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Don't Just tell the Dispatcher About Your Emergency Show Them
Justifeyed LLC, Attempts to Rewrite 911 Emergency System
My fellow Americans, let me begin by asking you to observe a moment of silence for the brave men and women who have lost their lives.
We are here because our forefathers were united and fought for our freedom. Because of the brave men and women of our Armed Forces, we are able to enjoy the fruits of our land. Our duty is to honor the braveness and heroism of those who won our freedom and to uphold the sovereignty of our great nation.
The three-digit telephone number "9-1-1" has been designated as the "Universal Emergency Number," for citizens throughout the United States to request emergency assistance. It is intended as a nationwide telephone number and gives the public fast and easy access to a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP).
Justifeyed LLC, needs to get its app into the hand of the people, as is not currently available on the app market. As of now, the current 911 system does not have the capabilities to take the live video feed Justifeyed provides. However, there are steps that need to be taken to do this.
First we need the support and backing of the government on all levels; local, state, and Federal.
Once we have accomplished this, it is important to then retrain emergency dispatch and personnel a new way to take calls through live video, with the Justifeyed system.
Partnering with a college or university will allow Justifeyed to utilize the resources to teach and retrain dispatchers. The students also have the potential to retain employment with Justifeyed after graduation, and help with the continued updates and development of the app.
In the United States, the first catalyst for a nationwide emergency telephone number was in 1957, when the National Association of Fire Chiefs recommended use of a single number for reporting fires. Twenty three years prior to this, the Communication Act of 1934 HR438 was implemented.
In 1967, the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice recommended that a "single number should be established" nationwide for reporting emergency situations. As a result of the immense interest in this issue, the President's Commission on Civil Disorders turned to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a solution. In November 1967, the FCC met with the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T) to find a means of establishing a universal emergency number that could be implemented quickly.
In 1968, AT&T announced that it would establish the digits 9-1-1 as the emergency code throughout the United States. In February of the same year, Senator Rankin Fite completed the first 9-1-1 call made in the United States in Haleyville, Alabama. Decades later, only two Bills; The Telecommunication Act of 1996 HR 438, and the Wireless Communication and Public Safety Act of 1999 HR 438, have been made into laws that were intended to enhance the 9-1-1 emergency system.
Presenting mobile app prototype
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If those brave men and women who fought for our freedom were to evaluate what we have done with America since, would they be proud of us? We have come a long way, but we still need to do much better as a country. Every American deserves the chance to get ahead in this 21st century. Every American deserves a decent home, a stable source of income, a good education for their children, good health insurance, a comfortable retirement and a sense of security when utilizing the 9-1-1 system, and requiring emergency services.
Ladies and gentlemen, our fathers fought for our freedom so that we could govern ourselves. The destiny of our beloved country is in our hands. As we head towards the year 2020, may we be mindful of our neighbors. Let us maintain peace, love and unity and always remember what America stands for. Our freedom fighters fought for us to be one, let us remain as one.
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According to the US Census there are over 350 different languages spoken in the US
Following English, the most spoken languages in the United States are Spanish, Chinese, French, Tagalog, and Vietnamese
Wireless Emergency System
Virtually all calls are voice callers via telephones over analog lines.
Most information is transferred via voice.
Callers are routed through legacy selective routers, limited forwarding/backup ability.
Limited ability to handle overflow situations, callers could receive a busy signal.
Next Generation 911
Voice, text, or video information, from many types of communication devices, sent over IP networks.
Advanced data sharing is automatically performed.
Physical location of Public Service Answering Point(PSAP) becomes immaterial, callers are routed automatically based on geographic location enhanced backup abilities.
PSAP's able to control call congestion treatment, including dynamically rerouting callers.
Send voice, text, or live video in emergency situations, anywhere to:
Quickly alert the proper authorities, saving you valuable time getting help to you.
Identifying your situation by automatically sharing face to face communication to expedite proper emergency services to you.
The users device will send a GPS signal to a tower, giving a physical and visual location, that will be routed through a wi-fi access point to a dispatcher in that area.
Protecting the user by providing live video that travels with you to route you to the nearest emergency services no matter where you go, while also protecting emergency personnel with live video feed to better prepare them for the scene they are about to face.
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