How to Leverage Radio System Management as a Service
Once a new or upgraded radio system, siren system or distributed antenna system is operational, it must be managed and maintained. This requires a considerable time investment and an equally considerable amount of expertise and experience. This webinar will examine how radio system management as a service can ease the burden.
Attendees will learn:
- How to manage and maintain their new radio system
- How to track subscriber radio inventory
- Track and maintain inventory of spare parts, and procure when needed
- How to coordinate system updates
- How to Identify needed system upgrades and feature enhancements
- How to make sure their vendors are fulfilling their contractual obligations
- How to conduct a well planned and executed preventive maintenance
- And More
Register for the webinar using the form provided below.
Speaker: Scott Neal, Vice President, Director of Wireless Services
Scott brings over three decades of wireless communications experience to MCP. Scott retired in 2015 after completing a 28-year career with the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). Since joining MCP in 2015, he has served as project manager on multiple projects and was the lead consultant supporting multiple states in the planning effort for the nationwide public safety broadband network. He currently leads a team of 23 professional consultants who specialize in supporting our client’s mission critical wireless networks.
Speaker: Nick Falgiatore, Senior Technology Specialist
Nick is a Senior Technology Specialist for Mission Critical Partners and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Florida, Tennessee, and North Carolina. As a public safety radio and wireless specialist, Nick has served more than 50 public safety clients ranging in size from small municipalities to state agencies. His experience encompasses all aspects associated with the implementation of public safety communications systems, including needs assessments, system procurements and implementation engineering support. His expertise also includes FCC licensing and will support any required licensing support. Nick holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and is also a licensed Professional Engineer.
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