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Aug 10, 2018
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Motorola Solutions: Jennifer Mitchell highlights upcoming location-on-receive capability on ASTRO 25 systems

Jennifer Mitchell, a product manager for Motorola Solutions, explains how the company’s new location-on-receive functionality will be able to transmit the location information of all ASTRO 25 users without degrading voice performance on the network....More
Aug 9, 2018
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Televate: Joe Ross highlights features of Pinpoint app to verify carriers' local coverage, performance

Joe Ross, a partner at Televate, demonstrates some of the capabilities of Pinpoint, the company’s new software application that public-safety agencies and other entities can use to verify the local coverage and performance of mobile broadband services from FirstNet and/or commercial wireless carriers....More
Aug 9, 2018
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RapidDeploy: Steve Raucher outlines benefits of cloud-based CAD system, new AT&T relationship

RapidDeploy CEO Steve Raucher explains how the company’s cloud-based computer-aided-dispatch (CAD) was developed, how the flexible platform can benefit public safety, and the significance of RapidDeploy’s newly announced relationship with AT&T....More
Jun 21, 2018
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PSCR: K.K. Ramakrishnan, Hulya Seferoglu demo incident-management, facial recognition solutions

University of California-Riverside Professor K.K. Ramakrishnan outlines the features of the incident-management solution his research team is developing to help organize personnel assets during large response events. Hulya Seferoglu, an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, demonstrate how multiple devices can be leverage to accelerate a search based on facial-recognition technology....More
Jun 21, 2018
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NIST: Michael Ogata outlines methods, challenges for vetting security of mobile applications

Michael Ogata, a computer scientist for the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), explains how the methodology used in his Mobile Application Security Exercise (MASE) research can be used to help ensure that public-safety applications include the desired level of security....More
Jun 17, 2018
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Univ. of Oxford: Pedro Gusmao demos navigation system designed to help locate firefighters

Pedro Gusmao, a researcher at the University of Oxford in England, explains how his team is developing a algorithm that can leverage dead-reckoning technology and inertial sensors to estimate the location of a firefighter or other first responder, even when network infrastructure is not available....More
Jun 17, 2018
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Univ. of Virginia: Homa Alemzadeh, Mustafa Hotaki showcase 'Siri for first responders' to help EMS

Homa Alemzadeh and Mustafa Hotaki demonstrate how voice-recognition technology can be combined with analytics and artificial intelligence to help EMS personnel provide medical care with greater accuracy and efficiency, particular when responding to large-scale incidents....More
Jun 15, 2018
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Cornell University: Kolbeinn Karlsson explains how blockchain technology can help public safety

Kolbeinn Karlsson, an electrical and computer engineering PhD student at Cornell University, discusses his research to explore the potential use of blockchain technology—best known as a key component for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin—as a secure method for public safety to enter and access data securely in sensitive databases....More
Jun 15, 2018
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TRX Systems: Carol Politi highlights company's partnerships, deployment successes

TRX Systems President and CEO Carol Politi explains how partnerships are helping the company realize widespread deployments and notes recent developments in its location technology....More
Jun 10, 2018
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Carnegie Mellon University: Anthony Rowe showcases firefighter-location technology

Anthony Rowe, associate professor in the electrical and computer engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University, demonstrates how an incident commander could leverage ultrawideband (UWB) beacon technology to track the location of firefighters, even when there is no traditional network infrastructure available....More

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