At the 'Bleeding Edge' of Public Safety


Source: nextgov
Author: Brian Kalish
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC, 20554, United States

New technologies necessary for interoperable systems are sometimes called "bleeding edge," since there is a risk in using them. But for public safety, that includes real blood, because first responders usually respond to life-threatening situations, said John Powell, interoperability chair of the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council, during an all-day FCC forum on March 4 that addressed various interoperability issues.

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