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NDC Session Overview. Pete Eggimann, DSC Co-Chair Jim Shepard, DSC Co-Chair NENA: The 9-1-1 Association. NG9-1-1 PSAP Requirements & Standards. What “ i3” interfaces can be reused by PSAP elements? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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NDC Session OverviewPete Eggimann, DSC Co-ChairJim Shepard, DSC Co-Chair

NENA: The 9-1-1 AssociationNENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, FloridaNENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida1NG9-1-1 PSAP Requirements & StandardsWhat i3 interfaces can be reused by PSAP elements?What new interfaces will be required, and what existing interface standards might be candidates?How might NG9-1-1 systems differ from their contemporary counterparts, and how will this drive the standards that will be created?

Mon. 10:15 12:00Caribbean IIINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida2The session will review the published NG9-1-1 PSAP Requirements document and the Standards that will be generated.

Review and discuss the PSAP Operational Requirements of an NG9-1-1 system and begin discussions regarding Standards needed before products meeting operational needs are deployed.Emergency Notification for People with Disabilities Identify best practices in formatting emergency information.Route messages so that they will reach every device in the affected area promptly.Disseminate messages to anyone that registers to receive messages on a timely basis. Identify steps needed to make information about resources disseminated by cooperating agencies accessible to people with disabilities.Develop websites as primary resource for supplemental information for those using computers as well as mobile devices.Mon. 10:15 12:00Caribbean IVNENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida3Attendees will review the options and protocols for disseminating emergency alerts and information to people with disabilities especially people with hearing loss and low vision or blindness.

Federal laws and rulings will be included. Disaster events are increasing. Options for sending out emergency alerts and information are expanding; however, are they accessible for people with disabilities especially with hearing loss and low vision or blindness.

The information document is in progress and it needs your review & input to ensure that emergency entities send out notices appropriately, as well as on some issues and recommendations.

Implementation of NG9-1-1 Civic Location Data Standard Is the usage or implementation of any elements unclear? What issues are attendees experiencing when trying to implement the CLDXF standard?Participants will get an overview of the CLDXF standard including discussion of differences between CLDXF and the FGDC standardFacilitators will discuss their experience implementing the standard and its pros and cons Mon. 10:15 12:00Boca I & IINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida4Attendees will be provided with examples of how the CLDXF standard can and should be applied to existing or new GIS addressing databases.

Cross comparison with Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) will also be demonstrated, including an update on potential impacts based on ongoing FGDC work. Emergency Incident Data Document (EIDD) Transfer Protocols Review the status of the EIDD ANSDiscuss whether query mechanisms for specific EIDDs should be supported (All EIDDs related to a specific Incident Tracking ID, all EIDDs in a geographic area, All EIDDs meeting user specified criteria, etc.) and which FEs should support the queries.Review available EIDD transport mechanisms

Mon. 2:15 3:00Caribbean IIINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida5Now that the EIDD is well on its way to becoming an American National Standard, session participants will: Review and discuss the current status of the Emergency Incident Data DocumentDiscuss whether Queries for specific EIDDs should be supportedReview and discuss available alternative for transporting EIDDs from one FE to another. Texting to 9-1-1 Education When should we (9-1-1 community) announce text service in our areas? How do we educate decision makers/elected officials about interim text service?How do we educate the public on which carriers are deployed?Budgeting for public education when/how do we budget?

Mon. 1:15 3:00Caribbean IVNENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida6This session will review how the general public is being educated about the new interim SMS text-to-9-1-1 service in different communities and create a recommended consistent public awareness plan.

This session will also review text-to-9-1-1 early adopter case studies and begin creating consistent messages for use by all 9-1-1 Authorities to manage public expectations as they deploy text-to-9-1-1.

NG9-1-1 Additional Data Associated with a Call, Location or Caller Is there adequate understanding of the information carried within Additional Call, Caller, and Location, including how they are expected to be used together and separately?Is the guidance provided in the Additional Data Standard, i3 LTD, and IETF/ECRIT documentation sufficient to develop applications that leverage this standardDoes the standard adequately document the relative priorities of the proposed Additional Data?Is the standards migration path understood and acceptable to the group?Mon. 1:15 2:15Boca I & IINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida7As NG9-1-1 components are deployed, PSAPs will have the ability to receive additional data from callers.

What is needed to assist PSAP managers decide what data to receive and what options they have with additional data? This session will provide an update on the activities of the NG9-1-1 Additional Data Work Group.

This discussion will highlight changes in the draft Additional Call Data standard under consideration in the IETF, progress against the Additional Caller Data standard, and our latest research on candidate data-formats that could be used to carry Additional Location Data. Legacy Selective Router Gateway Provide an overview of the Legacy Selective Router Gateway in terms of its functions and interfaces, and describe its role in the transition to an end-state i3 architecture.Describe the status of the LSRG standards development process.Discuss any impacts and open issues identified during the standards development process.Mon. 1:15 2:15Caribbean IIINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida8Attendees will see first-hand what NENA's expectations are for the design of the Legacy Selective Router Gateway (LSRG) and its role in the transition to NG9-1-1.NG9-1-1 GIS Data Requirements How does the GIS Data Model work for NG9-1-1?How can it be used in todays E9-1-1?What part does it play in a NG9-1-1 setting?A straw man and framework document will be developed at the session for updating the NENA 02-014 GIS Data Collection and Maintenance Standard

Mon. 2:15 5:00Boca I & IINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida9Attendees will be provided information regarding the NG9-1-1 GIS Data Requirements, including how the data requirements may be utilized today in E9-1-1, and their use in a NG9-1-1 setting.

This session will then focus on how to use the GIS Data Model for NG9-1-1 as a springboard for updating the NENA 02-014 GIS Data Collection and Maintenance Standard.ESINet Design for NG9-1-1 Work with ARIN to resolve an issue with multiple AS numbers when building a large regional or State ESInet.Modify the current 08-506 INF document into a requirements document.Review and modify all measures, metrics and rules as needed. Metrics such as Latency, Jitter and Packet Loss can be better defined today than when the document was first written.Add new sections relating to Microwave, Wireless and other broadband facilities.Mon. 3:15 5:00Caribbean IIINENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida10This session will cover the Emergency Services IP Network Design (ESIND 08-506 INF) document modifications that are currently under way.

08-506 was originally written as an informational document that offered suggestions and comments regarding the configuration of ESInets. It has become apparent that there are many components relating to ESInets included in this INF document that are not discussed or designated as requirements.

The work group is charged with re-writing the document as a requirements document and is working on specific areas to provide better metrics, and better boundaries around the implementation of ESInets.

Ultimately, the resulting 08-506 requirements document will be linked with the NG9-1-1 documents and specifically the i3 document to ensure that gaps do not exist from building an ESInet to implementing NG9-1-1.National Telecommunicator Training Requirements This session will provide an update on the work being done on national training guidelines for Telecommunicators. Attendees will help to validate the training guidance topics and subtopics.Mon. 3:15 5:00Caribbean IVNENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida11We are seeking validation of the a review of the minimum training topics and subtopics.

The session will also address additional work and suggestions for the FAQ sheets that will accompany model legislation that will be provided as guidance to states wanting to adopt the minimum training guidelines.Request For Proposal Working Group Review each section accordingly, provide feedback and edits. Generic topic headings currently being reviewed as related to PSAPs are Network, CPE, MIS and GIS. Review proposed delivery timelines, make adjustments as needed. Mon. 3:15 5:00Boca III & IVNENA Development Conference | October 2014 | Orlando, Florida12This will be a working session to review the progress of the RFP Working Group. This working group is tasked with developing examples of RFPs for use by PSAPs that are wishing to start the wheels in motion to move forward and issu