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2019 Stakeholder Meeting Analytics Sessions

The 2019 Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting featured three days of sessions along the Analytics track. View each analytics presentation below.

Evaluating Speech Analytic Technology Tasks in Simulated Public Safety Related Communications

 

Fred Byers, NIST 

Evaluating Speech Analytic Technology Tasks in Simulated Public Safety Related Communications

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Extensible Toolkit for Analytics in Public Safety

 

Jason Corso, VOXEL 51

Brian Moore, VOXEL 51

Extensible Toolkit for Analytics in Public Safety

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Accelerating Data-Driven Operations in the Fire Service

 

Tyler Garner, Prominent Edge LLC


Information-Driven Video Communication for Public Safety Networks

 

Rui (April) Dai, University of Cincinnati
 


Body-Worn Camera Analytics

 

Jason Corso, University of Michigan


Imagine a World Where Data Is Shared Safely

 

Terese Manley, NIST PSCR

Christine Task, Knexus Research Corporation

Challenge Winners, Community First Responder


Video and Imagery Dataset to Drive Public Safety Capabilities

 

Andrew Weinert, MIT Lincoln Laboratory in partner with New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness
 


Next Generation First Responder Deployables and Internet of Things (IoT) 

 

Sam Ray, NIST PSCR

Alison Kahn, NIST PSCR

Max Maurice, NIST PSCR

Hien Ngyuen, NIST PSCR


Developing Real-Time Analytics to Improve Outcomes

 

David Blackinship, Interra

David Van Ballegooijen, Western Fire Chiefs


Demonstrating the Power of Collaboration to Solve Video Analytics Challenges in Baltimore Citiwatch

 

John Garofolo, NIST PSCR

Major Samuel Hood, Baltimore Citiwatch / Baltimore PD

Julie Stroup, City of Houston

Jason Corso, VOXEL 51

James Horan, NIST


Real-Time Video Analytics for Situation Awareness

 

Junwei Liang, Carnegie Mellon University

Salvador Medina, Carnegie Mellon University


Towards Cognitive Assistant Systems for Emergency Response

 

Sarah Masaud Preum, University of Virginia


Public Safety Video, Analytics, and Workflow to Enable the End User - Lessons Learned

 

Shishir Shah, University of Houston

Julie Stroup, City of Houston


SAFE-NET: A Computing Platform for Public Safety Applications

 

Khaled Abdelghany, Southern Methodist University 

Barbara Minsker, Southern Methodist University

May Yuan, University of Texas at Dallas

 

Created September 24, 2019, Updated January 7, 2020