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Mark Burgess, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Police Federation Mark Burgess, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Police Federation Presentation Transcript

  • Police Federation of Australia RadComms2013
  • RadComm2013 Why Police and Emergency Services need modern mobile broadband communications?
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  • RadComms2013 RadioCommunications Act 1992
  • RadComms2013 Factors in valuing spectrum
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  • RadComms2013 The argument about a dedicated public safety mobile broadband network
  • RadComms2013 The committee recommends the Commonwealth Government allocate sufficient spectrum for dedicated broadband public protection and disaster relief (PPDR) radiocommunications in Australia.
  • RadComms2013 20MHz should be allocated to public safety in either the 700 or 800 band
  • Severity of the incident » Data Dispatch » Automatic Vehicle Location » Records Lookup » Traffic Citations » Resource Tracking » Real-Time Field Supervision » Operational Video » Machine-to-Machine » Fixed, Deployed, Enterprise, Vehicular Video » Remote State, Fed Database Lookups » Remote Applications » Fixed, Deployed Sensors » Detection of CBRNE Threats » Personnel Information » Automated Vehicle Locations » Electronic Command Board » Fireground Management » Computer Aided Dispatch » Tactical Video » Analytics » Perimeter Controls » Hazardous Materials » Data Dispatch » Automatic Vehicle Location » Records Lookup » Traffic Citations » Resource Tracking » Real-Time Field Supervision » Asset Management » Machine-to-Machine Applications Public Safety utilization of broadband resources will vary based on the nature and intensity of the incident Traffic Stops, Patrol, Inspections Demonstrations, Special Events, Hazardous Materials Hurricane, Bridge Collapse, Major Fire Day-to-Day Operations Incident & Event Management Catastrophic Incident » Triage Applications » Telemetry » Internet Access » VoIP Communications » Mobile Data » Asset Management » Evacuee Tracking Applications Applications
  • PUBLIC SAFETY vs. CARRIER NETWORK CARRIER MODEL PUBLIC SAFETY MODEL BUSINESS OBJECTIVE Revenue growth Protect life and property CAPACITY DESIGN For “typical day” For “worst day” COVERAGE DESIGN Based on population density Based on full geographic coverage COMMUNICATIONS DESIGN One-to-one communications One-to-many and Off-network communications BROADBAND DATA NEED Centralized Internet Access and Heavy Download Distributed Access (Traffic is Locally Generated, Logged and Consumed with Heavy Upload) NETWORK RESILIENCY Commercial Grade Mission Critical Hardening SERVICE PRIORITY DIFFERENTIATION Device or application only Dynamic Priority based on Incident Type and User Role SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS Carrier Controlled Device Authentication Only Federated Agency-Based Identity Mgt. User- based Authentication
  • RadComms2013 Did the Federal election change anything?
  • RadComms2013 “The PFA seeks your party’s commitment to provide a minimum of 20 MHz of the 700 or 800 MHz band spectrum for a dedicated mobile broadband network for Australia’s public safety agencies so that inter- operable communications become a reality across the nation”
  • RadComms2013 If elected, a Coalition government will conduct a rigorous cost-benefit analysis into the question of emergency services wireless communications and consider the most cost effective means of upgrading Australia’s law enforcement and emergency services mobile broadband network
  • RadComms2013 The Coalition will continue to carefully investigate this issue and seek to weigh the various competing public interests in consultation with stakeholders and State and Territory Governments.”
  • RadComms2013 On a social cost-benefit basis the benefits of assigning broadband spectrum to dedicated PPDR services on an exclusive basis far outweigh the costs as measured by opportunity cost
  • RadComms2013 There is justification on a cost-benefit basis for allocating the spectrum that is considered sufficient for national needs. In all cases the cost-benefit analysis seems to support a case for up to 20MHz and in every case except Singapore up to 30MHz if necessary.
  • RadComms2013 The decision would need to be based upon a realistic assessment in each country of what contribution broadband would make to reducing the risk of loss
  • RadComms2013 On a cost-benefit basis the opportunity cost is insufficient to justify market-based assignments of spectrum for PPDR purposes.
  • RadComms2013 PFA’s conclusions
  • RadComms2013 Thank you