P25 for the Future
Now Available On Demand
Project 25 (P25) remains critically important to public safety users. With over 2800 systems on the air and 42 State-wide Networks, its continued evolution with new standards, capabilities and applications will be relevant, even as FirstNet and other public safety broadband networks roll out. In this WEBINAR, hear how P25 is adapting and interworking to meet the changing technology marketplace. Hear what’s new…..Hear what is coming…..Hear how it will help you.
This session will offer a view of what has recently been completed and what is ahead for the P25 Suite of Standards. Details of what new capabilities and applications will be available this year and in the future will be shared. The key benefits of Project 25 as a Public Safety Grade communications technology will be defined. The Project 25 Technology Interest Group (PTIG) full library of P25 resources and whitepapers including P25 System lists and P25 product and services suppliers will be included.
Many are asking “What Interworking will be available between my P25 system and the new LTE MCPTT Systems? To that end, a view of future Interworking Standards between P25 LMR systems and Public Safety LTE Systems will be covered by Catalyst. In addition, many are asking “How can I test P25 radio signals and coverage inside buildings and structures. The latest P25 Testing technology applications will be offered by PCTEL. The P25 Digital Fixed Station Interface (DFSI) can maximize integration with data-driven technologies like video, MCPTT, and AVL over LTE networks. A description of what Quality of Service means in the context of P25 and LTE and discuss what performance metrics may be most important will be covered by Zetron.
Questions answered by the WEBINAR.
• What are included in the latest P25 Standards Updates and What is coming in the future?
• What Interworking will be available between my P25 system and the new LTE Systems?
• What new P25 Testing technology is available including “In-building” Coverage and regulatory considerations?
• What does Quality of Service looks like in P25 LMR and LTE networks and why is it important for your agency to control it?
Stephen Nichols – Moderator
Project 25 Technology Interest Group (PTIG)
Director, Business Development
Robert Kwapisz, P.Eng
Product Manager – LMR Solutions
Catalyst Communications Technologies