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Wireless Waypoint presented its views during today’s RCR Wireless hosted Public Safety LTE Webinar.  In the Webinar, Wireless Waypoint discussed FirstNet adoption factors, challenges and opportunities for FirstNet sustainability, and next generation capabilities such as using IoT to tie together physical and cyber security.

Book a Consultation with Wireless Waypoint to learn more about the following:

  • Role for Mobile Edge Computing, Predictive Analytics and AI in Public Safety Data Management
  • Role of Virtual Reality to test and simulate Public Safety apps and solutions
  • Why Carriers should create an App Store for First Net Public Safety applications
  • Evolution of Public Safety LTE, Next Generation Apps, and more

RCR Editorial Webinar: Public Safety (22nd March 2017)

After years of planning and pilot projects, the national public safety wireless broadband network known as FirstNet is poised to soon become a reality. RCR Wireless takes stock of FirstNet’s status, short- and long-term goals, as well as technical issues including spectrum sharing and covering tough network environments; and FirstNet’s recently opened testing lab for exploring new devices and applications for public safety.
This webinar also looks at how FirstNet will impact the in-building wireless market, and what it will take for FirstNet to become financially self-sustaining as a public-safety-only network.
Questions Answered in Webinar:
-FirstNet’s plans for the first 100 days of operations, plus short- and long-term milestones
-Status of the $6.5 billion RFP
-The role of the FirstNet testing lab in Boulder, Colorado in application and device development for public safety
-Potential impacts on the inbuilding wireless market
-How will FirstNet become self-sustaining?
Kelly Hill, Editor, RCR Wireless News
Gerry Christensen, Principal Consultant, Wireless Waypoint
Greg Najjar, Director of Business Development, ADRF
Chris Odenthal, Program Manager, Jacobs Engineering