EAAC Exhibition Fair of “Text-to-9-1-1” Mobile Solutions

On March 28th and 29th, 2012, the Federal Communications Commission’s Emergency Access Advisory Committee (EAAC) is sponsoring an Exhibition Fair of “text-to-9-1-1” mobile solutions in its Technology Experience Center.

One of the EAAC’s recommendations covers “text-to-911” mobile solutions that can be rapidly deployed to provide nationwide access to 9-1-1 services to people with disabilities during the transition to NG911. The EAAC is sponsoring an opportunity for the public to view exhibits and/or demonstrations of existing and potential text-to-911 technologies and applications. The exhibits will be displayed in the Commission’s Technology Experience Center, located at the Commission’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.

All interested parties should submit a request to exhibit their “text-to-911” products and/or services at the upcoming Exhibition Fair. If interested in exhibiting, please contact the exhibit coordinator at EAAC@fcc.gov as soon as possible to express your interest in participating, and submit a description of your proposed exhibit and demonstration by close of business Wednesday, March 14th, 2012.

Additional information regarding the EAAC can be found at www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/emergency-access-advisory-committee-eaac.  For more information, contact Cheryl King at 202/418-2284 or Cheryl.king@fcc.gov or Patrick Donovan at 202/418-2413 or patrick.donovan@fcc.gov.

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