Nearly a decade after the 9/11 tragedy, our first responders still lack a nationwide public safety mobile broadband communications network, even though such a network could improve emergency response and homeland security.
With a nationwide and state public safety broadband wireless network, first responders will be able to send and receive video and data in moments, improving their ability to communicate with each other and the public.
Broadband can provide teachers with apparatuses that enable understudies to take in a similar course material in half the time. The capacity to take an interest in class homework and exercises through a broadband connection is essential for students to build up the attitudes to be successful.
Broadband and health IT will transform health care in America and in Montana by simultaneously enabling better outcomes and lowering costs. Broadband and health IT will transform health care, Electronic Health Records, and Remote Monitoring.
Broadband can build free to government data and give better ways for citizens to participate in their democracy and community. Broadband can inform our communities and increase the level of citizen participation to strengthen local communities and the fabric of America’s democracy. It can also expand opportunities to weave citizen-based innovation and collaboration into our government.
Always-on broadband connections enable e-commerce and 24-hour transactions across the globe. Broadband can allow businesses, workers, and communities a way to introduce themselves and their products to new markets and to new opportunities. Rural Montana can sell/purchase and network anytime, anywhere.