Tremendous strides have been made in public-safety communications in recent years, as evidenced by the creation of FirstNet—which has been tasked with building the nation’s first coast-to-coast broadband network for first responders—and the progress made in the development of the next-generation 911 architecture. Yet we still have many significant technology gaps, with the most significant being situational awareness and first-responder location information. Earlier this ...

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