August 27, 2008 Infrastructure Louisiana SIEC P25 Statewide Communications System Phase I Rollout and Beginning of Phase II Rollout – Current Coverage 54 Sites Currently in Operation (4 of these Sites in Restricted Use) Louisiana SIEC P25 Statewide Communications System Phase II & III Rollout – Expected Completion Date: 1 November 2008 28 - Planned Repeater Sites (Funding Identified in FY08/09 Budget) 54 - Current Repeater Sites in Operation Louisiana SIEC P25 Statewide Communications System Phase IV Rollout – Expected Completion Date: 1 June 2009 32 - Planned Repeater Sites 20 - Sites Funded in FY08/09 Budget 12 - Sites New Budget Request 82 - Repeater Sites Projected to be Operational by June 09 114 Sites - Complete Statewide System Public Safety Interoperable Communications Grant Louisiana SIEC Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) Grant • The SIEC approved the following priorities: – 700 MHz Infrastructure Expansion – Subscriber Units and Consoles – Emerging Technology Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program Louisiana SIEC Location Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Setup for ACU Classroom 1 JPS: ACU 1000 Training 1000 Class Programming Class (Vendor Specific) Regional Classroom 2 Console Training Stage Equipment Communications / Infrastructure (0800 – 1200) Exercise Classroom 3 Programming Class (Vendor Specific) (0800 – 1200) Classroom 4 Radio Class / Radio Class / Radio Class / (2 Classes Daily) Vendor Specific Vendor Specific Vendor Specific Classroom 5 Radio Class / Radio Class / Radio Class / Vendor Specific Vendor Specific Vendor Specific Outreach / Media (2 Classes Daily) Lunch & Hotwash Event (1230 – 1330) Classroom 6 Communications Unit Leader Class (COML) (1300 – 1600) Classroom 7 APCO Dispatch Training Exercise Recovery and Policies and Policies and Policies and Classroom 8 Participation Return to Home Procedures Procedures Procedures Orientation Station Classroom 9 Radio Programming by GOHSEP, DPS, and Vendors Louisiana SIEC Exercise Goals • Deployment of a GOHSEP RapidCOM to provide emergency restoration of voice and data to a designated Parish EOC. • Deployment of a GOHSEP RapidCOM to a designated Parish to provide voice capability and integration of multiple VHF/UHF/700MHz radio systems utilizing an ACU-1000. • Deployment of the GOHSEP and LSP Mobile Command Posts equipped with a WiMax Capability to a designated city to provide a wireless footprint utilizing the 4.9 GHz Spectrum. • Deployment of LANG Air National Guard ASOS teams to provide satellite communications to a Parish EOC. • Deployment of LANG ICE-S system. • Deployment of the State’s P25 Subscriber Unit Cache. • Deployment of one of the State’s Portable Radio Tower to provide restoration of a tower that is off-line. Louisiana SIEC Exercise Goals • Deployment of one of the State’s Portable Radio Towers to provide additional coverage. • Deployment of one of the State’s Portable Radio Towers to provide increased capacity at a designated site. • Utilize HAM Radio Operators to provide voice communications to Regional EOCs and State EOC. • Utilize Virtual Louisiana to provide a common operating picture of all deployed assets and events taking place during the event. • Deployment and integration of the GOHSEP Mobile Data Center to a designated EOC. • Integration of Civil Air Patrol to provide real time imagery of a site being utilized during the Exercise. • Deployment and integration of dedicated Regional I/C Assets • Test effectiveness of newly adopted policies and procedures Louisiana SIEC Tentative Time Line for Regional Interoperable Communications Training and Exercise Event Jan – Mar 2009 Apr – Jun 2009 Jul – Sep 2009 Oct – Dec 2009 Conduct Planning Regions 6, 7 and 8 Regions 2, 4 and 5 Regions 1, 3 and 9 Conferences Office of Emergency Communications Louisiana SIEC National Emergency Communications Plan • Released on 31 July 2008 • Established three goals for a minimum level of interoperable communications: – By 2010, 90% of all high-risk urban areas designated within the UASI can demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies – By 2011, 75% of non-UASI jurisdictions can demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies – By 2013, 75% of all jurisdictions can demonstrate response-level emergency communications within three hours of a significant event, as outlined in the departments national planning scenarios. System Maintenance Louisiana SIEC State of Louisiana Project 25 Network System Management & Maintenance Update Department of Public Safety Radio Communications (225) 925-6036 Louisiana SIEC AGENDA • INFRASTRUCTURE UPDATE • SYSTEM MAINTENANCE • USER AGENCY SYSTEM ACCESS • SUBSCRIBER (RADIO) PROGRAMMING • Q&A Louisiana SIEC Site Summary # of # of Channels Site Name Site Name Channels (Active /Total) (Active Pan Am 20/20 Parker Road 6/6 Bridge City 7/20 Iberville 5/6 Slidell 9/9 Livingston 6/8 Laplace 9/9 Dry Creek 6/6 New Buras 6/6 Oakdale 6/6 Covington 9/9 Opelousas 6/6 Number of Sheridan Baton Rouge 6/9 12/20 Jackson Greensburg 6/6 5/6 Channels are Geismer St. James 7/9 6/9 Rosepine Dequincy 6/6 6/6 Active Larose LSU 6/9 8/20 Avoyelles Alexandria 6/9 9/9 vs. Hammond Gray 6/9 9/9 Trailer 97 Trailer 98 6/9 6/9 Wilmer 8/9 Trailer 99 6/9 Total Abbeville 6/6 Trailer 100 6/9 Berwick 6/6 Gretna (N.Sim) 26/30 at Lafayette 9/9 Galleria (N. Sim) 26/30 Jennings 6/6 WDSU (N. Sim) 26/30 each site Jeanerette Lake Charles 6/6 9/9 Reggio (S. Sim) St. Rosalie (S. Sim) 14/15 14/15 Hackberry 6/6 Kenner 8/10 Rockefeller 6/6 Airport 5/10 Vinton 6/6 Buras 9/10 Parks 8/9 Lafitte 5/10 Ramah 6/9 Leeville 6/10 West Baton Rouge 8/8 Shreveport 6/6 Sage Hill 4/6 Acadia 9/9 Louisiana SIEC System Tower Site Summary Current Coverage Louisiana SIEC Site Summary: 27 Planned Tower Sites # of Timeline Site Name Comments Channels Oct-30-08 Baywood 6 Oct-30-08 Turkey Creek 6 Oct-30-08 Theriot 6 Oct-30-08 Vermillion 9 Oct-30-08 St Tammany 9 Oct-30-08 Pointe Coupee 9 Oct-30-08 Leesville 9 Number of Oct-07-08 Oct-06-08 Wheeling Jena 6 6 Install Complete Many 6 Channels Oct-15-08 Oct-03-08 Ferriday 6 Install Complete Oct-23-08 Jonesboro 6 Planned Oct-13-08 Bellevue Columbia 6 9 Oct-22-08 By Site Oct-14-08 Oct-20-08 Homer Tallulah 6 6 Oct-21-08 Oak Grove 6 Oct-09-08 Ringgold 6 Oct-08-08 Mansfield 6 Oct-17-08 Marion 6 Oct-24-08 Bernice 6 Oct-10-08 Plain Dealing 6 Oct-16-08 Calhoun 6 Oct-30-08 Alexandria 2 9 Oct-30-08 Shreveport 2 9 Oct-30-08 Scott 9 Louisiana SIEC System Tower Site Summary Current Coverage with Planned Coverage Louisiana SIEC Site Implementation Progress • Sites Selected - Install in Progress – Baywood – Pointe Coupee • Sites Selected – Install Pending – Alexandria 2 – Scott – St Tammany – Vermillion – Theriot • Location Defined – Turkey Creek – Leesville – Shreveport 2 Louisiana SIEC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Louisiana SIEC Preventative Maintenance • Periodic Site Inspections & Associated Tests • Conducted by Factory trained personnel & DPS Radio Technicians • Type of Services Performed – Replace/Repair Site ancillary equipment (Air Conditioning, Generators, etc.) – Annual testing of RF Site Equipment – Software Updates – Information Assurance Updates Louisiana SIEC System Level Statistics • Number of PTT’s • Busies • Call duration • Number of Sites used per Call • % Utilization by site • % Utilization by Talkgroup • Affiliations System Statistics Enables Future Planning for System Enhancements Louisiana SIEC System “User” Growth Louisiana SIEC Total System PTT - Monthly Louisiana SIEC Total Calls, PTT and Busies June 2006 to June 2008 TOTAL PTTs TOTAL CALLS TOTAL BUSIES Louisiana SIEC Zone 1 Total Sites Used per Call (Initiated from Zone 1) Louisiana SIEC Zone 2 Total Sites Used per Call (Initiated from Zone 2) Louisiana SIEC Average Weekly Usage Louisiana SIEC USER AGENCY SYSTEM ACCESS Louisiana SIEC Agencies Added Last Month Genesis Specialty Hospital 535 Suite B Commerce St. Gretna, La 70056 L.E. Fletcher Tech. Comm. College 310 St. Charles St. Houma, La 70360 Evangeline Parish Communication Dist. 415 W. Cotton St. Ville Platte, La 70586 New Iberia Fire Department 224 Prairie Ave. New Iberia, la 70560 West Carroll Parish Sheriff's Office P.O. Box 744 Oak Grove, La 71263 Louisiana SIEC P25 System Access Coordination • Statewide P25 700/800 MHz system access is open to all first responders. • Agency subscribers (radios) are required to be P25 compliant with ability to operate on both 700 and 800 MHz frequencies. Louisiana SIEC User Agency Access Guidelines 1. Submit Agency Information form. 2. Submit Talkgroup Request 3. Submit Radio Serial #s / Aliases SYSTEM USER FORMS ONLINE http://siec.la.gov or http://www.ohsep.louisiana.gov/interop.htm Louisiana SIEC SUBSCRIBER (RADIO) PROGRAMMING Louisiana SIEC Programming • Programming of radios shall be arranged by the user agencies • All radios shall be programmed with the system-wide common interoperable & coordination talk groups • Programming Advanced System Keys (ASK) will be purchased by requesting agencies • Request for another agency’s Talk groups must be accompanied by Letter of Approval from respective agency • No agency shall assign Talk group or Unit IDs • No agency shall program any Talk groups assigned to another agency without written consent Louisiana SIEC DPS Radio Communications will provide fleet mapping • User Security Group • User “Talkgroup Prefix” • Individual Radio IDs • Individual Talkgroup IDs Louisiana Interoperability Strategic Technology Reserve A variety of communication resources are available for immediate deployment in an 100’ Extendable Tower emergency or major incident. These assets are available upon request by local and state agencies through Emergency Support Function (ESF) 2 • Radio Caches Several caches of extra radios are maintained by DPSS to deploy in connection with a specific public safety response. – SIEC (200) Portable Radios, Located in Baton Rouge at DPS Radio Communications – Internet Intranet SIE (135) Portable Radios, Located in Baton /Rouge at GOHSEP – LSP (144) Portable Radios, (15)Satellite Connectivity remaining at DPS Radio Communications per Troop Headquarters and the P25 System • Mobile Command Posts Satellite Connectivity ESF 2 has three Mobile Command Posts. Though not all inclusive, these command posts are equipped with 700/800 MHz, VHF, UHF, aviation and HF radio communications systems, IP gateway devices, satellite communications, video teleconferencing, telephone and computer systems. – LSP (2), Located in Baton Rouge due to ongoing maintenance and system checks – GOHSEP (1), Located in Baton Rouge due to ongoing maintenance and system checks • Mobile Communications Equipment Trailers There are three state owned mobile command trailers in the ESF 2 inventory. These trailers are equipped with 700/800 MHz P25 trunked site, 800 MHz mutual aid repeaters, VHF/UHF mutual aid base stations, interoperability gateway and internet and Voice-Over IP access. – SIEC (2), 1-Located in Greater New Orleans Area and 1-Ouachita Parish – LSP (1), Located in Baton Rouge – LSP (1), Located in Baton Rouge without portable tower Louisiana Interoperability Strategic Technology Reserve • Interoperable Communications Extension System (ICE_S) The Louisiana National Guard owns and maintains one ICE_S, a mobile tower with satellite backhaul and 100 cell phones provisioned to operate on that tower as well as commercial networks. ICE_S is one of 24 systems currently in operation with the Army and Air National Guard, Northern Command, and FEMA. These other systems are available to the LANG upon request in times of emergency. – LANG (1) • Rapid Restoration of Communications (RapidCom) This mobile trailer provides immediate on -site communications enhancement or supplementation to local governments when deployed from GOHSEP headquarters. There are three units available, each having the following capabilities: radio communications, satellite connectivity, voice over IP telephony, and wireless network and internet connectivity. – GOHSEP (3), Located in Baton Rouge • Satellite Trailer – LSP (1), Located in Baton Rouge • Mobile Data Center Trailer The data trailer contains servers to support phone & data stations at a location that has lost assets. 70-VOIP telephones and 70 laptops. – GOHSEP (1), Located in Baton Rouge • Bridging Devices – Located statewide to connect non state systems to the statewide system for emergency events Louisiana Interoperability SIEC & LSP Mobile Communications Equipment Trailer (3 with portable tower & 1 without) 100’ Extendable Tower Internet / Intranet P25 System Satellite Connectivity Satellite Connectivity • 700 / 800 MHz P25 TRUNKED SITE • INTEROPERABILITY GATEWAY • 800 MHz MUTUAL AID REPEATERS • INTERNET & VOIP ACCESS • VHF / UHF MUTUAL AID BASE STATIONS Louisiana Interoperability Q&A Unified Command Group Unified Unified Commander (Governor) Deputy Unified Commander (GOHSEP Director) Command Unified Command Staff - GOHSEP ESF-2, 5, 7, 15 (JIC), Legislative Group ESF-14 (Community Recovery, Mitigation) & Economic Stabilization) Liaison Lead Agency Secretaries Emergency Support Function Secretary of Transportation & Development ESF-1 & 3 Superintendent of State Police ESF-2, 10, 13 The Adjutant General ESF-2, 7, 16 Commissioner of Agriculture ESF-4 & 11 Secretary of Social Services ESF-6 Secretary of Public Safety ESF-6 Commissioner of Administration ESF-7 Secretary of Health & Hospitals ESF-8 Secretary of Wildlife & Fisheries ESF-9 Secretary of Environmental Quality ESF-10 Secretary of Natural Resources ESF-12 Public Service Commission ESF-12 The Attorney General ESF-13 Governor’s Oil Spill Coordinator ESF-10 Workforce Development Interoperability Website Louisiana SIEC Interoperability Website http://www.ohsep.louisiana.gov/interop.htm Louisiana SIEC Louisiana SIEC System Name Louisiana SIEC Proposed Names for Louisiana Statewide Interoperable System • LA-SINC Louisiana Statewide Interoperable Network for Communications • LASICS Louisiana Statewide Interoperable Communication System • LASI Louisiana Statewide Interoperability • LA-WICS or WICS-LA Louisiana Wireless Interoperable Communications System • LAWIN Louisiana Wireless Interoperable Network • LICN or LAICN Louisiana Interoperable Communications Network • LICS or LAICS Louisiana Interoperable Communications System • LA-PSIN Louisiana Public Safety Interoperable Network Louisiana SIEC Tools for Naming System Build Words Other Statewide Louisiana (L/La) Interoperability Names System (S) LA-RICS Statewide (S/St) NEVCOM Shared (S/Sh) MSWIN Interoperable (I) STARS Communications (C) SLERS GTRI First Responder ( F/Fr/FR) MARCS Wireless (W) Public Safety (P/PS) Environment (E) Louisiana SIEC Questions?
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