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City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

City of Minneapolis

35W Bridge Emergency Response

October 25, 2007


Wireless networks in emergency response crises

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises

This 90-minute W2i Webinar, sponsored by BelAir Networks, will focus on the critical role the Wireless Minneapolis network played in supporting emergency responders at the scene of the I-35W bridge collapse on August 1st.


Wireless networks in emergency response crises1

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises

Speakers:

Rob Allen, Deputy Chief of Police

Lynn Willenbring, CIO

Kristi Rollwagen, Deputy Director Emergency Preparedness

Kurt Lange, V.P., US Internet Wireless

Jim Freeze, SVP Marketing, BelAir Networks

Moderator:

James Farstad, President, rClient, LLC


Minneapolis network implementation status

Minneapolis Network Implementation Status


Wireless minneapolis case study experiences and lessons learned

Wireless Minneapolis Case StudyExperiences and Lessons Learned

Deploying a flexible mobile wireless network

Versatility of the technology in supporting voice, data and video applications

Increasing public safety efficiency through in-field, real time access to essential data

Enhanced EOC awareness and ability to prioritize resource deployment

Multi-jurisdictional communications among local emergency response personnel, Department of Transportation, Federal Agencies, medical teams and institutions, and media outlets

Network adaptation for ongoing monitoring and coordination of the rebuilding efforts


Wireless networks in emergency response crises webinar overview and agenda

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse CrisesWebinar Overview and Agenda

  • Webinar Overview and Instructions

    • Presentation Slides Noopur Jhunjhunwala

    • Question Input for Panelists

    • Technical Assistance

  • Opening Comments from the Panel

    • Welcome and Introductions James Farstad

    • Emergency Response at the 35W SiteRob Allen

    • Role of Technology in an EmergencyLynn Willenbring

    • Coordinating the 35W Crisis from the EOCKristi Rollwagen

    • Building an ad-hoc Emergency NetworkKurt Lange

    • BelAir Networks Carrier Class ArchitectureJim Freeze

  • Audience Participation

    • BelAir Networks Survey Questions James Farstad

    • Panel Questions and Answers


City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse CrisesEmergency Response at the 35W Bridge SiteRob Allen - Deputy Chief of Police

  • Minneapolis Rush Hour August 1, 2007

  • The 35W Bridge Collapse

  • MECC (911) Emergency Calls and Public Safety Dispatch

  • Preparation Pays Off - First Responders at the Scene

  • Field Communications and Information Requirements

  • Value of the Wireless Network in Containing a Crisis

  • Conclusions


City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises Role of Technology in Effectively Responding to Emergencies Lynn Willenbring - CIO

Activating the Emergency Operations Center

Cellular Network(s) Reach Capacity

Free Community Use of the Wireless Network

Leveraging an Emerging City Communications Tool

Distributing GIS Data and Creating Live Video Feeds

New Awareness of the Adaptability of the Wireless Network

Conclusions


City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises Coordinating the 35W Crisis from the EOCKristi Rollwagen – Deputy Director Emergency Preparedness

Assessing the Scale and Impact of the Emergency

Coordinating Multi-Jurisdiction Team(s) Response

Streamlining the Flow of Accurate Information

The Ability to See the 35W Bridge Site from the EOC

Prioritizing Human and Equipment Resource Assignments

The Importance of Planning, Training and Practice

Conclusions


City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises Building an ad-hoc Emergency NetworkKurt Lange - V.P. US Internet Wireless

Opening the Network and Assembling Installation Teams

Transporting “Kits of Parts” to the Incident Area

The Incredible Power of Teamwork

Designing and Deploying an “Instant Area Network”

Transitioning from Temporary to Longer Term

The Value of Mobile Broadband for Public Safety

Conclusions


City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises The Value of Carrier Class Architecture Jim Freeze - SVP Marketing, BelAir Networks

BelAir Networks Overview

Mobile Broadband Multi-Service Mesh Networks

The Importance of Switched Mesh for Public Safety

An Essential Building Block - Scalable Network Capacity

Supporting Voice and Video - Minimizing Latency and Jitter

The Value of Investing in Carrier Class Technology

Conclusions


City of minneapolis 35w bridge emergency response october 25 2007

Wireless Networks in EmergencyResponse Crises Audience Survey, Comments and Questions Moderator: James Farstad - President, rClient, LLC

Emergency Response at the 35W Bridge Site

Role of Technology in Effectively Responding to Emergencies

Coordinating the 35W Crisis from the EOC

Building an ad-hoc Emergency Network

The Value of Carrier Class Architecture


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