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ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL.

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1 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION GIS for NG9-1-1

2 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION 1968: Basic 9-1-1: Copper Land Line Callers and PSAPs are fixed locations 1980s–90s: Today: VoIP 1990s – 2000s: Enhanced 9-1-1: Calls are routed based on local jurisdictions System – Timeline Wireless 9-1-1: Callers are nomadic and must first be located NG9-1-1: Any Device, Anytime, Anywhere

3 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION Background / Today Existing infrastructure was initially designed to do one thing – process emergency calls from a fixed location Majority of calls for emergency service today are nomadic, from several different devices NG9-1-1 environment cannot be reliant upon the legacy infrastructure Legacy NG9-1-1 Only ANI/ALIAdvanced data sharing -telematics, sensors Access to services are locally provided and fixed by jurisdiction Enhanced capabilities; physical location of PSAP becomes less important Routing based on phone number / MSAG Ability to dynamically route based on geographic location

4 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION What is NG9-1-1? Current system is reliable, but based on antiquated technology – Limited ability to transfer and not designed for moving the data that is now a daily part of communications, such as text and images NG9-1-1 is often considered a network, but it doesn’t stop there – it is the culmination of converging many applications into a common platform – NG9-1-1 is best described as an open-standard-based, robust system of systems, that allows the public to use any device to request help It allows access from the legacy system while allowing for greater interoperability NG9-1-1 does not have a “chosen” or preferred entry point

5 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION

6 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION

7 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION GIS in NG9-1-1 GIS plays crucial role in NG9-1-1 call routing Routing database is GIS data centric Accuracy of GIS data is paramount Shared data – coordination authority is responsible for the data Location is delivered with call Location is pre-validated using GIS data (LVF)

8 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION GIS in NG9-1-1 NG9-1-1 will require scalability for more data Additional fields in database design – Structures: Floor, Room, Seat – Roads: More jurisdictional boundary fields, classifications, routing – Additional layers: Neighborhoods, unincorporated communities, more classifications for common places, parcels More potential for interoperability with other systems – Healthcare, emergency management, industrial sites (HAZMAT) – Facility plans, large campuses

9 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION NG9-1-1 Improved Data Interoperability Common Operation Picture (COP) Systems Sensors, Cameras, Photos – all with location tags Centers, Emergency Operation Center, First Responders all using same GIS data Improved data interoperability across local, state and federal agencies during large incidents GIS Data Redundancy and Backup – Access to data outside of your jurisdiction – Other PSAPs can access your GIS data for dispatch during high call volume

10 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION Approach Central GIS Repository – Enable PSAPs to share GIS information – Establish MOAs – Set standards for GIS data entry – Set standards for regular maintenance plan – Future framework for NG9-1-1 database Statewide SCL’s Statewide PSAP Boundary Layer Validation of GIS with MSAG, ALI

11 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION NENA Standards – GIS and NG9-1-1 NENA – i3 Technical Specifications NENA – GIS Data Model 2.0 NENA – Synchronizing your GIS with MSAG and ALI NENA – Provisioning GIS Data for ECRF/LVF NENA – Site Structure Point Development

12 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AVIATION | CIVIL | CONSTRUCTION SERVICES | DATA SYSTEMS | ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING | GEOSPATIAL | NETWORKS | PUBLIC SAFETY | TRANSPORTATION Questions Questions ?? Josh Clemente – PMP/ENP Mark Holmes – GISP/ENP


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