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"From Cooperation to Collaboration"
Join us for Canada's premiere communications interoperability event from November 30 to December 3, 2014 in Ottawa. The Eighth Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop, widely known as CITIG Eight, will again break new ground on key voice and data interoperability issues facing today's public safety sector. The focus on information exchange, topic-specific discussion and interactive break-outs aims to support and promote the transfer of best practices and experience, and the development of a more unified approach to public safety interoperability across the country, between nations and internationally.
The Workshop itself will feature hands-on sessions designed to help delegates gain an understanding of, or work toward making progress on, key issues, including:
- National and cross-border interoperability planning
- Provincial, regional and local interoperability strategic planning
- Next Generation (NG) 9-1-1 and its future in Canada and beyond
- 700 MHz Broadband for Mission Critical Public Safety Data and related spectrum management issues
- Trends in interoperability technology, including both voice- and data-related issues
- Situational awareness, common/user defined operating pictures, precision information environments, GIS systems, blue force tracking and location based services
- Social Media for Emergency Management (#SMEM)
From early adopters leading the effort to those still in discovery mode, you will be put to work! CITIG Eight is the only comprehensive, highly interactive event in Canada dedicated to addressing key voice and data interoperability issues facing today's public safety sector.
Registration, sponsorship and exhibit information now available at www.cacp.ca, or call 613.595.1101 for assistance.
Who should attend CITIG Eight?
Interoperability leaders and practitioners from:
- First-responder agencies (law enforcement, fire, paramedics, emergency managers)
- Other public safety providers (federal, provincial, territorial, municipal)
- Military and Coast Guard
- Government agencies and utilities
- Non-governmental organizations in the emergency response and humanitarian aid sphere
- Academic and research institutions
The Fairmont Château Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa, ON
CITIG Workshop Rate: $169 plus taxes per night. Call: 1-800-441-1414. Room Block: Held until November 1, 2014 (prices are not guaranteed after this date).
Unfortunately, the Fairmont is now sold out (waiting list only). Alternate area hotels include:
- Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa (350 Dalhousie St., Ottawa, ON K1N 7E9)
- Novotel Ottawa (33 Nicholas St., Ottawa, ON K1N 9M7)
- Lord Elgin Hotel (100 Elgin St., Ottawa, ON K1P 5K8)
$529 + HST ($597.77) payable to Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police prior to the conference by Visa, Master Card or cheque (includes all plenary sessions, Monday evening exhibitors reception, three breakfasts, two lunches and five refreshment breaks). If payment is not received prior to the conference, delegates must provide a credit card number or purchase order to gain admission to the conference.
***Please note conference sessions will only be offered in English***