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GIN Implementation Introductions SFC Jamie Sullivan Georgia Interoperability Network Introductions SFC Jamie Sullivan Georgia Interoperability Network.

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1 GIN Implementation Introductions SFC Jamie Sullivan Georgia Interoperability Network Introductions SFC Jamie Sullivan Georgia Interoperability Network

2 Interoperable Communications – A Definition n Interoperability is the ability of public safety service and support providers to communicate with each other via voice and/or data: n On demand n In real time n When needed n When authorized

3 GIN Solution n Interoperable Communications System that: n Uses existing Radio Frequency infrastructure n Achieves “on demand” interoperability through overlay additions to the current RF infrastructure: IP network backbone, IP network components and Mobile Communication Units n Allows interoperability between disparate radio system technologies n Provides flexibility and scalability n Achieves functionality in most areas of state population with fixed communications assets; in remaining areas with mobile communication assets n Will be implemented in multiple phases n Will be completed by June 2010 n Is being managed effectively by three working groups: HSTF Communications Subcommittee, Technical Working Group, Operations Working Group

4 Project Organization

5 Coverage Map

6 Motorola MOTOBridge n Comprised of 4 basic components: n Operational Management Control (OMC) Server n Keeps track of network configuration and is used to manage entire system n Two redundant systems (main and backup) n Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) Server n Sets up calls on the system n Two redundant systems (main and backup) n Radio Gateway Unit (RGU) n Connects the radio systems into the network n Resides in every jurisdiction (usually in communications center) n Work Station Gateway Unit (WSGU) n Gives dispatcher access to the system n Resides in every jurisdiction (usually in communications center)

7 MOTOBridge Technology SIP Server System A System B OMC Server MPLS Dispatch 911 Dispatch VHF 800 MHz UHF RGU WSGU VHF MCU

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9 R-GU Interoperability 4W+Tone Remote Control Serial (RS232) (Enables Radio controls, Emergency Notification and Wireless Data) 4W+E&M/Tone Remote Control SmartZone 800 MHz System P MHz System MPLS Network MPLS Network CEB BIM 4W Serial (RS232) Station Conventional/ Trunked PSTN Consolette 1 to 8 interface Connections per RGU Cell LMR System Aviation

10 Workstation Installation

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12 Rack Installation

13 MCU

14 INTEROP 1

15 Interop-1 on Post Americus 2007

16 Scout

17 MCU Resources n MCU Resources n 1 VHF repeater n 5 channel 800 MHz Trunking Capable Repeater System (MCU #1 only) n 1 Aviation Radio n 2 HAM Radios n MHz Control Stations n 2 VHF Control Stations n 2 UHF Control Stations n 1 Low Band Control Station n Cache of MHz and 25 VHF portables n MCU Operational Modes n Interconnected to GIN MPLS via satellite n Free standing n

18 GIN Security Solution n IP Network n Uses private IP addressing n Has no public internet access n All gateway units protected with built-in firewalls n All core equipment protected with external firewalls n Dedicated equipment with applications used only for the Georgia Interoperability Network n AES encryption of voice communications on the MPLS network and satellite link n Signaling and control information between the SIP and OMC servers to Gateway Units use IP-Sec tunnels n Georgia Interoperability Network satellite traffic is only routed to intended destination

19 Capacities n Network n 1000 Dispatch positions, 5000 radio ports, and 64,000 talkpath connections n PSAPs n 15 talkpaths per Radio Gateway Unit (R-GU) port n 60 talkpaths per R-GU n 9 conference bridge participants per Workstation Gateway Unit (WS-GU) n 24 talkpaths per WS-GU n 60 seconds audio replay duration per WS-GU talkpath

20 What Project Will Not Do n Increase Radio Frequency Coverage n Increase Channel Capacity n Allow Radio of One Type to Communicate with Transmitter of Different Type n Eliminate Technology Obsolescence

21 Importance of Project n Georgia’s First State-wide Interoperable Communications Project n Funded Mostly by Federal Grants with Additional Local and State Investments n Local Governments and State Agencies Involved in Design n Will Serve as a Model for Larger State-wide Initiatives

22 Value Proposition for System n Local Law Enforcement n Interoperable communications for law enforcement and other first responders at local level n Interoperability with neighboring agencies with overlapping radio frequency coverage n Dispatch back-up capability with other agencies for continuity of operations n Dispatch conferencing with other departments and agencies n Interoperable communications statewide in major events n State Agencies n Centralized broadcast, remote monitoring statewide in major event situations n Selective dispatch center conferencing statewide n Dispatch consolidation n All n Participate in first statewide interoperable communications project n Help create a model for future state wide interoperable communication projects involving multiple local and state government agencies n Project mostly funded by federal money

23 Core Applications System B System A Overlapping RF Coverage

24 Core Applications System B System A Large Scale Events

25 Core Applications System B System A Dispatch Consolidation/Backup

26 Core Applications System BSystem ASystem CSystem D GEMA Centralized Broadcast

27 Core Applications System BSystem ASystem CSystem D GEMA Remote Monitoring/Control

28 Core Applications Dispatch Conferencing

29 Core Applications System BSystem ASystem C Mobile Platform

30 Core Applications System C Traveling Across Jurisdiction System B System A

31 Agency Responsibilities n OHS/GEMA - Implementation n GSP - Business Owner & Network Administrator n Local Governments - Operators

32 Training and Exercises Vendor Training n End Users (Train the Trainer) n System Administrators n System Engineers n MCU Georgia Interoperability Network Exercises n Local n Regional n State-wide

33 Channel Naming

34 Communications with Public Safety Community n Newsletter n Site Meetings n Workshops n Site Specific Reports n Training CD n Site Survey Tools n Operations Manual

35 Questions? Thanks Jamie Sullivan (404) Questions? Thanks Jamie Sullivan (404)


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