PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, November 09, 2018
APCO's Emerging Technology Forum wrapped up after two full days of presentations from leading public safety and technology experts before an audience from the Pittsburgh area and across the country.

The Forum was another opportunity for attendees to learn about cutting edge issues and network with other industry experts and public safety communications professionals. With major drivers of broadband capabilities such as FirstNet and NG9-1-1 quickly progressing, being knowledgeable of the latest issues has never been more important. Read more.
Call for speakers is in full swing for APCO 2019, APCO International’s Annual Conference & Expo, being held in Baltimore, MD, August 11-14. This event draws thousands of leaders in the public safety communications community. We invite you to submit session ideas that will create an extraordinary experience for our attendees. Find out more and submit your proposal today. All proposals are due by December 18, 2018.
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Industry News
EMSWorld Growing concern for safety among the public is driving expectations for greater use of surveillance technology.
LightReading An industry consultant argues that taking advantage of existing networks will quickly improve lifesaving first-response communications.
The Mandarin Australia models its new national emergency communications network on FirstNet, the U.S. public safety telecommunications network.
Contact Center World Fayetteville Police Department and Cumberland County Emergency Management has had the texting service since 2014, and the region will upgrade its 9-1-1 system again in 2019 as it converts Next Generation 9-1-1 technology.
The LaGrange Daily News Troup County 9-1-1 employees responded to a request for the Georgia Telecommunicator Emergency Response Taskforce (TERT) to help Miller-Baker E9-1-1. Hurricane Michael left 96 percent of residents without power.
Training Schedule Update
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