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5G will free that equipment so that it no longer needs to be tied down, enabling optimal configuration options to maximize productivity. The lack of latency also makes warehouses safer. An operator can run the equipment from another part of the world and adjustments will occur in real time.
The Orleans Parish Communication District (OPCD), in partnership with the City of New Orleans and AT&T, held a press conference to announce the upcoming modernization of 9-1-1 services infrastructure within Orleans Parish to NextGen 9-1-1 capabilities.
The Jefferson County 911 Administrative Board approved a $2.9 million budget for 2021 on Thursday for the Metropolitan Emergency Communications Association (MECA) as well as the transfer of 911 money to fund a new computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system, the first such system upgrade the communications center has had since 2007.
These laws include: tougher requirements under the State's “Mini-WARN” Act; a CROWN Act, which expands the law to prohibit discrimination based on hair style; an amendment to the Equal Pay for Equal Work law; and a ban on salary history inquiries.
Less than four months, Mississippi leaders hope. Federal law requires the state spend its COVID-19 relief funds, including $55 million to offer workforce training through a program called ReSkill MS, before the end of the year.