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2015 Location-Based Services R&D Summit Report

Published

Author(s)

Harris Feldman, Adam H. Danielson

Abstract

The Public Safety Communications Research Program (PSCR) convened over 80 stakeholders at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Boulder, CO campus to build on the findings presented in the 2015 Location-Based Services (LBS) Summit- held October 21-22, 2015 - intended to socialize the Roadmap with a broader stakeholder base and determine the core technology challenges inhibiting Public Safety's effective and expanded use of LBS in daily operations. The Summit resulted in a list of clearly defined LBS technology gaps prioritized against criteria, a list of LBS capabilities that could arise as a result of NIST R&D funds, and specific problem statements relating to the highest priority LBS challenges.
Proceedings Title
PSCR R&D Priority Topic Areas
Conference Dates
October 21-22, 2015
Conference Location
Boulder, CO

Keywords

Location Based Services, Public Safety, 3D Geolocation, Interoperability, Incident Management, LTE, NICS, FirstNet
Created January 30, 2017, Updated November 10, 2018