NG911 Municipal Data Preparation
Local public safety operations for emergency service response has to be efficient, fast and effective. See how this is possible with Next Generation 911 (NG911). NG 911 is fast approaching. Learn what it means, its requirements, components and benefits to the community. We will explore the existing and new NG911 systems, public safety access points, real time data, obstacles and municipal data preparation. An overview of the required NG911 geospatial data and its structure will be examined.
City of Guelph and Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC) Database Development and Data Load for NG9-1-1
The City of Guelph was selected, alongside its partner Esri Canada, as the Canadian city to lead the development of a next-generation emergency services geographic information system (GIS) database. This innovative partnership was awarded $1.017 million in federal grant funding and will support critical enhancements in public safety in Guelph and across Canada, as the country implements a modernized Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) emergency response system. Improved call routing through use of GIS point in polygon processes is one of the drivers of NG9-1-1.