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Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
Denver FirstNet Presentation 5-2013
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  • 1. Vision for the FutureRegional WorkshopMay 21, 2013Jeffrey D. Johnson, Chief (Ret.)CEO Western Fire Chiefs AssociationActing Customer Advocacy OfficerFirstNet Board MemberCraig FarrillActing CTOFirstNet Board Member
  • 2. VISION AND GUIDING PRINCIPLESLEARNING FROM PUBLIC SAFETYRESEARCH AND ANALYSISPROJECT PHASESREALITY CHECKTHE STATE & LOCAL CONSULTATION PROCESSCLOSEWhat We’ll CoverTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 2
  • 3. What is the vision of FirstNet?Tuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 3
  • 4. To provide emergency responders with thefirst nationwide, high-speed, wirelessbroadband network dedicated to public safetyTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 4
  • 5. FirstNet will work toward supporting first responders wherevertheir need is.DCThat includes3,252 countiesacross 50 states and6 commonwealths/territories.NorthernMarianaIslandsPuerto Rico Virgin Islands American Samoa GuamVISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLESTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 5
  • 6. FirstNet will provide dedicated spectrum, a single technology andfunding to create a nationwide network dedicated to public safety.VISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLESPublic SafetyGrade• Reliable• Hardened• Redundant• SecurityPublic SafetyEffectiveness• Dynamic Priority Access• Force MultiplierPublic SafetyApplications• 4G data for video and web• Non mission-critical voiceTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 6
  • 7. • Fastest data speeds• A bigger pipe• Field-tested across thecountry• Global technology standard• Being adopted as a standardfor public safety• Non-mission critical voice4G LTE: A Proven Next Generation TechnologyVISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLESTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 7
  • 8. • Public safety will rely on LMR for mission-critical voice for many years• FirstNet can be co-located on existing LMR infrastructure• Sharing infrastructure will keep costs down and enhance coverage• Our goal is to allow voice to pass between the two networksFirstNet Will Augment LMRVISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLESTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 8
  • 9. What will it cost?VISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLESTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 9
  • 10. 5.4MillionLawEnforcement730kCorrectionalOfficers/Jailors475kFire972kEMS840kHospitals57k Dispatch97kEmergencyManagers11kDepartmentofJustice/Homeland Security200kCoast Guard92kRecreationalProtectiveSvc.122kUtilities596kSecurityGuards360kPublic Health47kTransportation &Public Works330k ArmyNationalGuard452kSaturday, May 25, 2013 10FirstNet has the potential to support a broadly defined set ofpublic safety users.VISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLES
  • 11. • There are many unanswered questions. Each will get an answer over time,and we’ll start down that path today.• The purpose of this workshop is to start to learn about your needs and toshare with you what we’ve been researching and thinking about.• Let’s get started…Tuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 11Our goal is to build a nationwide network.VISION & GUIDING PRINCIPLES
  • 12. LEARNING FROMPUBLIC SAFETYThe Foundation of our PlanningTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 12
  • 13. will:• Build on the foundation of early work done bypublic safety groups• Seek vendors who will meet or exceed theserequirements• Broaden the requirements to increaseflexibility and decrease costsNPSTC Requirements # of Req’sUser Services 312Network Services 209Transport Requirements 154System Design 66User Equipment 60Local OperationsSupport157Migration and Evolution 60Governance 10Policies and Procedures 94FCC Minimum InteropabilitySpecifications# of Req’sRequirements (Must) 46Considerations (Should) 55Interfaces (Architectural) 11Recommended InterfacesRequirements9Public Safety Input To Date: More than 1,300 RequirementsTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 13WHAT WE’VE LEARNED FROM PUBLIC SAFETY SO FAR
  • 14. BTOP Grantees1. Adams County, CO2. Charlotte, NC3. Mississippi4. LA-RICS (Los Angeles)5. Bay-RICS (San Francisco)6. New Jersey7. New MexicoPortsHarris County, TXFirstNet Pilot Projects* will provide broad learning opportunities.Tuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 14FUTURE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES1632547Port* Seven current BTOP projects, and Texas• International interference• Operational issues• Applications
  • 15. • Sites represent a substantial opportunity to demonstrate criticalFirstNet functionality – starting in 2013.• The FirstNet Board is negotiating a Spectrum Manager LeaseAgreement (SMLA) with each of the seven BTOP grantees and recentlyauthorized negotiations with Texas for the Harris County Project.• FirstNet will work collaboratively with the pilot participants on “keylearning areas” and share information with other projects, FirstNetand the public safety community.Learning from Pilot Project ExperiencesTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 15FUTURE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
  • 16. REALITY CHECKTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 16
  • 17. PERCEPTION REALITYPublic safety may have to give up autonomy andcontrol.FirstNet will be a nationwide platform; Publicsafety sets rules locally.Public safety will lose management of devices,users and talk groups.Public safety will maintain local management.FirstNet will cost too much to build and operate.FirstNet has substantial opportunities to partner tolower construction and operating costs.States can use FirstNet spectrum to generaterevenue.Fees from the use of FirstNet spectrum must , bylaw, be reinvested to build, operate, maintain, andimprove the network.FirstNet will replace LMR networks. FirstNet will augment LMR for many years.FirstNet has already begun designing the network.FirstNet is in the research and analysis phase andmust have input from states and territories todesign the network…let the workshop begin.FirstNet exists to serve public safety.PERCEPTIONS, REALITIES AND THE FUTURETuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 17
  • 18. FirstNet was created by public safety, for public safety.LET HISTORY, AND THE PRESENT, REMIND USTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 18• Public safety foughtfor D-Block.• Legislation was avictory born of thateffort.• It established a pathfor a dedicatednetwork.• It set up its owngovernance boardwith public safety.• Board members• PSAC
  • 19. Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) activities• 40+ member organization• Executive Committee had a two-daybriefing with FirstNet technical teamin March• Executive committee will meetmonthly for updates with theGeneral Manager• Outreach for conferences• Handling specific projectsDEDICATED TO PUBLIC SAFETYTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 19
  • 20. Input and RequirementsSTATE & LOCALCONSULTATIONPROCESSTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 20
  • 21. Workshops are just the start.STATE CONSULTATION PROCESSTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 21FirstNet will continue to consult with the states, tribes, territories and localities untilwe have the information we need to develop state network build-out plans.Activities WhenNationwide, Regional Workshops May – June 2013Individual State Meetings Beginning June 2013Data Gathering Commencing with Phase 2 SLIGPFunds Release
  • 22. • Only what’s needed: The data request will be structured to be as efficient aspossible.• What is needed: FirstNet requires input and requirements from state, localand tribal entities to prepare network plans for state review. Examplesinclude:• Architecture of an evolved packet core and radio access network• Required coverage areas of the network• Hardening, security, reliability, and resiliency requirements• Assignment of priority users and selection of secondary users• Training needs• Availability of assets that may be utilizedInformation and data needed.STATE CONSULTATION PROCESSTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 22
  • 23. • Funding: State and Local Implementation Grant Program (SLIGP) funds willenable states to plan and collect data for the nationwide public safetybroadband network.• Ability to preview the data elements: FirstNet will share preliminary dataneeds with workshop participants for state feedback. The FirstNet team willuse these consultations to finalize a full data request supporting the formalSLIGP effort.• Time to prepare: FirstNet anticipates releasing the full data requestsometime during the summer of 2013.• Additional tools and support: DHS Office of Emergency Communications hasplanning tools and some previously collected data that states can choose touse upon request.Resources and help.STATE CONSULTATION PROCESSTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 23
  • 24. • The SLIGP program runs for three years. FirstNet anticipates a significant amount ofdata will be collected early in the process.• SLIGP Phase 2 is tentatively scheduled to start shortly after Phase 1.STATE CONSULTATION PROCESSTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 24FIXING
  • 25. Tuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 25In the future, a vibrant developer community contributing usefulapps for first responders.RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS• TODAY: work with developers toshowcase existing and new apps• FUTURE• All apps would be 100% vetted byFirstNet prior to availability• FirstNet will define newstandards:• Performance• Security• Identity management, etc.• Work to build a developercommunity with expertise inpublic safety needs
  • 26. PROJECT PHASESTimeline and Gating ItemsTuesday May 21, 2013 For Official Use Only 26

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