Supported by over 90 illustrations, 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. You find covered 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 you from strategy to proper implementation, using enterprise architecture, systems engineering, and systems integration planning.C H A P T E R 3 World Interoperability Failure Model The Katrina Report asks a simple question regarding the ... The Committeea#39;s Report offers at least a large part of the answer when it points repeatedly to a failure to take initiative, which can easily be interpreted as a failure of leadership. ... To do so, our World Interoperability Failure model is assumed to be composed of multiple governance levels.
|Title||:||Achieving Interoperability in Critical IT and Communication Systems|
|Author||:||Robert I. Desourdis|
|Publisher||:||Artech House - 2014-05-14|