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  1. Mapping identified services into their relevant categories MESA Meeting #6 Lucia De Francesco CEFRIEL Via Fucini, 2 20133 Milano - Italy lucia.defrancesco@cefriel.it www.cefriel.it/ Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  2. Criminal justice services Automated criminal history and low enforcement records systems and providers Emergency management or disaster recovery agencies Health services Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Disaster Medicine Fire services Land and natural resource management wildlife management Search and rescue activities Coast guard services Airport/stations/tube/… security Humanitarian assistance Hazardous materials and related public safety services Correctional institutions Transportation Identified Services The following (not exhaustive) list of services included into the SoR summarize the main overall requirementsof most public safety agencies in Europe and North America… Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  3. Considerable categories • The following categories have been identified: • Indoor/Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Indoor/Emergency/Single Spot • Urban/Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Urban/Day-by-Day/Wide Area • Urban/Emergency/Single Spot • Urban/Emergency/Wide Area • Urban/Disaster/Wide Area • Rural/Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Rural/Day-by-Day/Wide Area • Rural/Emergency/Single Spot • Rural/Emergency/Wide Area • Rural/Disaster/Wide Area Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  4. Indoor/Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Airport/stations/tube... Security/sourveillance • Correctional institutions • Mobility • Fixed/pedestrian/slow vehicular • Systems Interoperability • TETRA, TETRAPOL, Project25, WLAN, 2G/2.5G/3G, fixed wired networks • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3/4 • Video: Real time and streaming, MR color/BW • Data: Instant messaging, DB access, web browsing • Reliability • Priority level 3 • Power • Not critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  5. Mobility Fixed/pedestrian/slow vehicular Systems Interoperability TETRA, Tetrapol, Project25, WLAN, 2G/2.5G/3G, fixed wired networks Traffic Voice: GSM quality at least, MOS 4/5 Video: IR, MR/HR Color/BW, Real time, very low delay and jitter Data: instant messaging, DB access, telemetry, biomedical monitoring data Reliability Priority level 4 Power Not critical Security All layers Indoor/Emergency/Single Spot • Management of hazardous materials, as leaks or spills • Fire services • Building/tunnel/tube ... fires/flooding ... Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  6. Urban/Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Criminal justice providers’ activity, automated criminal history and law enforcement records systems and providers • Correctional enforcement and probation officers • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • WLAN, TETRA, TETRAPOL, Project25, 2G/2.5G/3G, Satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3/4 • Video: MR/HR color/BW, IR • Data: Instant messaging, DB access, web browsing • Reliability • Priority level 2-3 • Power • Not critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  7. Urban/Day-by-Day/Wide Area • Criminal justice providers’ activity, Automated criminal history and law enforcement records systems and providers • Correctional enforcement and probation officers • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • WLAN, TETRA, TETRAPOL, Project25, 2G/2.5G/3G, Satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3/4 • Video: MR/HR color/BW, IR • Data: instant messaging, DB access, web browsing, FTP • Reliability • Priority level 2-3 • Power • Not critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  8. Urban/Emergency/Single Spot • Fire services • Criminal justice providers’ activity • Health service • Emergency Medical Services • Mobility • Fixed/pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • WLAN, TETRA, TETRAPOL, Project 25, Satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 4/5 • Video: LR/MR/HR color/BW • Data: instant messaging, biomedical data, FTP, DB access • Reliability • Priority level 4 • Power • Not critical/critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  9. Urban/Emergency/Wide Area • Fire services • Health service • Emergency Medical Services • Mass demonstrations • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • TETRA, Tetrapol, Project25, WLAN, 2G/2.5G/3G, satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3-5 • Video: MR and HR color/BW • Data: DB access, web browsing, FTP, telemetry, biomedical monitoring data • Reliability • Priority level 4-5 • Power • Critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  10. Urban/Disaster/Wide Area • Earthquake, a flood, an avalanche, terrorist attacks, … • Fire services, search and rescue • Humanitarian assistance • Health service • Emergency Medical Services • Disaster medicine • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular/ aeronautical • Systems Interoperability • WLAN, TETRA, Tetrapol, Project25, 2G/2.5G/3G, satellite, HAP • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3-5 • Video: MR/HR color/BW, IR, very low end-to-end delay and jitter • Data: instant messaging, DB access, web browsing, biomedical data • Reliability • Priority level 5 • Power • Critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  11. Rural/Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Land and natural resource management • Wildlife management • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • TETRA, Tetrapol, Project25, 2G/2.5G/3G, satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3/4 • Video: LR/MR color/BW • Data: instant messaging, DB access, web browsing • Reliability • Priority level 2-3 • Power • Not critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  12. Rural/Day-by-Day/Wide Area • Land and natural resource management • Exceptional transportation • hazardous material management, complex transportation systems • Coast Guard services • protection of coastal waters, criminal interdiction, illegal immigration • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • 2G/2.5G/3G, satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3/4 • Video: MR to HR color/BW • Data: instant messaging, DB access, web browsing • Reliability • Priority level 3 • Power • Not critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  13. Rural/Emergency/Single Spot • Fire services • Search and rescue • Hazardous materials, leaks or spills • Health services • Emergency Medical Services • Coast Guard services • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular • Systems Interoperability • TETRA, Tetrapol, Project25, 2G/2,5G/3G, satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3-5 • Video: MR/HR color/BW • Data: instant messaging, DB access, web browsing, telemetry, biomedical data • Reliability • Priority level 4 • Power • Not critical/critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  14. Rural/Emergency/Wide Area • Fire services • Search and rescue • Avalanches, landslides, ... • Humanitarian assistance • Hazardous materials, leaks or spills • Emergency Medical Services • Coast Guard services • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular/ aeronautical • Systems Interoperability • 2G/2.5G/3G, satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 3-5 • Video: LR/MR/HR color/BW • Data: instant messaging, DB access, telemetry, biomedical data • Reliability • Priority level 4 • Power • Critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  15. Rural/Disaster/Wide Area • Fire services • Disaster recovery agencies activities during earthquake, flood, tornado, twisters, … • Disaster medicine • Life saving through search and rescue • Humanitarian assistance • Mobility • Pedestrian/vehicular/ aeronautical • Systems Interoperability • TETRA, TETRAPOL, Project25, WLAN, 2G/2.5G/3G, HAP, satellite • Traffic • Voice: GSM quality, MOS 4/5 • Video: LR/MR/HR color/BW • Data: instant messaging, DB access, web browsing, biomedical data • Reliability • Priority level 5 • Power • Critical • Security • All layers Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003

  16. Final Remarks • From the identified scenarios 4 different Macro-categories can be identified: • Indoor/Emergency+Day-by-Day/Single Spot • Rural+Urban/Emergency/Single Spot • Rural+Urban/Emergency+Disaster/Wide Area • Rural+Urban/Day-by-Day/Single Spot+Wide Area Ottawa, 22nd-25th April 2003