National Public Safety Telecommunications Council
People and Vehicles : Firefighter, Policeman, Police cruiser, Ambulance
Vehicles : Fire truck, Ambulance, Police boat
People : Policemen
Towers : Towers on a ridge
Computers : monitor array
NPSTC Committee Projects
The NPSTC Interoperability Committee was formed to ensure the public safety and public service communities maximize interoperability effectiveness by promoting the concepts of governance, standard operating procedures, technology, training/exercises, and usage described in the OIC, OEC and SAFECOM Interoperability Continuum.  The NPSTC Interoperability Committee currently oversees the activities of the following Working Groups:
The NPSTC Spectrum Management Committee was formed to improve public safety communications by utilizing spectrum management policy and techniques to provide the first responder community with a more effective and efficient communications product.  The Spectrum Management Committee is a strong advocate for the spectrum public safety needs, with efforts focused on spectrum in the 700 MHz band, the T-Band, and the 4.9 GHz band.  They examine the impact of changing standards and regulatory actions in the context of spectrum needs.  The Committee initially prepares all filings and ex parte comments to the FCC, and currently oversees the activities of the following Working Groups:
Specialized Communications Applications
The NPSTC Technology and Broadband Committee was formed to ensure public safety and public service communities maximize communications capabilities by facilitating the best possible utilization of current and future technologies.  The Committee helps these communities maintain a high degree of awareness of technological development, deployment, standardization, and regulation.  The NPSTC Technology and Broadband Committee currently oversees the activities of the following Working Groups: