2018 APCO International Conference

DON’T GAMBLE WITH QUALITY OF YOUR GIS!  BE A WINNER AND VISIT US AT BOOTH 1209

Accurate GIS data is important throughout 9-1-1 emergency response!  Stop by our booth to learn how we can help with your unique GIS needs and how you can make your jurisdiction a star by utilizing our GIS data management applications to create accurate public safety GIS data.  These applications empower you to:

  • Supercharge your GIS data validation process utilizing GeoComm GIS Data Hub. This GIS data management solution provides GIS data insights to help 9-1-1 authorities achieve public safety grade GIS.  GIS Data Hub validates and reports on GIS data quality for 9-1-1, Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) and Computer Aided Dispatch Mapping (CAD).
  • Tackle common GIS obstacles with our proven Assess, Improve, and Maintain process. This process is an effective and streamlined approach for understanding GIS data requirements for NG9-1-1 and tackling your GIS data issues.
  • Decrease the time and effort needed to build and maintain high quality GIS data for public safety use through GeoComm Maintainer ArcGIS Desktop. This GIS data management tool enables efficient updates to GIS data layers, such as road centerline layers, address point layers, Master Street Address Guide (MSAG) by utilizing automated tools designed specifically for developing and maintaining GIS data.

In our booth you can also learn more about the importance of indoor location accuracy in 9-1-1 emergency response.  As more and more people rely on mobile phones as their primary phone service the need for mobile and indoor location accuracy is increasingly important.  GeoComm is at the forefront of indoor mapping.  Our mapping applications address this challenge, aiding in making 9-1-1 indoor caller location a reality.

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EXHIBIT HOURS

Monday, August 6
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 7
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

STOP BY OUR CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

Finding a New Route With Wireless Caller Geolocation
Monday, August 6 from 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

9-1-1 calls from wireless phones get delivered to PSAPs based on the association with the cell site sector and verified using traffic plans. This can be a challenge for 9-1-1, especially where the paths and systems have been in place for nearly 50 years. However, because 80% of all 9-1-1 calls nationally are now coming from wireless phones, 9-1-1 must look at ways that proper selection of a PSAP by a location can occur. This session will discuss how these wireless calls can be routed more accurately using modern smartphone location services on an NG9-1-1 network by leveraging data from the NG911 Clearinghouse and the GIS-based Emergency Call Routing Function (ECRF).

 

 

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