Cracking the Code of NG911: Mastering Transitional NGCS Deployment
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Get ready to elevate your understanding of Next-Generation 911 (NG911) systems and tackle the challenges of next-generation core services (NGCS) deployment! Join us on June 27 for an exclusive and insightful webinar led by Mission Critical Partners’ (MCP) subject-matter expert, Robert Horne.
Discover the intricate details of NG911 system implementation and learn how to navigate the complexities of maintaining parallel legacy and geospatial call-routing capabilities during the transition to NG911. This is your chance to gain valuable knowledge and guidance from a renowned industry expert, helping you ensure a smooth and efficient transition for your organization.
By attending this must-attend webinar, you will:
- Enhance your understanding of the functional elements of NG911 and why it’s not a one-step solution.
- Gain crucial insights on the challenges and duration associated with maintaining parallel legacy and geospatial call-routing components during the NG911 transition.
- Uncover the truths and debunk myths about transitional-state NG911 NGCS, empowering you to make informed decisions and develop effective strategies for your organization.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from MCP’s Robert Horne and equip yourself with the knowledge and tools necessary to excel in transitional NGCS deployment. Register now and secure your spot for this event!
As a Senior Technology Specialist, ENP and GIS SME, Robert brings more than 30 years of program management experience in GIS, focusing on 911 operations, public safety, law enforcement, and intelligence. He led and managed multi-million-dollar implementations of GIS technology at the federal, state and local levels and is familiar with the process of integrating these systems and data into 911 centers, emergency operations centers, fire and police command centers, and fusion centers. Robert has supported multiple states with GIS components of nationwide public-safety broadband and NG-911 planning efforts
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