Presentation on theme: "Preparing for the Future. Emergency calls today are primarily voice. People expect to reach PSAP when dials 911. People have multiple ways and devices."— Presentation transcript:
Preparing for the Future
Emergency calls today are primarily voice. People expect to reach PSAP when dials 911. People have multiple ways and devices to communicate today. Traditional system does not work well with new devices. Identity = Line number, Location = billing address Covering limited area National protocols and routing Three (related) fundamental problems Where is the caller? To which PSAP should the call go to? How to identify the emergency call? New communication devices are intelligent.
Today’s Future Primarily voice calls via telephones Minimal data Local access, transfer, and backup Voice, text, or video from many types of communications devices Advanced data capabilities “Long Distance” access, transfer, and backup
= local Communications = IP NG9-1-1 > Phased implementation No federal mandate No degradation in the current system Market driving the need
Phase 1Phase 2Phase 3 Phase 4
Access TechnologyDescription Landline TelephonePlain old telephone system call routing based on local exchange carrier subscriber data, which is also the source of location information Landline TTY/TDDReal time, or “conversational” text. Uses landline phone system infrastructure and call routing. Requires a special TTY/TDD for the caller and the PSAP call taker. WirelessVoice calls via mobile, radio-based phones call routing is based on cellular tower location and/or mobile positioning equipment. VoIPVoice calls sent via IP-network access infrastructure call routing based on customer subscriber data. Some VoIP providers can deliver ANI and ALI information through the network in some locations.
Enable E9-1-1 calls from any networked communication device. Enable geographic-independent call access, transfer, and backup among PSAPs and between PSAPs and other authorized emergency organizations. Encourage an open architecture, interoperable internetwork of all emergency organizations. Reduce emergency services capital, operating, and maintenance costs.
Provide opportunities to enhance 911 system: Multimedia (audio, video, text) Data delivery (floor plan, medical information) Delivering video (CPR how-to) Load balancing and redundancy
Remains the same within an NG9-1-1 system – to receive emergency calls from the public ascertain the nature, status and location of the emergency, and relay the call to the appropriate public safety dispatch center for response to the emergency. The call-related expectations of the PSAPs also remain the same.
types of calls received; ability to transfer/receive calls from PSAPs outside the local region; and capability to accept additional information designed to facilitate emergency services. These are expansions of current functions, not fundamentally new roles.
Scenario 1 : Telematics andNG9-1-1
Scenario 2 : Interactive Text Scenario
Scenario 3 : PSAP Backup/Overload
Communication devices are already here The current system is having trouble adapting There are more and better services that we can provide We need to be planning and moving in that direction