Motorola Solutions offers a variety of complimentary on-demand training courses on critical communications topics. Recorded sessions are available to you anywhere, anytime from any web-enabled device. Our on-demand training allows you to focus on the topics you need NOW.Below is the line-up of the demonstrations you can expect at the VESTA Speedway booth.
How do we maximize the value of NG9-1-1 beyond what Next Generation offers from a technical perspective? In other words – how do we ensure the needs of Calltakers in the Next Generation PSAP are met so we do indeed gain the true value of NG9-1-1?
In this three-part series we show PSAPs how to ‘clear the fog’ and move to the i3 environment in a way that makes sense for your center and your budget. We layout the steps, simply and logically, that are necessary to migrate from legacy to Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1). We also present the activities associated with each step so you have a pragmatic way to approach NG9-1-1 implementation from a planning and an investment perspective.
In our first session, we looked at the first 3 steps in the 9 step process which are the foundation for the NG9-1-1 engine.
In our second session, we took a deeper dive and examined:
In our final session, we took a look at:
Our goal is to make the migration to NG9-1-1 as easy for you as possible and help you “clear the fog.” After watching the webinar series you can download Clear the Fog - A Fresh Look to Help You Create Your Plan for NG9-1-1. This document offers a new way to think about how to move from where you are today to the i3 environment in a way that makes sense for your center and your budget. The checklists from each session which are simple tools help you plan for NG9-1-1 and for budgeting upcoming changes
In this webinar we share how have we been implementing NG9-1-1 at this point and what is coming down the road. The infrastructure build out, what the impact will be on the user interface, what to expect for multi-media data to the desktop and greater data handling capabilities.
In this session, we took a look at:
When catastrophic events occur, what do you count on? What makes the difference for you? Listen as Teresa Mendoza from San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department and Kristy Taylor and Jerod Hatfield from Washington County 9-1-1 explain what made the difference for them during two of worst events to hit their community.
The Flood and the Call for Help is a three part webinar series, based on the flood in Washington County, Texas. The series demonstrates how you can use the VESTA® solutions to respond with power and confidence to the citizens you serve.
Whether you are a PSAP Supervisor, Manager, Calltaker or IT Manager, this series offers great training for everyone. It’s essentially a mini training course, based on a real-life scenario, that will increase your PSAP’s effectiveness in using the VESTA system.
Our first session - featuring VESTA® 9 1-1 and VESTA® SMS demonstrates how to:
Our second session - featuring VESTA® Map and VESTA® Alert demonstrates how to:
Our final session - featuring VESTA® Analytics demonstrates:
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As you know, Emergency Notification technology is a key component within your toolset for responding to public safety emergencies. Many emergency managers adopt a three-phased approach for managing public safety emergencies (prepare, respond, recover)
This training provides best practices and emphasizes the need to adopt a holistic perspective toward your emergency notification program.
Having the right plan to deliver the critical information throughout the lifecycle of a public safety incident, as you know, is the ball game. In this session you have the advantage of hearing about the real world experiences from organizations that apply their best practices for ensuring the safety of their citizens through the use of Emergency Notification technology.
What you gain: A fresh look at how to manage the lifecycle of an incident affecting Group, Team and Employee Notification.
NG9-1-1 and GIS can be quite the alphabet soup! Join us for a live enacting of the NG9-1-1 call flow, as we present a fun and easy way to understand GIS and i3 elements. Prepare to learn and laugh as we provision GIS data to the NG9-1-1 network, validate a location, and geospatially route a call. You will see NG9-1-1 and GIS in a whole new way!
Diana is an Motorola Solutions Solutions Engineer for NG9-1-1 Core Services. She joined the home of VESTA® team in 2012, bringing her ten plus years of rich experience in Public Safety, specifically in GIS for 9-1-1 and Emergency Preparedness GIS creating elegant maps that responders could trust and rely on.
Diana earned an interdisciplinary Bachelor's of Science degree in Soil and Water Science from the University of Florida and is a graduate of URISA's GIS Leadership Academy. Currently Diana is an active member of several past and current NENA Workgroups focusing on GIS and NG9-1-1 including the NG9-1-1 GIS Data Model, Site/Structure Address Point, Forest Guide; and ECRF/LVF Provisioning Workgroups. Recently Diana was selected to be a Co-Chair of the new NENA Workgroup GIS Data Stewardship for NG9-1-1.
Her knowledge, dedication and commitment to Public Safety is inspiring.
This session helps PSAPs clear the fog and offers a brand new look at how to develop a manageable strategy to full Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1). The 9 Steps to NG9-1-1- defines the diverse stages that must occur along with the specific activities and benefits for each stage. PSAPs walk away feeling they are more in control of what they need to do to move from a legacy E9-1-1 system to NG9-1-1 in a timeframe that works for their center and budget.
Leading a team of highly experienced solutions architects, Michael is responsible for Motorola Solutions' next generation 9-1-1 enterprise systems, network design and engineering. Since joining Motorola Solutions in 2000, Michael has served in leadership roles on the company’s largest and most complex projects.
But leadership is nothing new for Michael who had 23 years of public safety experience before coming to Airbus as the Director of Technical Services for the City of Boston’s EMS.
He was also appointed by the governor as a founding member of the Massachusetts Statewide Emergency Telecommunications Board, where he was instrumental in the development and implementation of the state's first Enhanced 911 technical and operational standards and the deployment of Massachusetts’ 268 public access safety points.
Michael been a member of the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) since 1987, serving as president of the Massachusetts NENA chapter and Board of Officers. Michael was awarded the E911 Institute's Industry Professional Award in 2008. He has also been an active member of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International (APCO) since 1986 and received APCO’s highest membership honor in 2001 and the APCO Presidential Award for 2008 and 2009.
Michael has the unique ability to always understand customers' needs, desires and the best way to help them achieve their goals. There is no doubt you are in good hands with Michael.
We look forward to seeing you. Please send any questions to VESTAMarketing@airbus-dscomm.com