99 Exhibitor Information

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Exhibitor Information

Charlotte, North Carolina


Click here for a list of NENA ’99 exhibitors. Is your companylisted? Is your competition?

The Charlotte Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCVB)

The National Emergency Number Association looks forward to welcomingyou to Charlotte, NC for its 1999 Annual Conference and Trade Show, June 13-17, 1999 .This extraordinary event owes much of its success to the great support it has receivedfrom the public safety exhibitors.

Why is the number of exhibits growing at such a dramatic rate?Because exhibitors are guaranteed exposure to a large , quality audience of 9-1-1professionals from North America and overseas. (We have already outsold last years totalexhibit space.)

Why do the NENA’s exhibiting companies return year after year to theAnnual Conference? Because their results are impressive. Simply put, they seek contactsand visibility and the NENA conference delivers just that.

Whether you are considering exhibiting for the first time orcontinuing a tradition At this meeting, we highly recommend that you exhibit in 1999. It’sthe only place you can reach the people who count in 9-1-1. The NENA conference attendeesare looking for products and services like yours to help them serve their agencies andcommunities.

Please review these pages and sign up for your exhibit space NOW!You won’t want to miss this event!

What is the NENA Annual Conference?

The NENA Annual Conference provides a forum for 9-1-1 professionalsto meet and discuss issues, share ideas, and solve problems. The educational programfeatures speakers from the industry, state and local governments, and state and nationalregulatory agencies.

Products & Services

If you have a product or service to sell to the telephone companiesor agencies in the 9-1-1 field, then the NENA Annual Conference is the only place for you!This is the only show where you can showcase your product or service to such a large,quality audience of 9-1-1 professionals:

State, City, County and Township Officials 9-1-1 Coordinators Policeand Fire Department Chiefs Communication Managers and Supervisors Telephone Company 9-1 -1Specialists, Managers & Executives

These people purchase:

PSAP Equipment / Data Management Hardware & Software / CADDispatching systems / Radios and Radio Consoles / County Mapping & Surveying /Telecommunications Equipment & Services / Recording Equipment & Supplies /Engineering, Network and Data Base Consulting Services

Education Sessions

The NENA Annual Conference has become known as the only conferenceto convene for a 3-1/2 day schedule of 9-1-1 related educational sessions and trade show.NENA offers a total of over 60 sessions – not only for those wanting to upgrade and/orexpand an existing system but also for those in the planning stages of 9-1-1.

Workshop Tracks include:

Operations / Wireless 9-1-1 / Training / Disaster Recovery / 9-1-1Implementation / Americans with Disabilities Act / Public Education / Data Base Management/ Rural Addressing / Administration Legal and National Issues / Technical Aspects of 9-1-1/ Implementing Rural 9-1-1 / Geographic Information Systems / Telephone Industry Interests/ 9-1-1 Center Management

1998 Attendee Profiles

The numbers clearly show that the attendees of the NENAAnnual Conference are the people you need to reach.  With 56% in theDirector, Coordinator, Agency Head, and Supervisor classifications and 61%in the Government Agency, 9-1-1 Board, Police and Fire Department employercategories you can tell that this is the audience that is ready to make decisions.

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Exhibit space rental information

The Fee for Each Booth Includes:

Two Exhibitor Registrations per 100 sq. ft. (additional passesavailable for a fee)

Draped back wall and sidewall for in-line booths

Listing in the March and June NENA News

Listing in the 1997 Conference Program Guide

24 Hour Security

Daily aisle maintenance

One complete set of mailing labels of conference attendees (uponrequest)

Booth Cost:

$1,400 per 100 sq. ft. (10×10) in any configuration

10×10 = $1,400 / 20×20 = $5,600 / 20×30 = $8,400 20×40 = $11,200 /30×30 = $12,600 / 30×50 = $21,000

Selection of Exhibit Space Past NENA exhibitors are offered boothspace selection priority based on the number of consecutive years as an exhibitor. (SeeExhibit Rules and Regulations on back side of the Application for Exhibit Space). Priorityselection will be made during the scheduled times at the Baltimore ’97Conference.Additional exhibitors will be allocated space on a first come, first served basis.

All booth space reservations must be received with a 50% deposit forthe space being reserved. Final allocation of exhibit space will be made by NENA.

Exhibitor Conference Registration

All exhibitors and their staff must register for the conferenceon the Exhibitor Conference Registration form. (You will receive this form after yourapplication and deposit have been received by NENA). Two (2) exhibitor registrations areincluded per 100 square feet, i.e. a 20′ X 20′ includes eight (8) exhibitor registrations.

Exhibitor registration includes registration materials, welcomereception, admittance to exhibit hall and conference workshops. Registration does NOTinclude the final night banquet or special optional events. Tickets for these events maybe purchased separately.

Is your company listed? No? But is your competition?

Below is a list of the current 1999 NENA Annual ConferenceExhibitors.

The National Emergency Number Association (NENA) has alreadycontracted over 65 companies who don?t want to miss the opportunity to speak face toface with over 2400 attendees which include 9-1-1 Supervisors, Directors, and Managers.The 1999 NENA Annual Conference in Charlotte is the place where all the companies to theright will have that selling opportunity. You can?t afford to miss out on thisopportunity. Please find enclosed all the materials that are needed to take advantage ofthe NENA ?99 Conference.

Don?t miss the 1999 NENA Annual Conference!!!Sign up TODAY!!

Call Tim Rorris at 614-459-7707 for booth availability and anyquestions!

Is your Company listed below?  Is your competition?


Advanced System Technology, Inc.

Ameriphone, Inc.

Avtec Inc.

Baker GeoResearch, Inc.

Baker Information Technologies



Cerulean Technology, Inc.

CML Technologies Inc.

Computer Information Systems Inc.

Concept Seating, Inc.


Dictaphone Corporation

Dispatch Products Company

DTN Weather Center

Dynamic Instruments, Inc.

Emergency Services integrators, LLC.

EmergiTech, Inc.

Environmental Systems Research Institute




Eventide, Inc.

Eyretel USA

Frederick G. Griffin, P.C.

G & B Technologies, Inc.

Geac Public Safety, Inc.

General Motors OnStar

Geographic Data Technology


HBF Group, Inc.

Hitech Systems, Inc.

HTE Public Safety


Institute for Disabilitites Research and Training

Integrated Data Communications

InterACT Systems

Intergraph Public Safety

JEI Communications Recording Systems

KSI, Inc.

L. Robert Kimball & Assoc.

LAS Systems, Inc.

Lightning Masters Corporation

Locution Systems, Inc.

Logistic Systems, Inc.

Lucent Technologies

Medical Priority Consultants, Inc.

Mercom Systems

microDATA GIS/Modis

Microwave Data Systems

Mobile Radio Technology

Modular Communications Systems

Motorola C & E, Inc.

MSAG Data Consultants, Inc.

Network Orange, Inc.

New World Systems

Nine One One, Inc.


Northern Technologies, Inc.

Online Interpreters, Inc.

Open Software Solutions, Inc.

Orbacom Systems, Inc.

Plant Equipment, Inc.

Positron Public Safety Systems, Corp.

PowerPhone, Inc.

PRC Public Sector, Inc.

PRINTRAK International, Inc.

Proctor & Associates, Inc.

Professional Pride Training Company

PSAP Data Resources, Inc.

PTS Solutions, Inc.

Public Safety Product News

Public Safety Systems Inc.

Racal Recorders, Inc.

Radio Resource Magazine

RCC Consultants, Inc.

Red Sky Technologies Inc.


SCC Communications Corp.

Software Corporations of America

Southern Software, Inc.

Spectracom Corporation

Stancil Corporation

Suncoast Scientific Incorporated

TCI (Tel Control Inc.)

TEAC America, Inc.

Tekton, Inc.

Telcordia Technologies

Tiburon, Inc


TriTech Software Systems



Ultratec, Inc.

Valor Systems, Inc.

VFP, Inc.

Vision Software, Inc.

W Clark & Associates, Ltd.

Waldmann Lighting Company

Watson Furniture Systems

Xtend Communications Corp.

XYBIX Ergonomic Systems

XYPOINT Corporation

Zetron, Inc.

If you have any questions or would like a complete exhibitpackage mailed please contact Tim Rorris (NENA Exhibit Manager) at 614-459-7707 oremail me at [email protected]

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