Febuary 2014 Presentations

Keynote Address: Public Safety Communication Readiness in a Broadband Age
Rear Admiral David Simpson, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Chief, Federal Communications Commission

NG9-1-1 Implementation Strategies and Considerations
Jay English, Director, Comm Center 9-1-1 Services, APCO International

Data as a Digital Asset
Allen Carr, VP-Product Development, Intrado


Public Safety Security Requirements for Mobile Apps
Jeff Bratcher, Acting Deputy CTO, FirstNet; Nelson Hastings, PSCR

Public Safety Communications Research Program Update
Nelson Hastings, PSCR

The World is Changing – Data is Everywhere: Proactive Policing through the Real-Time Crime Center
Jason Hutchens, Solution Sales Engagement Manager – Motorola Pubic Safety (Central Region)

Tech Talks, Day 1

Convergence of Wireless Communications in Public Safety
Andrew M. Seybold, CEO and Principal Consultant, Andrew Seybold, Inc.

Thursday, February 27

First Net Update
Richard Reed, FirstNet Director of State Plans

Broadband and the Future User Experience
Richard Coupland, Director, Public Safety Market Development, General Dynamics C4 Systems

The Use of Emerging Technologies in Emergency Management
Alan Harris, Emergency Manager, Seminole Cty, FL; Tad Stone, Director of Public Safety, Seminole Cty, FL

Behind the Magic: Public Safety Technology at Reedy Creek Improvement District
Chief Robert A. Mitchell, Assistant Fire Chief for Emergency Services Operations, Emergency Manager and Command Technology Specialist for the Reedy Creek Improvement District

Public Safety Communications in the Digital Age
The Honorable Ajit Pai, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

Tech Talks, Day 2

Creating the Most Effective Apps for Public Safety
Mark Reddish, Governament Relations Associate, APCO International

Scott Agnew, Director of Market Development – Public Safety Solutions, AT&T
Don Denning, Public Safety CIO, City of Boston