|Project Summary||Project Information|
The 911 Simulator System will be a tool used by fire departments and other emergency responders to routinely provide 911 training for residents who may not be familiar with how to make emergency calls using the 911 emergency response systems. This training is often provided to school children starting from the 1st grade. Other groups who will benefit from this training include immigrants who cannot communicate in English or Spanish, immigrants from countries with different 911 systems, or individuals who are not familiar with calling for help. A system used for this type of training currently exists, but does not provide the desired functionality.
The goal of this project is to develop a simulator that is portable, accessible for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals through text access and is easy to use in a classroom setting to teach the use of the 911 emergency response system. The expected result is a functional prototype that can be used by emergency responders in the 911 emergency response class.
|Steven Jacobson||-||Moved to team 19330||-|
|Alex Pfadenhauer||CE||Lead Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dania Aceves||EE||Project Manageremail@example.com|
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|MSD I & II||MSD I||MSD II|
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|Project Management||Design Tools||Design Documentation||Implementation||Validation||Presentation & Dissemination|
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