Project 25 Technology Information Group

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Project 25 Technology Information Group

Join PTIG at IWCE in Orlando March 5-8 2018 to get the latest updates and new information on Project 25 Systems, Case Studies, and the P25 Standards.

See us at the PTIG Booth # 2545

  • View the latest, interoperable, P25 products and services
  • Meet with P25 System administrators and practitioners
  • Get Answers for your P25 questions from Industry technical experts and Consulting Groups

Attend PTIG P25 Panels and Sessions

Note: registration fees required by IWCE to attend these sessions  

P25 Foundations:

Monday March 5th **8:30 AM to 11:30 AM** Room N320GH

Offers an overview of the P25 Standards, Interfaces and applications for P25 Conventional and Trunked technologies.  New P25 standards document releases and future work direction will be covered.  The 2018 Focus will be on ISSI/CSSI interoperability between P25 Systems, New Link Layer Encryption and Key fill device standards, P25 for Emergency Communications, and use of P25 in System Procurement and Upgrades.

P25 User Experience:

Monday March 5th **2:30 PM to 5:30 PM **Room N320GH


Offers Project 25 user experiences and P25 system case studies.  It is structured as a series of presentations from a diverse user group including Federal, State and Local government Systems.  Presentations include P25 system description, its scope, capabilities, agencies served, development history, interoperability achieved, issues resolved, and lessons learned.  Governance structure, and revenue sources will be presented as well as costs for user agency participation.  P25 System interface to Public Safety Broad-band data, and migration will be shared.  

Del Smith, Alaska ALMR (Moderator), Cindy Cast, Miami Dade County FL, Brad Stoddard, State of Michigan, John Richards, State of Maine, Keith LaPlant, United States Coast Guard, Jim Downes, DHS OEC, Chief Lorin Mock, Clay County FL, James Miller, Hamilton County IN, John Valarelli, MTA Police, Long Island NY, Allen Wonder, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Washington DC, Stephen Nichols, Project 25 Technology Interest Group


P25 Security: New Standards, Applications, Interoperability:

Wednesday March 7th 4:15 PM to 5:30 PM Room N220E

P25 System Security and Encryption has become increasingly important to protect mission critical communications from unauthorized listeners.  The session will cover: P25 Security Standards updates, enhanced sharing between Key management facilities and devices; and a future new P25 Link Layer Encryption standard.  P25 Authentication and AES encryption applications will be detailed.  Proper planning and coordination is essential to maintain effective communications interoperability.  The panel will address guidelines and best practices for Encryption planning and radio programming applications.






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