Rave Mobile Safety to Showcase Portfolio of Public Safety Solutions at Booth #130; Rave Executives to Present Three Education and Training Sessions
FRAMINGHAM, Mass., June 6, 2016 – Rave Mobile Safety, the trusted creator of innovative public safety data and communication software, today announced that the company will present at three education and training sessions at NENA’s 2016 Conference & Expo. NENA 2016 will take place from June 11-16, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
At NENA 2016, thousands of public safety professionals, telecommunications specialists and policy makers will get the opportunity to discuss the issues facing public safety today. Attendees will also gain practical, real-world knowledge that can be put into action immediately and build the skills necessary to tackle today’s challenges.
Rave Mobile Safety will be exhibiting at booth #130 on the show floor. Company executives will also be presenting three training sessions:
- Todd Piett, ENP, chief product officer, will speak about Citizen Apps & 9-1-1: Hype or Path to Improved Response at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday, June 14, 2016. Description: This session will explore the proliferation of citizen-facing apps claiming to improve public safety response. Smartphone apps provide an amazing platform to share information and improve communications. From misleading, to life-saving and everything in between, Piett will discuss how apps can enhance or impede emergency response. Real-world use cases and lessons learned – good and bad – from hundreds of different deployments will be discussed.
- Matt Serra, ENP, senior director, product management, will co-present The Next Frontier for GIS: Indoors, with Brooks Shannon, senior product manager of GeoComm, at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Description: Enhanced location accuracy and increased public expectations are redefining what constitutes an acceptable “dispatchable” location. Yet, indoor spaces are largely unmapped and indoor location is just becoming available in the PSAP environment. During this session, Serra and Shannon will share indoor location test results performed at St. Cloud State University and explore what indoor mapping may look like in the PSAP of the future.
- Crystal Ayco, ENP, project manager, will present Small Project Management in 9-1-1: A Beginner’s Guide at 2:45 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Description: Ask anyone who has designed a new QA program or introduced a new technology solution to their dispatchers, and they will tell you that managing even small-scale projects in a 9-1-1 center is complex and dynamic. Ayco will give attendees a crash course on the basics of project management, with a roadmap to begin and a checklist of what you will need to get the job done.