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In the pursuit of fulfilling the Next Generation 9-1-1 initiative, many organizations and entities find themselves struggling to distil data that is useful. This is precisely why the implementation of an automated data supply chain between all levels of data sharing is essential. However, creating workflows on geospatial datasets to perform validation and integration is not a trivial task and requires expertise and cutting-edge tools to achieve.

At 1Spatial, we have developed a Next Generation 9-1-1 pre-packaged solution to ensure emergency service entities share with their communities only data that has been validated and integrated, maintaining a “single source of truth.” Our geospatial data solution is built on rules-based automated processes leveraging our Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) products—1Integrate and 1Data Gateway—that go beyond just meeting the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards. The core business rules include identifying inconsistency in data, e.g., where address number fields contain values other than positive integers, and cross-checking and synchronizing accurate data relationships, e.g., matching address points along road centerlines and checking MSAG against road centerlines.

Our solution implementations give individual organizations and entities the ability to customize data rules, further ensuring that this solution fits their spatial data infrastructure (SDI.) This presentation will cover how the solution works and how it is empowering states like Michigan, Georgia, Minnesota, Arizona, and California as well as local governments like Los Angeles County to get their 911 data ready for the Next Generation.

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