Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications

1,628

Published on

Ubiquitous public safety communications …

Ubiquitous public safety communications
Ole Arrhenius, EADS Secure Networks

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,628
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Ubiquitous Public Safety Communications Ole Arrhenius EADS DCS Sales and Marketing EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 1
  • 2. Defence and Communications Systems/Secure Networks Content • EADS • TETRA • New challenges facing public security systems • Benefits from integrating 112 system with EADS TETRA communications system • Example of using integrated systems for securing big events • Future visions
  • 3. EADS – European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 3
  • 4. EADS Defence & Security Security & Communication Solutions 4
  • 5. Defence and Communication Systems (DCS) business unit Finland’s largest investors in R&D 2008 R&D Revenue R&D % Security & Communication Solutions (SCS) million € million € of revenue 1 Nokia 5968 50 710 11,8 2 Metso 148 6 400 2,3 Secure Networks Oy 3 ABB 123 2 446 5 … - 350 employes in Helsinki and Jyväskylä 17 Neste Oil 37 15 043 0,2 - ranked as the 22 biggest R&D investor in Finland 18 Patria 28 535 5,2 … - main focus on TETRA technology 21 Fortum 27 5 636 0,5 22 EADS 26 156 16,7 23 F-Secure 25 113 22,1 24 Vaisala 25 242 10,3 EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 5
  • 6. Three complementary businesses areas Emergency Communications response • PMR systems • PMR terminals • Control room • Mobile solutions high-speed • Field applications data • Emergency notification Complete solutions and services Security • Solution architecture • End-to-end capability • High grade cryptography EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 6
  • 7. TETRA - Radio communication technology for professional users • TETRA is the name of the standard the same way as GSM is the name of the standard for cellular communication • TETRA = TErrestrial Trunked RAdio Objectives of developing TETRA standard: • Define a purpose built new digital radio communication (PMR) technology to fulfill the needs of public safety and other professional users to substitute old analogue systems • Developed together with users, manufacturers and regulators • Efficient use of spectrum European Telecommunications Standards Institute EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 7
  • 8. TETRA – spectrum-efficient TDMA • 4:1 TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) • 4 channels per 25 kHz RF carrier • 25 kHz channel spacing • Voice and data 4 channels 36 kbits/s 12 gross bit 34 rate Carrier Four user channels multiplexed into one 25 kHz carrier Spectrum efficiency EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 8
  • 9. TETRA - Purpose built technology for mission critical communication • Specialized group communication •Group communication (one-to-many communication) • High availability •Push-to-talk, instant call connection in less •Redundancy than 0.5 s •Pre-emptive priorities •Queueing of resources •Direct Mode Operation • Uncompromising security (DMO) • Authentication • Air interface encryption •Base station fallback • end-to-end encryption • Disabling of stolen radios • Advanced data services •Status- and text messaging and IP packet data •High speed data EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 9
  • 10. Connections to TETRA networks Connection to public telephone Direct connection to telephone network and cellular networks, Warning Centre switches of hospitals and other key voice and messaging organizations PABX PSTN Inform civil authorities, foreign governments and other relevant parties GSM Local public announcement and warning systems to alert citizens Local authorities Command and control centres using TETRA
  • 11. TETRA terminals EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 11
  • 12. Technical and operative management are separated in TETRA to guarantee privacy Dispatcher manages virtual private networks Co-operation Ambulance group 1 Police group 1 group 1 DWS Technical operator manages physical radio network Physical DXTip DXTip DXTip radio network EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 12
  • 13. Chain of Emergency management Police communication Emergency Call reception Call dispatch Call positioning 911 / 112 and mapping Fire brigades communication Citizens Medical urgency Authority co-operation communication Situation awareness Defence communication Emergency Notification Reverse 911/112 Business critical communication EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 13
  • 14. Application solutions Control Room solutions Mobile Data solutions Tactical Emergency situation response awareness Site protection Mobile video Offender Portable data tracking EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 14
  • 15. Enablers of transition - from technology limitation to operational possibilities In the past Now Technology Culture Operational mode What can be What can be How technology technically imagined and is used in the field supported? understood as operation? feasible? © EADS 2009 – All rights reserved
  • 16. Development of MODERN operational eras Future In the blink of an eye Combination of Always seamless data- Java™ connected TEDS services and 10 delivers instant situational WAP Simultaneous data awareness Voice+Data to and from Menu SCAN with the pedestrian complementary officer Efficient, TEDS data tailored radio Flexibility to applications in efficiently the terminal TEDS introduce new applications © EADS 2009 – All rights reserved
  • 17. Fortecor® wideband and broadband solutions • Fortecor is a mission-critical high-speed data solution: Application, data bearer, service in one package • Wideband data (TETRA TEDS) integrated solution – wide area coverage with high availability – several parallel applications – high resolution images • Broadband data – high density area – demanding mobile video solutions • More effective daily routines • Precise situation awareness EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 17
  • 18. Radio communication service for all authorities in Finland • Full seamless nationwide functionality e.g. group calls and wireless data services • Seamless integration with 15 regional emergency response centres • 32,000 TETRA terminals in use • In Helsinki with surroundings an application for the ambulance and rescue services is used to transfer vital information between hospital and the casualty. • Police field commanders use POKE application – Set up in every major patrol car EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 18
  • 19. When Merlot Medi can be used ? •Merlot Medi supports all emergency medical care situations: • in a single patient accident • in case of a multi patient accident • in case of a disaster EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 19
  • 20. Process description EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 20
  • 21. Operations with Merlot Medi systems at field •Receive alarm information •Status information – Take off from rescue station, at the accident site, at the patient etc. •Patient care record generation – Add observations and information on interviews of a patient – Add follow-up information on the patient – Retrieve vital data form medical instruments – Receive and add consulting information •Treatment process steered with user configurable question/answer templates EADS 2009 – All rights reserved 21
  • 22. Beijing Government Shared TETRA Network • Largest TETRA network in Asia • 60.000 users (86.000 during the Games): • Municipal government • Police • Traffic Police • City Administration • Fire brigade • Ambulance services • Disease Control • Judicial Departments • National Security • Utilities: e.g. Water Conservancy • Security Companies © EADS
  • 23. New Olympic record for secure communications • Largest mission-critical communications network in Asia • Provided reliable and secure communication for more than 86.000 authorities and volunteers during the Games World records in TETRA – 1.6 million calls during opening day – 1600 Erlang peak traffic during the opening day (simultaneous calls) – 17 million group calls during the whole Games period – 60 million group calls at base © EADS stations
  • 24. Ubiquitous security for all 24

×