Milwaukie, OR (Vocus) August 29, 2009
Day Wireless Systems announces the September schedule for the Wireless Wednesday Webinar series. Each week at 1:30 PM Pacific, Day Wireless will bring on a different guest speaker to cover some of the hot button issues in the wireless industry. The full calendar can be found here.
Wed Sept 2nd @ 1:30
The Advantages of Point-to-Point Wireless Connectivity vs. Leased Lines
Are you currently leasing lines from the phone company to connect a remote building or office for its voice and data connectivity? Do you need to add more data capacity to your current network? Learn how point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridges stack up against leased T1 lines, what scenarios are viable for wireless, and how wireless bridges have proven to be the best investment in a tight economy for many agencies.
Paul Vallesteros, Regional Technical Manager, Motorola
Angela Quinn, Western Region Channel Manager, Motorola
Who should attend? City/County IT, Business IT & Communication Managers
Wed Sept 9th @ 1:30
Electronic Ticketing and Forms for Law Enforcement
Electronic ticketing software allows law enforcement officers to issue traffic citations from their mobile computers quickly and effectively. The software captures data from the CAD/mobile system and auto-populates an electronic version of the agency’s current citation form.
- Increases officer safety – Citations in just 6-10 clicks means your officers are on the side of the road in harm’s way for less time.
- Increases officer productivity – More efficient citations means more patrol time.
- Decreases citation errors – Improve your citation dismissal rate by 20% with error correction feature and legible printouts.
With increases in safety, efficiency, and a decrease in dismissed citations due to errors, E-ticketing provides a quick return on investment for law enforcement agencies of all sizes.
Presenter: Diane Burgess, APS
Who should attend? Law Enforcement Patrol Divisions, Traffic Officers, Parking Enforcement, Campus Public Safety
Wed Sept 16th @ 1:30
New In-Building Wireless Coverage Fire Codes and How They Affect You
Buildings without adequate radio coverage can endanger the lives of public safety personnel if they are cut off from communication when responding to an emergency. FCC approved “signal boosters” along with distributed antenna systems allow first responders the ability to safely communicate when in these buildings. Implementing in-building coverage codes using these technologies have been gaining momentum recently with a scattering of municipal ordinances, but for the first time, a nationally recommended standard by the International Fire Chiefs was released that specifically addresses Emergency Responder radio coverage.
This webinar will cover:
- New in-building wireless fire codes
- Various technologies used for signal boosters
- Public Safety in-building best practices
Presenter: Jack Daniel, Owner, The Jack Daniel Company
Who should attend? First responders, Business Owners, General Contractors, Electrical Contractors
Wed Sept 23rd @ 1:30
Get More from Your Mobile Workforce with Workforce Management Tools
Manage mobile workers, ensure their safety, control costs, and respond to customers quickly and efficiently.
The right technology can address the following concerns:
- Inability to access information while in the field
- Lack of sufficient safety measures
- Lagging customer response times
- Lack of mobile worker accountability
- Excessive paperwork
- Inefficient communication
With GPS tracking and reporting you can stay in close contact with your mobile workers to improve communication and accountability. View the location of mobile workers on a Web-based map, track their status and view a history of the locations they’ve visited. You will know that employees are where they are supposed to be and are efficiently routed from one job site to the next.
Presenter: Jeff Thompson, Channel Manager, Telenav
Who should attend? General managers of mobile workers
Wed Sept 30th @ 1:30
Using Broadband Stimulus Funding for Microwave
Presenter: Sheri Johnson, Alcatel-Lucent
Day Wireless Systems is composed of 28 locations throughout the West and 175 in technical staff. Since 1969, Day Wireless Systems has been providing professional wireless services for demanding commercial, government, and mission critical public safety systems, and is the largest Motorola Premier Service Partner and Manufacturer’s Representative in the USA.
For more information on Day Wireless Systems, please visit http://www.daywireless.com