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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and
location accuracy are critical components for locating a 9-1-1 emergency caller
quickly and efficiently. GIS data is used in all 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering
Points (PSAPs) today for map displays, call routing and address verification.
As 9-1-1 transitions into the future and uses new technology for locating a
9-1-1 caller, it is crucial that the location of the caller is correct and
accurate. The 9-1-1 Program continues to partner with local, state and federal
partners as well as industry leaders to develop, maintain and support quality
GIS location data.
Interacting and Exchanging Ideas with Peers and Informing and Participating in Training
Each August since 2006, the State 9-1-1 Program has sponsored and planned Oregon’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping and Master Street Address Guide (MSAG) Coordinator Conference.
This annual 2-3 day meeting is an invaluable opportunity for all participants to:
Thanks to generous and repeated support from industry partners, the conference is provided at no-cost to GIS data providers/maintainers, MSAG coordinators, 9-1-1 mapping professionals and telecommunicators, state/local government leaders, private sector vendors and telecommunication partners.
2016 11th Annual MSAG/GIS Coordinators Conference
2015 10th Annual MSAG/GIS Coordinators Conference
Standards, Communication, Planning and Financial Administration
The 9-1-1 Program is committed to consistency, improvement and compliance in matters related to Oregon’s 9-1-1 mapping systems. The program’s Geographic Information System (GIS) staff lead statewide coordination efforts in the following areas:
GIS/MSAG Related Documents
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