Edwin Tromp – Innovations in Mobile Communication for Emergency services


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CORVÉ pre-conference – Tuesday Dec 14th 2010

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  • Offering ComponentsTransformation frameworkthat offers court administrators and staff the guidance to complete the necessary process change management to fully take advantage of the efficiencies and benefits that these applications offerFoundational technology architecture on which multiple court-specific communications and collaboration applications can be built and scaledSolutions, partnerships, and alliances with key court application delivery vendors that offer contextually relevant solutions to the courts
  • Very important slideKey message: today the market is highly analog, prorietary and siloed, most of the budget goes into guns, guards, gatesThe change catalysts force customers to adopt open standardsto achieve interop, integration, real time intelligenceOnly a network as the platform can help to improve interop, integration, common op picture and situational awarenessExplanation:Global focus: means international threads (example is London bombing where the 4th terrorist was only caught in Rome after being able to cross three borders)New comms and info channels means: traditional radio (analog and digital) is not sufficient any more, customers require GIS, video, chat, rich media in detecting, decision making, respondingTight budgets: means almost everywhere in Europe the forces have to save around 30% in the next 3 years while their current budget is already fully consumed by OPEX
  • Edwin Tromp – Innovations in Mobile Communication for Emergency services

    1. 1. Future Internet Conference<br />Innovations in Mobile Communications for emergency services<br />
    2. 2. Innovations in Mobile Communication for emergency services<br />Innovation examples: ADAMO & U2010<br />The challenge of Safety & Security<br />Transitions<br />Supporting Innovation: <br />Linking to business by using enterprise architecture<br />Edwin Tromp<br />Vertical Solution architect<br />etromp@cisco.com<br />
    3. 3. WHAT have we seen in the demonstration?<br />Mobile Ready Net <br />Technologies for<br />Tactical Mobility <br />
    4. 4. From invention to innovation<br />GEOBIPS/ ADAMO<br />full disaster approach with multiple disciplines (fire department-police-ambulance)<br />sensor data sharing on oxygen & gas alerts etc<br />U2010<br />Ubiquitous IP centric Government & Enterprise Next Generation Networks Vision 2010<br />Situational awareness.<br />BeViTTS<br />tagging for victim tracking and tracing <br />
    5. 5. Leaders tell us what can be improved<br />Common operational picture<br />Situational awareness<br />Integration<br />Interoperability<br />
    6. 6. <ul><li>Convergence to enterprise architecture based platform solutions providing:
    7. 7. Common operating picture
    8. 8. Interoperability
    9. 9. Integrated systems
    10. 10. Operational efficiency
    11. 11. Global focus
    12. 12. New communications and information channels
    13. 13. Tightening budgets
    14. 14. Need for faster and better real-time intelligence
    15. 15. Physical security
    16. 16. Guns, guards and gates
    17. 17. Analog, proprietary and siloed</li></ul>Domain Transitions<br />Today<br />Change Catalysts<br />Yesterday<br />
    18. 18. Linking business to technology: Enterprise Architecture<br />
    19. 19. Why Architecture<br />Manage complex relation between Business and IT<br />Delivers abstraction (visual models), communication and management tools<br />Define/ predict<br />Performance, risk and costs<br />The 3 drivers<br />Business IT alignment<br />Business agility<br />Complexity and Cost control<br />But for all: Make sure innovation is embedded in the right way in the business process!!! <br />innovation = Creativity + implementation.<br />Automating current manual/ verbal processes<br />Otherwise it will not raise above the level of an invention<br />
    20. 20. Example using MODAFStV-1 (Strategic View 1)<br />Enabling first responder to act accurate and effective to improve the public safety and citizen well behaving. <br />Public safety and security is a complex and rapidly evolving discipline. It is a area where close collaboration and coordination will help in being effective in both day to day work as during moments of crisis .<br /><< enterprise goal >><br />High level goal<br />Enhance Interagency Coordination and Collaboration<br /><< enterprise goal >><br /><< enterprise goal >><br /><< enterprise goal >><br />Goal 3<br />Goal 1<br />Goal 2<br />Enable effects based operations<br />Enable cost effectiveness<br />Enable interoperability<br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br /><<capability>><br />Sustainability<br />Information centricity<br />Compatibility<br />Commonality<br />Secure operations<br />Ad-hoc Interaction<br />Scalability<br />Availability<br />
    21. 21. OV-1 National Security capability view<br />Command<br />post<br />Dispatch<br />center<br />3,4G<br />WiMax<br />Convoy, patrol<br />Incident area<br />
    22. 22. Coming to a conclusion<br />
    23. 23. Take aways<br />Joint work (research & development) between Government, Universities and market can deliver new capabilities that addresses gaps in the business processes<br />Enterprise Architectures can help to identify the gaps and make new technology successful<br />INNOVATION!!!!<br />