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Jason D. Kahn, Anthony Trevino, San Antonio Police Dept, Heather M. Evans, Joe Fournier, Canada's Centre for Security Science, David Lund, Public Safety Communication Europe Forum, Gordon Shipley, UK Home Office Emergency Service Mobile Communications Programme, Dereck R. Orr, Jeff Bratcher, Rich Reed, Salim Patel, AT&T Technology Architecture Planning, Ryan Felts, Marc Leh, Mary F. Theofanos, Kristen Greene
This document is a compilation of the slides presented during Day 2 of the 2017 Public Safety Communications Research Program's (PSCR) Annual Stakeholder
Dereck R. Orr, Richard A. Rouil, Jeremy E. Benson, David W. Griffith, Fidel Liberal, Robert Escalle, Sonim Technologies, Richard Lau, Vencore Labs, Paul Sutton, Software Radio Systems LTD, Sumit Roy, Sean Sangodoyin, David A. Howe, Fabio C. Da Silva, Alicia Evangelista, Yet2, Brienne Engel, Yet2, John S. Garofolo
This document is a compilation of the slides presented during Day 3 of the 2017 Public Safety Communications Research Program's (PSCR) Annual Stakeholder