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FirstNet Wireless Broadband for Public Safety Broadband

FirstNet Wireless Broadband for Public Safety Broadband



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  • 12 individuals appointed not later than 180 days after enactment (August 2012)Appointments shall have: •Not fewer than 3 individuals to represent collective interests of States, locals, tribes, and territories •Not fewer than 3 individuals who have served as public safety professionals Appointments shall: •Seek to ensure geographical and regional representation •Seek to ensure rural and urban representation Board member shall have at least 1 of the following: •Public safety expertise – Knowledge and experience in Federal, State, local, and tribal public safety or emergency response •Technical expertise – Technical expertise regarding broadband communications, including public safety communications •Network expertise – Expertise in building, deploying, and operating commercial telecommunications networks •Financial expertise – Expertise in financing and funding telecommunications networks FirstNet must consult with regional, State, tribal, and local jurisdictions regarding the distribution and expenditures of any amounts required to carry out its responsibilities, including: Construction or access to the core network and any radio access network build out Placement of towersCoverage areas of the network, whether at the regional, State, tribal, or local levels Adequacy of hardening, security, reliability, and resiliency requirementsAssignment of priority to local usersAssignment of priority and selection of entities seeking access to use FirstNetTraining needs of local users FirstNet consultation must occur through the designated single officer or governmental body designated by each State General Duties and ObligationsDetermine uses/access to networkDevelop RFPs Promote competition in the equipment marketOpen standardsCan be used by any PS entity and by multiple vendors Backward compatibleRequire network deployment in rural areas and leverage commercial wireless infrastructureReceive payment for use of spectrum and network infrastructure owned/operated by FirstNet.Consult with States on State & Local Planning (See State & Local Below)Leverage existing commercial or other infrastructure (including Federal/State/Tribal)Roaming agreementsNetwork infrastructure and device criteriaRepresentation before standards bodiesPermanent Self-Funding; Duty to Assess & Collect User FeesNetwork User FeesLease Fees related to Network CapacityCovered Leasing Agreements: Public-Private arrangements to construct, manage, and operate the nationwide public safety broadband network between FirstNet and secondary users permit:Access to network capacity on a secondary basis for non-public safety services.Lease Fees related to Network Equipment & InfrastructureEntities seeking access to FirstNet infrastructure (e.g. towers) must pay lease fees.FirstNet fees must be sufficient/shall not exceed amount necessary to recoup total expenses of FirstNet in carrying out its duties.
  • Managing network servicesAuthenticationRoaming and mobilityPolicy enforcement, such as Quality of Service levelsRoutingNetwork Interfaces to Internet, private networks and other networkOperatorsAccounting and charging
  • No Mandatory Use, Jurisdictions will make buying decisions
  • Designated Entity by GovernorEach State shall certify a single officer or governmental body to serve as coordinator of implementation of grant funds. Also serves as point for ongoing FirstNet consultation Grant PurposeProgram shall assist State, regional, tribal, and local jurisdictions to identify and plan the most effective way to utilize and integrate the infrastructure, equipment, and other architecture associated with the nationwide PSBN Grant program requirements, including:Defining eligible costs Determining scope of eligible activities Prioritizing grants for activities that ensure coverage in rural as well as urban areasMinimum 20 percent matching requirement
  • Premise: Use technology to improve public safetyMission Integrity throughout technology driven changesIntroduce challenges across the paradigm/DHS spectrumManaging the transition “adaptation”Managing changesMinimizing disruption; financial, operational, organizationalMaximizing resources; engage and align expertise, experience, information, assetsFirst Step is getting on same page thenWorking as a teamKnowing what we can and cannot control
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FirstNet Wireless Broadband for Public Safety Broadband FirstNet Wireless Broadband for Public Safety Broadband Presentation Transcript

  • FirstNetA National Public Safety Mobile Broadband NetworkBill Price, State of Florida Division of TelecommunicationsDirector Broadband Programs Office
  • A National Vision
  • 2012 Congress ActsFebruary 2012 Board Formed • Authorized the FirstNet Authority • Assigns 20Mhz Broadband Spectrum • Up to $7B Network Funding • $135M State Planning Funding
  • • Department Commerce Appoints FirstNet Board Craig Farrill Tim Bryan Chuck Dowd Paul Fitzgerald Sam Ginn Jeff Johnson Kodiak NRTC NYC Police Sheriff Telco Exec Fire Chief NetAugust 2012 Secretary Director Board DHS OMB Formed William Keever Kevin McGinnis Ed Reynolds Susan Swenson Teri Taki Wellington Webb Telco Exec EMS Telco Exec Telco Exec Gov CIO Mayor Attorney General • NTIA Publishes State Planning Grant Program • Governor Decision on Entity leading Florida FirstNet Responsibilities
  • 2012- 2014 Board Formed • States Develop and Apply for Planning Funds • State Planning Projects & Results • FirstNet RFPs and Results to States • Governor Decision to Opt In or Out
  • National Backbone + Radio Access ServicePhase I: 2014… The Core: FirstNet4G Wireless Data Cloud Core at Data Centers: Common Shared ServicesVOIP, Video, Data for Core Network Administrative FunctionsCAD, GPS, database Evolved Packet Core: Mobility Management Entitymedical telemetry Home Subscriber Server Policy and Charging and Rules Function LTE Operation Support System Network Management System IP/MPLS Backbone DNS/DHCP/NTP Server. Networking and Security Equipment Converged Packet GatewayPhase II (5+ yrs)Mission Critical Voice ACCESS: FirstNet Radio Access Network Or States Tower Sites LTE 4G Wireless Backhaul Networks Governance Local Administration Devices Applications
  • Do You Want to Wait? Information to Rescue and to Protect GPRS 18 min CDMA 1X 11 min EDGE 6 min UMTS 3 min EV-DO 2 min 3G HSDPA 38 sec Strokes, Heart Attacks, Wrecks, 4.0 Mb in 10 SecFirstNet 4G LTE Drowning, Fires, Disasters, Crime
  • FirstNet Will be Offered as a Service Commercial Mobile FirstNet Data Designed for Mass Designed for Public SafetyVoice Priority Best effort voice delivery VOIP Phase I Design Commercial grade; 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G 4G LTE with selective reinforcement Coverage Varies by provider Limited by Funding and Assets Contributed Device Size Small form factor TBD, Consumer Small form factorDevice Battery Shorter battery life TBD, Consumer Shorter battery life Data Low to High speed data High speedAuthentication Commercial carrier authentication FirstNet carrier authentication Encryption Commercial carrier encryption FirstNet carrier encryptionPublic Safety Decision Factors:Coverage, Cost, Performance and FeaturesWill Depend on Funding , Cost and Asset ContributionsIdentified through State Planning and RFP Results
  • Mission Critical FirstNet Two Way Radio LTE 4GVoice Priority Voice optimized, prioritized over data Phase I VOIP voice delivery Design Rugged design, exacting ergonomics Commercial grade to selective reinforcement Coverage High power, expanded coverage Lower power, coverage sensitive Size Large form factor TBD, Consumer Small form factor Battery Long battery life TBD, Consumer Shorter battery lifeAudio Quality Advanced audio techniques, loud Cellular voice quality Call Control Trunked call control Digital cellular or VoIP Data Low speed (9600 bps) data High speed dataAuthentication Strict access control FirstNet carrier authentication Encryption End-to-end encryption FirstNet carrier encryptionInitially Data Only: Until Mission Critical Voice is Supported in3GPP Standard (LTE)LMR and P25 System Requirement Continues
  • State Planning GrantsBut they don’t have a way to share criminal activity… Collaborative Networks for Law Enforcement
  • State Planning GrantGovernor Designates Entity in Charge of the Project by AugustAll Stakeholders need to participate to optimize resources, lower costs, increase coverageProject Purpose:Informs and Consults with FirstNet for Service Planning and RolloutInform and Consult with Governor for Opt In or Out DecisionProject Components The Project is VERY Big1. Needs Assessments, Priorities Complex2. Inventory of Assets and Resources Local Public Safety Participation3. Asset Valuations; towers, facilities, fiber4. Statewide Wireless LTE Design5. Cost Modeling Is CRITICAL6. RFP Requirements (For Opt Out)Results for Decision Making1. % Indoor and Outdoor Coverage2. # subscribers required to cover annual operating costs3. Funding required to build to requirements4. Potential business models, partners, users ; PPP, Public5. Sustainability Requirements
  • Break Down Walls Organizational wallsCities TechnologicalCounties wallsState Bandwidth Economic wallsTribal Video, CAD (need lower cost) 911 Assets Integration Funding LMR Models P25
  • Factors to Consider Factors Opt In Opt Out User Fees FirstNet FirstNet + State Access Planning Project Coverage Phases Outcome Local Control TBD TBD Match No 20% Cash or In Kind Fed Procurement Backbone + State-Access NetworkConsiderations RAN Sustainability Fed State Access Network Governance Fed + State FED + State RAN Construction & Responsibilities Fed Sustainment Manage Contracts Fed Fed/State Negotiate Roaming Fed TBD Operations & Billing Fed Fed/State Secondary Users Fed + State Fed + State User Equipment State State
  • “Opt Out” State Builds180 days to complete RFP processState Submits Deployment Plan to FCC for ApprovalState Request Construction Funding from NTIAState Applies to NTIA to Lease SpectrumBuild and Maintain State ACCESS NetworkPays to Sustain Access (RAN) NetworkPay FirstNet Backbone FeesFunding RequirementsDemonstrateTechnical Capabilities to Operate, Fund and SupportMaintain Interoperability with FirstNetComplete Project in Timelines Comparable to FirstNetComparable Economics to FirstNetComparable Security, Coverage and QOS to FirstNet20% Match
  • Monthly Costs DriversPriorities for Coverage, Bandwidth, Hardening Assets Available Number Subscribers
  • Florida PlanningFlorida Planning
  • LMR-P25 Motorola Harris City System LMR System“FirstNet” Phase I Does NOT:Mission Critical Voice Planning for Shared P25
  • Broadband Inventory-Mapping
  • Cell Towers-FCC = 759
  • LMR-Commercial = 3038 sites
  • Private LMR = 18,922
  • Minnesota Public Safety Wireless Broadband Data Network Requirements Studyhttps://dps.mn.gov/divisions/ecn/programs/armer/Pages/studies-reports.aspxStudy Data Sheet and Overall SummarySection 1: Minnesota Public Safety Broadband User Needs AssessmentSection 2: Minnesota Public Safety Broadband Statement of Network RequirementsSection 3: Minnesota Carrier AssessmentSection 4: Minnesota Public Safety Broadband Network Implementation ModelSection 5: Minnesota Public Safety Broadband Funding and Grants Models
  • The Rise of DRONES
  • Biometrics
  • Social Surveillance