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9-1-1 & Alert Trends for People with Disabilities

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June 2013 — Wireless RERC principal investigator, Dr. Helena Mitchell, presented 9-1-1 & Alert Trends for People with Disabilities at the National Emergency Number Associations’ (NENA) annual conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. NENA’s educational tracks, among other things, addressed NG911, accessibility, text-to-911, public outreach, and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). NENA hosted thousands of public safety professionals, telecommunications specialists, and federal, state, and local policymakers for a week of discussions, presentations and demonstrations aimed at developing an understanding the near and long-term issues facing public safety and the skills needed to address challenges.

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