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Addressing several misconceptions and misunderstandings about communications interoperability that continue to limit capabilities in the field, this unique book provides a detailed examination of the subject, focusing on the use of voice, data, and video systems for public safety and emergency response. This practical resource makes in-depth recommendations spanning technical, planning, and procedural approaches to provide efficient public safety response performance. Readers find coverage of the many approaches used to achieve interoperability, including a synopsis of the enabling technologies and systems intended to provide radio interoperability. Featuring specific examples nationwide, the book takes practitioners from strategy to proper implementation, using enterprise architecture, systems engineering, and systems integration planning.
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Robert Irwin Rotberg (born April 11, 1935) is an American who served as President emeritus of the World Peace Foundation (1993–2010).
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