On demand webinar

Simplifying Public Safety Surveys

Do you want to learn more about performing site surveys & grid tests for public safety networks?

Surveying, grid testing, and deploying public safety networks can be a cumbersome process, and if not done correctly, it can lead to not getting networks approved and higher costs. In fact, about 90% of grid test submissions get currently rejected by the AHJs (Authorities Having Jurisdiction).

Our speakers, Robin Mitchell and Kelly Burroughs, are walking you through the entire process of surveying and grid testing public safety networks, focusing on simplification and proper implementation.

Robin and Kelly are covering the following topics:

  • Importance of doing Public Safety Surveys and Grid Tests
  • Lifecycle of Public Safety network deployment
  • Network reporting and its simplification
  • Walking through Public Safety Survey and Grid Test (Demo)
  • Demo of our Grid Test and Epiq PRiSM™ Scanner

Presented by:

Robin Mitchell

Robin Mitchell
Sales Engineering Manager
iBwave Solutions

Kelly Burroughs

Kelly Burroughs
Solutions Director, Enterprise
iBwave Solutions

About the Presenters:

Robin Mitchell
Robin is a dedicated professional with over 28 years of design and performance engineering experience in the Wireless Telecommunications Industry with a thorough knowledge of wireless infrastructure and protocols. From working with teams integrating the first CDMA Network for Alltel Wireless to In-Building and Small Cell Design with Verizon Wireless, he has been an early adopter of many of the industry’s implementation, optimization, and design tools. He is also an iBwave Design Level 2 Certified Instructor. Most recently acquiring his CWNA and CWDP.

Kelly Burroughs
Kelly Burroughs has worked in the wireless industry over the last 8 years in a variety of roles. Her background in product, marketing, and wireless jokes makes her a triple threat in the industry. When she’s not busy trying to improve the wireless survey & design experience for customers, she can be found writing wireless jokes that make even the most dedicated network engineer smile (or roll their eyes).

Webinar: Simplifying Public Safety Surveys