Camarillo, CA, June 05, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- VPI, the premier global provider of Next Generation 9-1-1 ready recording, quality assurance and workforce optimization solutions for emergency service providers, government agencies and enterprises, announced today that company experts on public safety technology will be presenting on the critical topic of preparing for Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) at the upcoming National Emergency Number Association (NENA) conference in Indianapolis, Indiana on June 7th at 2:45 PM and during the NG Showcase on June 8th at 11:15 AM. Experts from VPI will also be on hand to answer questions throughout the conference in VPI’s booth #1008 in the exhibit hall.
Attendees will learn how their organizations will be affected by emerging NG 9-1-1 standards and how to quickly become compliant with these constantly evolving regulations. Due to strong attendee feedback and popular demand, VPI will be presenting NG 9-1-1 education sessions at several regional NENA and APCO conferences throughout North America in 2010.
During VPI’s presentation, “Preparing for Next-Generation 9-1-1: Best Practices for Incident Recording, Management and Quality Assurance in a Multimedia World” attendees are invited to question whether they are ready for NG 9-1-1. They are then shown how to quickly and easily become NG 9-1-1 compliant in order to effectively capture, re-create and assess incidents in today’s world of multimedia and IP communications.
New Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and cellular communications have changed the way the world communicates. They provide incredible potential to improve the speed and accuracy of response to emergency incidents in order to save lives and property. Unfortunately, most of today’s public safety agencies are not able to fully receive and respond to today’s VoIP and cellular communications, nor can they effectively record, share or evaluate vital data across emergency response units, counties or states. This is why migration to new IP-based NG 9-1-1 systems is crucial to the future of public safety and emergency response.
VPI’s training course will be presented by Patrick Botz, an expert in the field of public safety communications, who will discuss:
- How you can quickly and easily embrace and leverage the latest changes in public safety emergency communications.
- How to prepare for NG 9-1-1 initiatives and develop a roadmap for success.
- The long-term benefits of a more flexible, open, non-proprietary, and secure recording system architecture to support the implementation of an interoperable 9-1-1 system.
- How to effectively monitor and manage the impact of changes on the quality of call taker and dispatcher communications.
- How faster access to more comprehensive information will enable you to effectively re-create, evaluate, and share entire incidents consisting of voice and data from multiple communications channels, devices and applications.
- Ways to streamline aggregation and sharing of data, resources, procedures, and standards to improve emergency response while lowering costs.
- How to ensure that your communications recording system will be able to support your evolving NG 9-1-1 environment.