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STATE OF OHIO. MARCS IP Business Plan/Rollout. May 9, 2012 – Ohio APCO/NENA Combined Chapter Business Meeting. SHARED COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES FOR OHIO PUBLIC SAFETY in the 21 st Century SHARED SERVICES—Saves Money, Maximizes Interoperability, SAVES LIVES. AGENDA. MARCS Today

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STATE OF OHIO

MARCSIP Business Plan/Rollout

May 9, 2012 – Ohio APCO/NENA Combined Chapter Business Meeting

SHARED COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES FOR OHIO PUBLIC SAFETY in the 21st Century

SHARED SERVICES—Saves Money, Maximizes Interoperability, SAVES LIVES

agenda
AGENDA

MARCS Today

Our Shared Challenges

Statewide “System of Systems” Solution

Phased Build-out Diagrams

LTE Footprint

Project Schedule

Project Results

Partnership Tiers

Program Financing

Partnership Support

Summary & Discussion

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MARCS TODAY

  • Statewide, robust, stable platform
    • Over 40,000 radios activated
      • Originally designed for 8,500
    • 700 user agencies
      • Original design – 8 agencies!
  • Solid Infrastructure
    • 218 towers statewide
  • Reliability maintained
    • 20,010,102 minutesairtime
    • 4/1/11 – 4/1/12
    • 89,249,881 push-to-talks
  • Continued high performance
    • Average Grade of Service – 99.8373%
    • Maximum hourly Utilization – 57.3917

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marcs challenges
MARCS CHALLENGES
  • ECONOMICS
    • 1337 Radio Systems in Ohio results in duplicative spending, reduces/negates interoperability
  • CAPACITY
    • Current MARCS platform service has met growth needs but is out of Radio IDs.
  • LIFECYCLE SUPPORT
    • Current MARCS platform – core parts availability is a critical issue.
  • NARROWBANDING
    • Federal mandate means many agencies are faced with large scale upgrades – MARCS needs to be a viable option, and is!.
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MARCS’S SOLUTION

  • STATEWIDE PROJECT 25 STANDARD UPGRADE
    • Project 25 upgrade to improve interoperability and eligibility for future federal grants.
    • Upgrade is fully P-25 compliant, meeting all standards, including capability of migration to P-25 Phase 2.
  • SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS
    • Reduce the number of autonomous infrastructures by connecting and sharing network capacity. System capacity grows to 128,000 IDs.
    • # 1 Strategic and Tactical Goal, Ohio Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan (SCIP)
  • RANK ORDER PHASED
    • Phases will be implemented first in areas of critical need.
  • REUSE OF EXISTING HARDWARE
    • Reuse of existing hardware has been emphasized to maximize cost savings.
high level roll out plan
HIGH – LEVEL ROLL-OUT PLAN

SHARED COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES FOR OHIO PUBLIC SAFETY in the 21st Century

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current marcs 3 5 sites
CURRENT MARCS 3.5 SITES

Current 3.5 Sites

current marcs ip sites
CURRENT MARCSIP SITES

Current MARCSIP Sites

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phase 1 immediate needs
Phase 1 - IMMEDIATE NEEDS

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

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phase 1 immediate needs1
Phase 1 - IMMEDIATE NEEDS
  • Implementation will be prioritized in the areas where customers have immediate needs due to aging systems and FCC narrowbanding deadlines.
    • Greene County?
    • Sandusky County?
    • OSU ?
    • Clinton County?

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

phase 1a zone cores
PHASE 1A: ZONE CORES

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Core Switch

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phase 1a zone cores1
PHASE 1A: ZONE CORES
  • Jefferson Zone Core added
  • Upgrade existing Lake and SOCC Zone Cores – v 7.13
  • CAD Upgrade to Premier One
    • OSHP
    • ODNR
    • others?

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Core Switch

phase 1b heavy user sites
PHASE 1B: “HEAVY USER” SITES

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1b heavy user sites1
PHASE 1B: “HEAVY USER” SITES
  • 6 Channel Transmitters at 24 Heavy User Locations
  • Subscribers

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1c bolster bidp sites
PHASE 1C: BOLSTER BIDP SITES

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1c bolster bidp sites1
PHASE 1C: BOLSTER BIDP SITES
  • ADD 3 Channels to 6 Border Grant (BIDP) Sites

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

phase 1d institutional sites
PHASE 1D: INSTITUTIONAL SITES

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1d institutional sites1
PHASE 1D: INSTITUTIONAL SITES
  • 6 Channel Transmitters at 19 Adult & Youth Institutional Locations
  • Subscribers

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

phase 1e osu coverage
PHASE 1E: OSU COVERAGE

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1e osu coverage1
PHASE 1E: OSU COVERAGE
  • Franklin County 5 Site 12 Channel 700 MHz Overlay
  • 6 Channel Transmitter at 1 Location
  • Subscribers

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

phase 1f northern ohio sites
PHASE 1F: NORTHERN OHIO SITES

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1f northern ohio sites1
PHASE 1F: NORTHERN OHIO SITES
  • 6 Channel Transmitters at 29 Locations
  • Consoles
  • Subscribers

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

phase 1g remaining legacy 3 5
PHASE 1G: REMAINING LEGACY 3.5

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

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phase 1g remaining legacy 3 51
PHASE 1G: REMAINING LEGACY 3.5

Current 3.5 Sites

Current MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP Added Sites

phase 1 complete
PHASE 1 COMPLETE!!!!

ALL MARCSIP Sites

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phase 2 quantar upgrades
PHASE 2: QUANTAR UPGRADES
  • System wide Upgrade
  • Upgrade 725 Existing Transmitters to P25 Across 192 Sites

ALL MARCSIP Sites

system of systems
SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS

ALL MARCSIP Sites

MARCSIP “SOS” Core Switch

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upgrade complete
UPGRADE COMPLETE

All MARCSIP Sites

lte option incentive
LTE OPTION INCENTIVE
  • LTE Option bundled with P25 System
    • Core located at the SOCC
  • 4 Remote Sites
  • Motorola Push to Talk (MPTT)
    • Connection between Project 25 Voice System and LTE System
  • Motorola VPN (MVPN)
  • 90 Vehicular Modems
  • 10 USB Dongles
  • 50 Handheld Devices
project schedule

7/12

Cutover & Finalization

12/14

1C

8/13

1F

1E

1G

1D

FINALIZE

PROJECT SCHEDULE

2015

2016

2012

2013

2014

H2

H1

H2

H1

H2

H1

H2

H1

DDR

11/12

MFG & STGING

4/13

7/13

Phase 1A&1B

10/14

10/13

12/13

2/14

12/15

Phase 2

Schedule

7/12 –3/16

Ribbon Cutting

Ceremony

Oct. 2014

3/16

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MARCSIP Results

  • Statewide Project 25 Standard Upgrade
    • Project 25 upgrade meets required eligibility for future federal grants.
  • System of Systems
    • Reduce the number of autonomous infrastructures by connecting and sharing network capacity.
    • Meets Ohio SCIP Strategic Goal #1 and Tactical Goal #1.
  • Exponential Increases in Capability and Capacities
    • Radio ID’s up to 128,000
    • Talk path capacity
    • Portable radio coverage
  • The Bottom Line
  • Saves taxpayer’s dollars – Maximizes interoperability – SAVES LIVES

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MARCSIP Partnership Tiers

  • Tier 1 – Basic Subscriber
    • Purchase radios, pay annual maintenance fees
  • Tier 2 – Enhanced Local Infrastructure
    • Local partner funds enhanced capacity/coverage
    • MARCSIP rebates 50% of costs via user fee rebate
  • Tier 3 – Connecting P-25 Zone Controllers
    • Lucas & Butler Counties
  • Tier 4 – Sharing Core Resources
    • County/Regional tower farms connected to MARCSIP Zone Controller – generates cost avoidance
  • Tier 5 – Shared Zone Controllers
    • Lake & Jefferson Counties

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marcs ip financing
MARCSIP Financing

COPS Funded

Up to $90,000,000.00

Subject to Controlling Board approval – 5/21/2012

Debt Reduction

Via maintenance fees from end users

Future Upgrades

Software refreshes, TDMA (narrowbanding of 700 MHz)

Infrastructure – also via maintenance fees

Goal

50,000 additional radios (&/or radio proxies) on system within next five years, allowing current $20/mo maintenance fee to remain stable

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MARCSIP – Partnership Support

  • Please help spread the word!
  • Shared Services, 21st Century “System of Systems” concept critical to more effective governmental spending & public safety communications!
  • Please do not consider a new radio system, or an upgrade to existing systems, or additional “interoperability band-aids” without considering and contacting MARCSIP!
  • Outreach Points?

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MARCSIP - Discussion

  • Questions?
  • Answers!
  • Follow-up
    • Darryl L. Anderson
    • Ohio MARCS Director
    • 30 East Broad Street
    • 39th Floor
    • Columbus, Ohio 43214
    • 614-207-4453
    • darryl.anderson@ohio.gov
  • 24/7/52!!

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