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NG911: Next Generation Indoor Location for Public Safety & Consumers
June 18, 2013
New Frontiers, Going Up & Beyond into the Deepest Reaches of INDOORS with LTE.
FCC with NG911 has been evolving location positioning to new realms for Public Safety and consumers needs to address the precise location needs for both Outdoors, as well as Indoors, in dense urban harsh environments where we spent 75% of our times with the growing use of LTE. Soon, VOIP-LTE will place challenges on existing and new positioning methods.
The Distinguished Panel will introduce the very latest update and future direction in emerging public safety, first responders and consumers needs for accurate precise location both indoors and outdoors with low cost large wide scale deployments, the need for height measure, the use of smart-phones and cloud services. Raytheon Corp involved in nationwide FirstNet 700MHz D block LTE public safety network will open the talk with an overview. TechnoCom Corp will give an update on the goal of FCC CSRIC Location test bed- Indoor & Outdoor Technology Phase 1 testing related to accuracy and coverage in their March 2013 test report on candidate LBS technologies performances that can meet the FCC’s new sub-50m accuracy. Finally, 7Layers will conclude with an overview of one specific Location Standard, OMA -LOC SUPL’s evolution to SUPL3, architecture and testing.
Join us on June 18th, 2013 for an executive panel of Californian technology leaders discussing location positioning technologies, challenges and solutions for the new LTE and NG911 world.
Founder, President and CEO, TechnoCom Corporation
Michael J. Bostic
West Coast Director of Civil Communications, Raytheon
Mr. Bostic has demonstrated leadership skills that span the entire spectrum of leadership, problem solving, crime reduction, community policing, major capital projects, and information technology/communications systems. Mr. Bostic retired as an Assistant Chief in April 2007 and has been a part of the Raytheon team since May of 2008. In his role at Raytheon, Mike is a business development director and frequent writer for business publications on the future of technology in that market space. In 34 years with the LAPD, he held every significant command in the Los Angeles Police Department, including three assignments with communications and information technology. He also was a member of several steering committees that provided oversight of IT and major facility development. He was responsible for many significant investigations that required the resources of all City agencies on two occasions in his career and he demonstrated the leadership and people skills to develop comprehensive investigative reports and implementation plans that have reshaped most operations of the LAPD. He has a rich history of excellent relationships throughout City government.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
Bachelors of Science, Police Science, California State University at Long Beach, 1975
Masters Degree in Public Administration, University of Southern California, 1978
Graduate, FBI National Academy
Graduate, FBI National Executive Institute
Graduate, Senior Management Institute for Police
Graduate, State of California Command College
Mahesh Kodukula, Ph.D.
Business Development Manager, 7Layers
Mahesh Kodukula has over 16 years of experience working in wireless communication and medical device industries. He received his Ph.D. degree in Solid State Physics from Indian Institute of Technology and pursued M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from University Of Illinois, Chicago. Currently he is a Business Development Manager at 7Layers focusing on M2M businesses and technologies related to mHealth and other generic vertical markets. In this role, he is involved in providing test services and helping customers take their products faster to market. Prior to 7Layers, he worked at couple of wireless and medical device startups. Other notable companies he worked for include Nokia and Motorola where he has held positions of increasing responsibility in Engineering, product development and marketing. He has launched mobile devices in worldwide markets and provided system engineering infrastructure solutions to global network operators. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, running, yoga and spending time with the family.
Founder and CEO, Future Wireless Tech
Neeraj S. Bhavani, Founder, President & CEO, TAGNOS
Frank Creede, CTO, Pacific Data Vision
Maureen Backe, Lead Product Marketing Manager, Advanced Mobility Solutions at AT&T
Upkar Dhaliwal, Founder & CEO, Future Wireless Technologies
Linda Senigaglia, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Navigation Solutions
Mark Neff, Principal, Neff Solutions
Tuesday, June 18th 2013
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7:30 PM Program Ends
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