NG9-1-1

  • NG9-1-1 and the need for data aggregation

    NG9-1-1 and the need for data aggregation

    This blog explores why data aggregation is crucial to Next Generation 9-1-1’s success and how to get your GIS data ready

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  • Next Generation 9-1-1 and GIS Data Aggregation

    Next Generation 9-1-1 and GIS Data Aggregation

    This infographic demonstrates why quality data aggregation service is a key component to NG9-1-1

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  • What is next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1)?

    What is next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1)?

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  • GIS Readiness Assessment for NG9-1-1 in the City of Guelph

    GIS Readiness Assessment for NG9-1-1 in the City of Guelph

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  • NG9-1-1: The dates have changed but the urgency remains

    NG9-1-1: The dates have changed but the urgency remains

    This blog discusses the CRTC’s new NG911 timeline and how you should prepare your organization for the March 2024 deadline

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  • NG9-1-1: How do you know that your GIS data is ready?

    NG9-1-1: How do you know that your GIS data is ready?

    How you manage your data will determine how successful you will be at meeting the NG9-1-1 goals

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  • New Brunswick Blazes the Trail on Getting its Data Ready for NG9-1-1

    New Brunswick Blazes the Trail on Getting its Data Ready for NG9-1-1

    Learn how the New Brunswick 911 Bureau leveraged the Public Safety GeoXchange to create a single, comprehensive and up-to-date road network and civic address database.

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  • NG9-1-1: Is everyone using the same data?

    NG9-1-1: Is everyone using the same data?

    For NG9-1-1, GIS data must meet national standards because incomplete or inaccurate data will delay locating callers and timely response to emergencies.

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  • Will your GIS data make the grade as public safety data?

    Will your GIS data make the grade as public safety data?

    GIS data must meet national standards for next-generation 9-1-1 to accurately locate and route calls and support timely response to emergencies.

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  • Test your data readiness for NG9-1-1

    Test your data readiness for NG9-1-1

    For NG9-1-1, GIS data must meet national standards because incomplete or inaccurate data will delay locating callers and timely response to emergencies.

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  • Is your GIS data ready for NG9-1-1?

    Is your GIS data ready for NG9-1-1?

    For NG9-1-1, GIS data must meet national standards because incomplete or inaccurate data will delay locating callers and timely response to emergencies.

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  • NG9-1-1: GIS Data Accuracy and Currency

    NG9-1-1: GIS Data Accuracy and Currency

    Accurate street attributes (address ranges and names) and current public safety boundary data are very important for proper routing of 9-1-1 calls.

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  • NG9-1-1: Why we need data to be complete

    NG9-1-1: Why we need data to be complete

    Complete and standards-based data strengthens the emergency response system. NG9-1-1 will need rich and complete data to function properly.

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  • NG9-1-1: Terms we must come to terms with

    NG9-1-1: Terms we must come to terms with

    Next generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) glossary for GIS professionals across Canada

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  • New Brunswick Blazes the Trail on Getting its Data Ready for NG9-1-14:42

    New Brunswick Blazes the Trail on Getting its Data Ready for NG9-1-1

    The New Brunswick 911 Bureau is responsible for ensuring the effective and efficient delivery of 9-1-1 service to the province. Six Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) manage 9-1-1 call-taking and

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  • NG9-1-1: A game changer in public safety

    NG9-1-1: A game changer in public safety

    NG9-1-1 is expected to save more lives and GIS systems and services are a core function of that formula.

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  • NG9-1-1 puts GIS on its map

    NG9-1-1 puts GIS on its map

    GIS has an important role in Next Generation 9-1-1 in Canada–helping deliver improved data, routing of emergency calls and dispatching resources.

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