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PSC - Europe. Manfred BLAHA, Brigadier-General 3rd Vice-Chair, Public Safety Communications Europe Technology Advisor National Crisis and Disaster Prevention Management, Ministry of the Interior, AUSTRIA Jeppe JEPSEN Chair “Spectrum Harmonization Initiative” PSC-Europe Motorola

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psc europe
PSC - Europe
  • Manfred BLAHA, Brigadier-General
    • 3rd Vice-Chair,
      • Public Safety Communications Europe
    • Technology Advisor
      • National Crisis and Disaster Prevention Management, Ministry of the Interior, AUSTRIA
  • Jeppe JEPSEN
    • Chair “Spectrum Harmonization Initiative”
      • PSC-Europe
    • Motorola
  • Eric OLLIVIER
    • French Presidency & Ministry of Interior
public safety security sector needs
Public Safety & SecuritySector Needs
  • Interoperability
    • Harmonized Spectrum
    • Single open standard
  • Special functional requirements
    • PSS organisations expects same functionalities as general public – but on mission critical network.
  • Competition
    • Multi-vendor supply
    • Specialized vendors
    • Innovation
eu public safety spectrum activities
EU Public Safety Spectrum activities
  • European Commission
    • COM on Digital Dividend Nov 2007
    • Public Use of Spectrum – exp. Feb 2009
  • ETSI SRDoc to ECC
    • FM38 first meeting on the subject 2-3December
  • European Parliament
    • Resolution Sept 2008 - Toia report
  • Council of the European Union – Police Coorporation
    • Expert Group on Radiocommunications
mission critical dedicated
Mission Critical  Dedicated
  • Public networks do not meet PS user requirements
    • Coverage, Availability, Security, Resilience, Interoperability,
    • Control, Functionality.
    • PSS organisations expects same functionalities as general public – but on mission critical network.
  • Public network operators are able to prioritize PS users, but…..
    • When the public cannot communicate, who do they call?

Availability & Resilience, Control.

ps applications required bandwidth

Narrowband

- deployed -

Wideband

- available 2008 -

Broadband

- no PS spectrum availble -

Video Streaming

High resolution images

Video conferencing

CCTV

Satellite images & maps transfer

Detailed Real time Biometrics

Data Throughput

Video clip

Large image transfer (100kb JPEG)

Reporting (email attachment)

Telemedecine

Robotics

Status & Text messaging

Short Data Services

Automatic Vehicle Location

Telemetry

Small image xfer

Limited data base queries

25 kHz wide

25 - 200 kHz wide

> MHz wide

Channel Bandwidth

PS Applications & Required Bandwidth

Additional Capacity requires Wideband and Broadband Capability

signatories demand side
Signatories – Demand side
  • Dutch Ministry of Home Affairs
  • Dutch Police
  • Belgian Astrid operator
  • Spanish SIRDEE operator
  • Ghent Fire Chief; Namur Fire Brigade
  • Luxembourg Police
  • Norwegian Ministry of Justice,
    • Department of Emergency Communication
  • Austrian Ministry of Interior,
    • Department of Civil Protection
  • Austrian National Police.
  • UK – Civil Contingencies Secretariat
  • UK – Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO)
  • Belgian Red Cross - Flanders
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Police Cooperation

Radiocommunication

Ad’hoc working Group

issue radiocom interoperability
Crossborder cooperation is being intensified

Police cooperation: Prüm Treaty

Common patrol

Emergency situations

Mutual assistance

On demand cooperation

Civil Protection / Disaster relief

Mutual assistance

Impact:

Need for trans-border cooperation through radiocommunication

 Different communication scenarios

A

B

B

A

Issue / Radiocom interoperability
cross border operations

Types of crossborder actions

26

25

24

23

21

22

20

20

21

20

19

18

16

17

16

14

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Right of

Right of

Joint

Controlled

Others

surveillance

pursuit

patrols

delivery

Cross border operations
major restrictions

Major issues faced in case of crossborder operations

4%

14%

Technical problems

40%

Language problems

Difficulties to identify

the interlocutor

18%

Difficulties to coordinate and

delegate responsibilities

Others

24%

Major restrictions
police cooperation radiocommunication wg
Police Cooperation Radiocommunication WG
  • Working Group issued by
    • EU Council / CATS / Police Cooperation WG
  • Terms of reference :

 Specify the needs for radiocommunication linked with cross-border cooperation

 Formalize a request for additional harmonized spectrum

 Identify technical solutions to cope with the needs

 Liaise with other entities at European level (standardization, frequency management)

wg work plan
WG work plan
  • Strong support from Police administrations
  • 17 countries participating
  • Tight timeschedule
    • Interim report : december 08
    • Final deliveries : june 09
expected deliveries of the wg
Expected Deliveries of the WG
  • D1 : Proposal for a EU council recommendation
    • for a mandate for ECC to identify additional spectrum for public protection and safety
    • to develop a harmonized and interoperable solution enabling data mobile communication in mission critical situations
  • D2 : Develop a report
    • Overview of the current situation (all, framework given by France)
    • Feedback from current experiments; list of requirements (Netherlands)
    • Proposal for typical radio procedures for cross border cooperation (Spain, Portugal)
    • Medium and long term operational needs, and assessment of amount of additional spectrum (Czech Rep., UK)
  • D3 : Request for funding an int’l roaming solution (Tetra / Tetra and Tetrapol / Tetrapol)
  • + Liaise with RSPG, ECC/FM38, ETSI
technical issues
Technical issues
  • Additional frequency requirement
    • Current spectrum allocation is not sufficient for high speed date in most countries

 Identify additional spectrum on a European basis

 Digital dividend unique opportunity

  • Technology convergence

 create native interoperability and roaming capabilities

 action towards standardization bodies

 address future communication requirements, including high speed data communication

operational needs resilience disponibility security
Operational needsResilience / Disponibility / Security
  • Ciphering and encryption
  • Mission critical communication
    • Availability of resources under all circumstances

operational even when public networks are congested

    • Resilience

 Ability to work in crisis situation (major electrical disruption, transmission network failures,…)

When all public communication infrastructure are out of order, the radiocom network should be kept operational

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Manfred.Blaha@gmx.net
  • Jeppe.Jepsen@Motorola.com
  • Eric.Ollivier@interieur.gouv.fr