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1 Today’s 9-1-1 System – Timeline. 22 Today’s 9-1-1 versus NG9-1-1 Today’s 9-1-1Next Generation 9-1-1 Virtually all calls are voice callers via telephones.

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1 1 Today’s System – Timeline

2 22 Today’s versus NG9-1-1 Today’s 9-1-1Next Generation Virtually all calls are voice callers via telephones over analog lines. Voice, text, or video information, from many types of communication devices, sent over IP networks Most information transferred via voiceAdvanced data sharing is automatically performed Callers routed through legacy selective routers, limited forwarding / backup ability Physical location of PSAP becomes immaterial, callers routed automatically based on geographic location, enhanced backup abilities Limited ability to handle overflow situations, callers could receive a busy signal PSAPs able to control call congestion treatment, including dynamically rerouting callers

3 3 The Need For NG9-1-1 Today’s system is being outpaced by emerging technologies –Constant adaptation of old infrastructure is expensive and slow –New communications technologies need “plug and play” access and interfaces –Growing data rich environment – can’t handle –Need data bandwidth, modernized network (IP), open standards

4 4 The Need For NG9-1-1, (con’t.) Today’s system is being outpaced by emerging technologies –Need a more flexible and easily controlled system –Need nationwide and beyond intercommunication, including other emergency services (transportation operations, emergency management, etc.) –Post transition, NG9-1-1 can be significantly more efficient (and likely less expensive to implement new features)

5 5 Core Purposes of NG9-1-1 Utilize broadband-enabled, IP-based technologies to fully replace E9-1-1 system with all core functionalities and capabilities of current E9-1-1 system Add capabilities to support access in multiple formats for all current/emerging originating service providers in secure environment Add increased flexibility for PSAPs/9-1-1 governing authorities Add capabilities to enable interoperable information sharing with all organizations involved in emergency response (including shared infrastructure/services)

6 6 Next Generation Efforts US DOT Next Generation Initiative NENA APCO SDOs Industry

7 7 US DOT Next Generation Initiative Technical –Concept of Operations > Requirements > Architecture –Architecture > Proof of Concept demonstration Institutional –Transition Plan –Analysis of Cost, Value & Risk

8 8 NG9-1-1 Initiative Documents Available Concept of Operations Functional Requirements Architecture Design Human Machine Interface Display Proof of Concept Testing Report Transition Plan Analysis of Cost, Value and Risk Procurement Tool Kit

9 9 Results and Conclusions Substantial body of knowledge on the issues and associated strategic options that can be implemented An agenda for action and a foundation for the community in planning and deploying NG9-1-1 The potential to provide significantly greater value than current technology over the next 20 years Many of the challenges are operational and logistical in nature, requiring a more open and collaborative relationship between stakeholders


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