Link: a History of Public-Safety Interoperability

“On September 11, the nation suffered the largest loss of life — 2,973 — on its soil as a result of hostile attack in its history. The Fire Department of New York (FDNY) suffered 343 fatalities — the largest loss of life of any emergency response agency in history,” according to “9/11 Commission Report.”

MissionCritical Communications asked five public-safety experts for their views on the critical issues related to interoperability in a 9/11 Special Report in the September issue. Following are details on how public-safety interoperability has evolved in recent history from Marilyn Ward, executive director, National Public Safety Telecommunications Council (NPSTC).

See the full article here: Radio Resource Magazine: OnlyOnline.

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