FirstNet and NG911 convergence:
The New Public Safety Communications Platform

Join MCP LIVE for 60 minutes on Monday, October 30 at 2:00 PM EDT

Over the next 5-10 years, FirstNet will deploy the Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network. As a parallel process, emergency services IP networks will be built to provide interconnectivity between PSAPs to allow for deployment and utilization of NG911 technologies by PSAPs across the nation. In this session, we will examine the major issues involved with the transition to this new platform for public safety communications and provide a glimpse into what the emergency communications environment could look like in the next 10-20 years. 

Discussion topics include:

  • Why NG911 and FirstNet convergence is so critical
  • Steps the public safety sector should take to shift the paradigm
  • Ways in which these game-changing networks will affect the PSAP

Reserve your place today for this engaging session.

Hosted by:

Dave_Sehnert.jpg Dave Sehnert, Senior Consultant
Dave has more than ten years of NG911 solution design and implementation experience. He is skilled in developing requirements for NG911 systems, conducting solution assessments, and implementing ESInets. Dave provides clients with expertise in transitioning NG911 plans to real-world implementations. 

Scott Neal_headshot_email.jpgScott Neal, ENP, Communications Consultant
Scott brings nearly three decades of emergency communications experience to MCP. Scott retired in 2015 after completing a 28-year career with the Pennsylvania State Police where he was responsible for the operation and maintenance of the PA Statewide Radio Network. He's led a number of FirstNet projects with MCP, including the states of Arizona, New Hampshire, Michigan, Missouri, and New Jersey.