Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a critical component of Next Generation 9-1-1. Even if you are not planning to implement NG9-1-1 in the near future, it is important to realize that it will probably take more time than you realize to get all your data ready. Municipalities and PSAPs who currently develop and maintain their own data for addressing and mapping must now understand how NG9-1-1 data requirements will impact their current processes. Much of the required data for NG9-1-1 is being used in PSAPs today for map displays, call routing, and address verification.
This course explains how and why GIS must be reconciled and synchronized with existing ALI and MSAG records and what PSAPs will need to do with their existing data to prepare for NG9-1-1.
During the class, attendees will explore how MSAG Coordinators, Database analysts, and GIS professionals will work together to build and maintain the PSAP’s data needs. Designed to be informative, entertaining, and easy to understand, this course reviews the data development required for NG9-1-1. Progressively building on a solid foundation, attendees will come away with a better understanding of NENA’s concepts and principles of a fully NG9-1-1 PSAP environment, and the data needs to meet today’s and tomorrow’s 9-1-1 challenges.
Marc Berryman (ENP) is a Senior Project Manager for Mission Critical Partners (MCP) and has a 22-year background in GIS, working for both public- and private-sector businesses. With over 12 years of 9-1-1 operational experience, Marc brings with him an ability to deliver, in an easy-to-understand way, the complex subjects involved in GIS to NENA.
Cost: Member $199 | Non-member $275 | Outright Purchase $4,000
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