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GIS and NG911

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GIS and NG911

  1. 1. Don Dittmar – Waukesha County WLIA Fall Regional 2012
  2. 2. 1) I don’t know nearly enough about NG9-1-1 to do this presentation.2) I have never let not knowing what I’m talking about stop me before and I am not going to start today.
  3. 3. 2012 NENA / URISA Addressing Conference Memphis TN Aug 6th, 2012“GIS & Next Generation 9-1-1 for the PSAP” workshop Otherwise known as: “We’re tired of kicking around the telephone companies and want to kick around GIS people for a while!”
  4. 4. NENA serves the public safety community as the onlyprofessional organization solely focused on 9-1-1policy, technology, operations, and education issues. Withmore than 7,000 members in 48 chapters across NorthAmerica and around the globe, NENA promotes theimplementation and awareness of 9-1-1 and internationalthree-digit emergency communications systems.NENA works with public policy leaders; emergency servicesand telecommunications industry partners; like-mindedpublic safety associations; and other stakeholder groups todevelop and carry out critical programs and initiatives; tofacilitate the creation of an IP-based Next Generation 9-1-1system; and to establish industry leadingstandards, training, and certifications.
  5. 5. URISA - The Association for GIS Professionals - isa leading provider of learning and knowledge for theGIS community. URISA connects great ideas and greatpeople to inspire leadership and achievement. Westrive to provide exceptional educationalexperiences, a vibrant and connected community, andthe essential resources you need to be successful inyour career.
  6. 6. VISION:An evolved, fully-functional, Next Generation 9-1-1 system that is accessible anytime, anywhere, from any device
  7. 7. Current and new `calling’ devices Text – IM, SMS, PDAs, other non-voice devices Wireless – WiFi, WiMAX, improved cellular interface, hybrid (cellular/WiFi) Sensors – environmental, alarms, biometric Video, still and motionWide spectrum of users, emergency support needs Deaf and hard of hearing, speech impaired Non-english speaking callers Constantly increasing mobile users – location challenges
  8. 8. NG9-1-1 is a system comprised of hardware, software, data and operational policies and procedures to: provide interfaces from call and message services process emergency calls and non-voice (multi-media) messages acquire and integrate additional data useful to call routing and handling deliver the calls/messages and data to the appropriate PSAPs and appropriate emergency entities support data and communications needs for coordinated incident response and managementThe basic building blocks required for NG9-1-1 are: Emergency Services IP Network (ESInet) International Standards Compliant IP Functions Software Services/Applications Data Bases and Data Management Security Human Processes
  9. 9. NG9-1-1 is a system comprised of hardware, software, data and operational policies and procedures to: provide interfaces from call and message services process emergency calls and non-voice (multi-media) messages acquire and integrate additional data useful to call routing and handling deliver the calls/messages and data to the appropriate PSAPs and appropriate emergency entities support data and communications needs for coordinated incident response and managementThe basic building blocks required for NG9-1-1 are: Emergency Services IP Network (ESInet) International Standards Compliant IP Functions Software Services/Applications Data Bases and Data Management Security Human Processes
  10. 10. Call Routing Facility ANI-ALIPhone Phone Number,Number Address and ESN Master Street Address Guide (MSSG)
  11. 11. Phase 1: X-Y of Cell TowerPhase 2: X-Y of Cell PhoneFollows call (5-10 seconds)
  12. 12. Emergency Service Zone (ESZ): Used to Identify PSAP Law Fire 3127 EMSEmergency Service Number (ESN): Identifies Responders
  13. 13. Location Call with Aware Address ContentPoint Address ESZ Maps ESN Maps Validation (Assign URI) Add X-Y PSAP
  14. 14. Current system handles only voice Texting VoIP Video AlarmsAbility to better send Calls to correct PSAPAbility to Reroute calls in emergence
  15. 15. Governance (URI assignment)Technology – Hardware Software Speed of obtaining X-YLack of Priority in systemCostData
  16. 16. 1. Standards This Year2. Governance and Funding Next 2 years3. Implementation Wait for it….. 5-10 Years!
  17. 17. Thank You Don Dittmar, ManagerWaukesha County Land Information System Division

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