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US Department of Transportation "Next Generation 911" Final System Design (2009)

US Department of Transportation "Next Generation 911" Final System Design (2009)

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) Initiative is a research and development project
funded by the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) to define the framework and
plan to deploy Internet Protocol (IP)-based emergency communications across the
nation. The project has helped to define the concept of operations, functional
requirements, and system architecture, and to develop a transition plan that considers
implementation costs, values, and risks.
From a technical perspective, the project has been guided by its long-term goal: “To
enable the general public to make a 9-1-1 ‘call’ (any real-time communication—voice,
text, or video) from any wired, wireless, or IP-based device…” Additional important
considerations included advancing call delivery, locating callers, and improving system
functionality “through new internetworking technologies based on open standards.”
The NG9-1-1 Initiative has helped demonstrate these principles throughout the project’s
duration.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) Initiative is a research and development project
funded by the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) to define the framework and
plan to deploy Internet Protocol (IP)-based emergency communications across the
nation. The project has helped to define the concept of operations, functional
requirements, and system architecture, and to develop a transition plan that considers
implementation costs, values, and risks.
From a technical perspective, the project has been guided by its long-term goal: “To
enable the general public to make a 9-1-1 ‘call’ (any real-time communication—voice,
text, or video) from any wired, wireless, or IP-based device…” Additional important
considerations included advancing call delivery, locating callers, and improving system
functionality “through new internetworking technologies based on open standards.”
The NG9-1-1 Initiative has helped demonstrate these principles throughout the project’s
duration.

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Final System Design Document
Washington, D.C.February 2009Version 2.0
 
 
NG9-1-1 Final System Design Document
 
i February 2009
DOCUMENT CHANGE HISTORY
VersionNumberDate Description
V1.0 February 2008 Interim ReleaseV2.0 February 2009 Final Version
 
 
NG9-1-1 Final System Design Document
 
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