Trainees will gain an extensive knowledge in:
• Identifying and prioritizing local-government mobile workforce, business, citizen and community needs and applications;
• Selecting the appropriate technologies and solutions to service those needs.
• Understanding the assets and advantages that local government may leverage to optimize the success of a broadband-wireless deployment and mitigate risk;
• Developing the optimum business and partnership models to increase ROI;
• Crafting an effective RFP; and
• Understanding what is required to build and operate a productive wireless network infrastructure.
Who Should Attend?
• Local-government (state, county, city) executives and IT/communications professionals responsible for e-government applications servicing citizens.
• Local government (state, county, city) executives and IT/communications professionals responsible for mobile workforces including the following Local-Government Mobile Occupations: Urban and regional planners, social workers, social and human service assistants, emergency medical technicians and paramedics, first-line supervisors/managers, law enforcement workers, fire fighters, fire inspectors, bailiffs and correctional officers, detectives and criminal investigators, police and sheriff's patrol officers, detectives and criminal investigators, recreation workers, highway maintenance workers, maintenance and repair workers, general water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators, bus drivers, transit and intercity transportation.
• Wireless Networks & Technologies Overview
• Leveraging City & Municipal Assets
• Achieving Economies of Scale
• Building & Operating Wireless Broadband Networks
• Defining Your Model
• Crafting an Effective RFP
NetLogix is a consulting, systems integration, and network management firm focused on assisting carriers, municipalities, and service providers in building carrier class wireless broadband infrastructures.
The Wireless Internet Institute (W2i) is an independent thought leadership group bringing together stakeholders around the world to accelerate the adoption of wireless Internet in support of universal connectivity for economic, social and educational development.
Contact Eric DaVersa, NetLogix, (858) 245-6702
or the Wireless Internet Institute at (617) 439-5400