Pierson Wireless is proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming Safer Buildings Coalition (SBC) In-Building Public Safety Communications seminar on Thursday, November 2 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Pierson Wireless believes a comprehensive in-building safety strategy accounts for both enhanced cellular performance and mission critical first responder communications. If you’re in attendance and interested in learning more about Pierson Wireless’ public safety approach, please visit our vendor table and chat with our team of public safety experts.
The Safer Buildings Coalition is an independent, not-for-profit organization providing thought leadership and education focused on advancing policies, ideas, and technologies that ensure effective in-building wireless communication capabilities for public safety personnel and the communities they serve.
The Greensboro seminar will be held from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Greensboro Shrine Club. Click here for more information and registration.
SBC Seminar Agenda
The three pillars of in-building public safety communications
Emergency Responder Communications Enhancement Systems (ERCES) general requirements review
The important role of the frequency license holder/radio system administrator
Designing to minimize noise and interference
National and local code requirements for public safety radio communications
Recent and planned code updates – NFPA, IFC, local amendments
System testing, monitoring, and best practices
Info about NICET certification for designers and technicians
The future of in-building public safety communications
Panel discussion, local town hall, and Q&A
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