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Staying Connected in Complex Emergencies: Models with Public Safety, FirstNet and Sierra Wireless
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Staying Connected in Complex Emergencies: Models with Public Safety, FirstNet and Sierra Wireless

In these unprecedented times, public safety officials, healthcare workers, school administrators, and communications providers are cooperating like never before. Connectivity, interoperability, and coverage play a key role in smooth and coordinated mitigation efforts. Learn how your community can benefit from the experiences and stories written every day from across the country, as staying connected becomes increasingly more attainable with a powerful network and the tools to optimize its use.

4/23/2020
When: Thursday, April 23, 2020
9:00 Pacific/10:00 Mountain/11:00 Central/12:00 Eastern
Where: ONLINE WEBINAR
United States

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Sustaining Connectivity During Compounding Emergencies: Collaboration Models Between Public Safety, FirstNet & Sierra Wireless

Thursday, April 23, 2020 9:00 am PDT, 10:00 am MDT, 11:00 am CDT, 12:00 pm EDT

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In these unprecedented times, public safety officials, healthcare workers, school administrators, and communications providers are cooperating like never before. Connectivity, interoperability, and coverage play a key role in smooth and coordinated mitigation efforts. Learn how your community can benefit from the experiences and stories that are being written every day from across the country, as staying connected becomes increasingly more attainable with a powerful network and the tools to optimize its use.

 

Moderator

Division Chief Martha Ellis, Executive Director for the Public Safety Broadband Technology Association

Chief Ellis has twenty-three years’ experience as a wildland and structural firefighter. She served as the Salt Lake City Fire Marshal for over 5-years and concluded her career as the Division Chief over the Logistics, Emergency Management, and the Fire Intelligence Liaison programs. She holds an Associate’s degree in Fire Science, a Masters in Homeland Security from the Naval Postgraduate School, a Graduate certificate in Conflict Resolution and Mediation and a Masters in Legal Studies from the S.J. Quinney School of Law and the University of Utah.

 

 

Speakers

Eldon Mast, Sierra Wireless

As a former Firefighter and Paramedic, Eldon Mast focuses much of his current efforts on enabling Enhanced 911 and FirstNet services as they transform the first-responder safety and effectiveness landscape. Sierra Wireless solutions and interoperability roadmaps provide agencies with unprecedented cellular coverage mapping, client-less Federal grade security, and tight control/management/analytics of their mobility technologies. Roll-out of Public safety grade pervasive connectivity in and around public safety response vehicles is Eldon’s current passion.

 

 

Brian Swoger, Sierra Wireless

As a global manager for Sierra’s pre-sales engineering, Brian Swoger focuses on security and design of IoT networks with FirstNet mobility components.  With over 20 years of experience designing and overseeing large scale LAN, WAN, and mobile network communications solutions, Brian guides the Public Safety community and Fortune 50 companies daily to optimize their network operations for peak security and business continuity.

 

 

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