Next-Generation Communications: What Does it Mean to You?

For quite a while, the public-safety community has been excited about the prospects of next generation communicatios technologies that will leverage broadband systems. On a high level, first responders understand that such communications will greatly improve their ability to serve and protect, and at the same time keep them safer. This four part series will provide a ground-level view of next generation communications for public safety, as industry experts examine the specifics of where we are today, what will be possible in the future for first responders, PSAPs and our communities, and most importantly, what needs to occur to make the vision a reality.

Part 4: Community Focus

Part 4 will examine how next generation communications technologies will enable the public safety sector to communicate with citizens in new and exciting ways—for example, incident-reporting applications and geo-tagged emergency alerts. Such abilities not only will keep constituents safer and calmer, but also will improve the relationship that governments have with those they serve.

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