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PSAP Interoperability: Lessons Learned and Best Practices from Industry Experts Webinar #46396

May 10, 2017
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RECORDING: Limited economic resources and Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) technology continue to drive many state and local public safety officials to consider PSAP interoperability as a way to improve services, share technology, and reduce costs. The reality is that interoperability takes extensive planning and management, public advocacy and support, and government and budget approval.

During this webinar, public safety interoperability and technology experts will share with you:

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  • Consolidated agency lessons learned: increasing public safety, lowering risk, exchanging information, increasing innovation, and reducing budget
  • Technology trends changing command and control rooms: reviewing video, social media, Big Data, sentiment analysis, and more
  • Best practices for PSAP interoperability: exploring different consolidation and regionalization models


Tim Hannah, Communications Systems Assistant Director, South Sound 911
Rob Oesch, Information Services Assistant Director, South Sound 911
Alex Richardson, Market Analyst, Critical Communications, IHS Markit
John Whitehead, Public Safety Director, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure

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