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Amplified Focus on Public Safety Grade GIS: NG9-1-1 and Indoor Mapping
Friday, December 08, 2017, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Category: Sponsor Webinar

GeoComm: Amplified Focus on Public Safety Grade GIS: NG9-1-1 and Indoor Mapping

GIS data is powering 9-1-1 systems across the country and your focus on achieving public safety grade is more critical than ever. Quality GIS data is needed to meet the rigorous demands of 9-1-1 and NG9-1-1. GIS data must also be maintained for use within public safety mapping systems with building, indoor, and 3D map data to match increasing location accuracy. Attendees of this webinar will discover how the use of GIS data for public safety will ultimately improve emergency response.  

By attending this educational webinar, you will learn more about:  

  • Public safety grade GIS
  • Preparation for technological developments like NG9-1-1 and building, indoor and 3D location mapping
  • Lessons learned from GIS data improvement and wireless location accuracy projects 

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  Patrick Melancon is a Senior Product Manager at GeoComm with over 16 years of experience as a leader of projects and processes specific to the GIS data needs of state and local government. He participates in multiple NENA work groups and the NSGIC NG9-1-1 Committee and NSGIC Address and Transportation Committee. Patrick is a certified GIS Professional.
  Karl Larsen is a Senior Product Manager for GeoComm. Karl focuses on innovatively utilizing map data to improve location accuracy on the 9-1-1 call takers’ map. Karl routinely collaborates with public safety and GIS professionals to understand user needs and apply this knowledge to GeoComm solutions.  


GeoComm was founded in 1995 to provide local governments with turnkey emergency 9-1-1 development services. Today, GeoComm has a national reputation as a leading provider of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software and services. Our software systems route emergency calls to the appropriate call center, map the caller’s location on a call taker or dispatcher map, and guide emergency responders to the accident on mobile displays within police, fire, and ambulance vehicles.