What are the most important issues when it comes to connecting the Internet with First Responders?

IWCE has launched a new, one-day event to take a look into the vast array of the Internet of Life Saving Things. Taking place May 14th in Santa Clara, CA, IWCE's IoT Saving Lives will be co-located with IoT World. In honor of IoT Day, we've put together this quick poll to get your thoughts on the challenges this emerging technology will face. 

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Anonymous
on May 2, 2018

I think that all the poll bullet topics are of equal significance (Devices and Sensors maybe least important of the selections), however in my daily work at a Motorola Distributor in a medium-sized market (plus the previous job/s at large markets) I see that the Public Safety users are having difficulty grasping the concept of needing Internet connectivity in their roles as a First Responders. They either have fairly reliable 7/800 P25 networks, or are small / rural users that rely on Grant Funds and are challenged with getting any kind of current two-way equipment.

Anonymous
on Apr 10, 2018

It is essential that we have the ability to share confidential information, but at the same time, be sure it is only delivered to or "seen" by the intended recipients.

Anonymous
on Apr 10, 2018

Reliability otta be the most important issue, but we all know that a significant cyber security event would undermine the system in the eyes of the users so badly that it might never be trusted again

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