not to Cloud



Standards based system


Open for development


Any device to request help or to send information


Not just a network
-

Common platform converging many
applications


Has all current features while allowing greater interoperability
for a better utilization of financial and human resources


Secure


No preferred or “chosen” device for entry


Operational and Technical objectives



NG
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business


Is
not going to work without local participation,
collaboration and teamwork


It
is not going to use the public internet for
emergency communications


Going
to keep patching the current system to
accommodate new technology


A
fad, the public is demanding it by adopting new
technologies, services and applications



NG
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1
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1 is not going to put local PSAPs out of
business


Is
not going to work without local participation,
collaboration and teamwork


It
is not going to use the public internet for
emergency communications


Going
to keep patching the current system to
accommodate new technology


A
fad, the public is demanding it by adopting new
technologies, services and applications


Source

PSTN

IP Access

Network

LIS

LoST

Public

ERSP

LoST

Private

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Routing Functions

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Network

WAN

CAD/RMS

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Radio


Logging

recorder


Convert to IP network


IP direct connect to (no gateway)


Move carrier traffic off legacy selective routers


GIS Data


Session 4C NG
911


Dana Walberg
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(911
Coordinator

DPS
-
DECN
)


Tuesday 2
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3


50% completed in the conversion to IP (with
gateway)


Move Carrier Traffic off legacy selective routers


RFP for I3 services


vendor creative solutions


Begin to look at GIS options

Source

PSTN

IP Access

Network

LIS

LoST

Public

ERSP

LoST

Private

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Routing Functions

NG9
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Network

WAN

CAD/RMS

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Radio


Logging

recorder


State is doing a good job of building a network
with out blueprints


Get IP ready


Cassidian
/Viper


compatible? Fully tested?


Recording solution


record at each position?


Get GIS data ready


stay in touch with the state.




Judy Flores
-

Director at Black Hawk
Consolidated Communication Center


Live in June 2008


Upgraded the phone system


Intrado contacted state looking to set up a trial


i
Wireless



subsidiary of T
-
Mobile


all Iowa Text to 9
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Only a few per month


Misdials


Expect more calls when it is opened to more
vendors


but does not think it will end up
substantially increasing traffic


Texting because they cannot call


Domestic Abuse


Abduction



Not a big deal now


Training was easy


Looks like TTY message


Acronyms


book at each location


Quicker than TTY


Limitation


not as good as voice


Looks forward to increased amount of
information ( Boston)


“If you don’t know where you’re going, you might
wind up
someplace
else
.” Yogi Berra

FirstNet:

Progress & Plan

Agenda



Technology, Funding & Governance



NTIA Managing & FCC Licensing



NIST Real World Testing



How Long Will It Take?


Sharing Information:


Email


Database access


CAD and Multimedia/Images


Providing Multimedia/Telemetry:


Live scene video to responders


Shared video available to dispatchers


Voice (full duplex and PTT)

Stakeholder Engagement

Broadband Planning


Jan, 2013


Board sets
timetable and initial agenda


Feb. 2013


Grant Application
period opens for states for
planning funds


March 2013


Discussions of
partnerships and contracts


April 2013


All 50 states have
applied for planning funds plus
five territories and GM hired


Third Generation Partnership
Group (3GPP) sets the standards


Unites ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, ETSI,
TTA, and TTC


Includes GSM, UMTS and LTE
cellular protocols


Release 12 expected to offer:


Proximity Services


Direct Services


Due Mid
-
2014



“It has become very clear to the designers it is
necessary to provide the ability to communicate
with both voice and data with access immediate
and easily under the pressures of the situation.”


“Access cannot be restricted to public safety only
but must include the supporting agencies
including medical, utilities, transportation and
public works.”


True mobile broadband (commercial/private)


IP
-
based supporting data, voice and video


Expectations:


Cost effective terminals


Commercial & Public Safety roaming


Closely follow developing standards


Seamless mobility between local systems


Need supporting bandwidth in the backbone



Getting from here to tomorrow


About 30
-
36 months


Concept to Deployment


LTE was designed for data, not voice


Some proprietary solutions already to market


3GPP Release 12
(
mid
-
2014)


Proximity voice


Direct voice


Band 14 and the Commercial Bands


Sharing arrangements


Public Safety priority


Site hardening issues


Coverage


Satellite for very rural


Backhaul/bandwidth




Buy
-
in / Planning Governance


State & regional involvement


Work through the
standards


Establish unique public safety requirements


Determine base station
sites


Work out site/network sharing arrangements


Establish operating protocols &
procedures

CAD/RMS

Are you ready for the Cloud?





Dave Kaun


651
-
705
-
1232


dave.kaun@elert.com

Tom Pavek


651
-
705
-
1223


tom.pavek@elert.com

Peter Behnke


386.837.1366


peter.behnke@elert.com