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PSCR 2020

This image background shows the San Diego skyline turning into an audio wave with the text overlay: PSCR 2020 The Digital Experience

 

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VIEW LIVE SESSION RECORDINGS

Program Overview & Public Safety Keynote

Dereck Orr, PSCR
Todd Early, Texas Department of Public Safety

Note: this session aired live on July 28. The recording is now available

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What We Learned in a PSCR Prize Challenge

A discussion about the Haptic Interfaces for Public Safety Challenge with PSCR, West Metro Fire (CO), FirstNet Built with AT&T, Haply, and Carnegie Mellon University.

Note: this session aired live on July 29. The recording is now available

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Fireside Chat with Ed Horowitz

Dereck Orr, PSCR
Ed Horowitz, The First Responder Network Authority

Note: this session aired live on July 29. The recording is now available

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This is NOT a Game: AR/VR for Good

This session, originally announced as a SXSW Interactive panel, features speakers from PSCR, Cosumnes Fire Department (CA), and Magic Leap; PSCR 2020 is the session’s official debut. 

Note: this session aired live on July 28. The recording is now available

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Looking for On-demand Sessions and Tech Demos?

View sessions and demos in your portal or via the mobile app.

In the mobile app, click on "Schedule" to all available sessions. On-demand content is listed in alphabetical order under Friday, July 31.

View our Most Watched Sessions from Launch Week. 


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PSCR 2020: The Digital Experience

Research Updates for Public Safety Communications Creators and Consumers

More than 80 hours of content becomes available on July 27. Learn more about the Digital Experience from these stories:

 

 

Exciting On-Demand Sessions to Catch at PSCR 2020

The Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting is an annual event that connects representatives from public safety, federal agencies, industry, and academia to discuss cutting-edge research and technology developments coming to first responder communications. This year, the same stakeholder meeting content… Read More

 

Staff Spotlight: From Video Games to Public Safety

Jack Lewis is the Lead Virtual Reality (VR) developer at NIST's Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) division. At PSCR, Lewis oversees the development of VR simulations for public safety and applies his passion for game design to PSCR's mission-driven work… Read More

 

The Great Pivot: Why PSCR is Digitally Convening Stakeholders in 2020

The pervasive global pandemic that swept across the world in 2020 has had a significant effect on businesses, travel, events, and more. For NIST’s Public Safety Communications Research Division (PSCR), which annually convenes hundreds of people... Read More


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Created May 1, 2020, Updated August 5, 2020