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data and data applications

Data and Data Applications

Helen Cheung

Motorola

agenda
Agenda
  • Market requirements
  • Why a dedicated TETRA Network?
  • How is TETRA addressing current market requirements?
  • Evolution and future vision
  • Data on TETRA case story
agenda1
Agenda
  • Market requirements
  • Why a dedicated TETRA Network?
  • How is TETRA addressing current market requirements?
  • Evolution and future vision
  • Data on TETRA - case story
what are customers requirements
What are customers’ requirements?
  • Improve operating efficiency, productivity
    • Flexible coordination
    • Constant communication
  • Improve employee safety
  • Improve operations security
  • Enhance ease of public access to services
    • Facilitate data sharing
    • Integrate new applications with existing systems
    • Enable secure access to information from anywhere
  • Simple, cost effective system expansion and enhancements
what are the data requirements
Centralised resource management & operations safety:

Automatic Vehicle Location

Automatic Person Location

Improved Productivity:

Report Writing

Email

Improved Communications:

Texting

Paging

File/image transfer

Information Exchange:

Image (point to point)

Finger Print System (AFIS)

Video

Biometrics

Database Enquiries:

Directory services (internal)

Vehicle plate register

Voter register

Quick address service (external)

Criminal intelligence system

Operational information systems

Property (lost & found)

Building layouts

Medical records

What are the data requirements?
improve operational efficiency
Wisdom

Knowledge

Information

Data

Improve Operational Efficiency
  • Improve response times
    • Ability to make right and fast decision based on facts
  • Improve effectiveness
    • Ability to prioritise decisions & task
  • Improve resource management
    • Ability to track and protect staff
    • Ability to control fleet for better results
  • Improve productivity
    • Automated work flow
    • Improve cost effectiveness

“Moving information to the point of decision”

Sir Edmund Burton, Head of PITO

data applications
Data Applications

Back Office

Information sources

  • Accounts Receivable
  • Personnel/Administration
  • Payroll
  • Parking Tickets
  • Fingerprinting
  • Passenger Information
  • Video surveillance
  • National/Regional Criminal Database
  • Prison Database
  • Justice/Courts Database
  • Local Crimes Database
  • Telemetry
  • Medical journals

TETRA Network

Control room

Vehicle/Person

  • AVL/Mapping Server
  • Database Inquiries
  • Records Management
  • Console Dispatch/Switch
  • Message Switch
  • GPS tracking
  • Fleet management
  • Incident Dispatch
  • Database Enquiry
  • Mobile Messaging
  • Field Report Writing
  • Radio Control
  • Mug shots
agenda2
Agenda
  • Market requirements
  • Why a dedicated TETRA Network?
  • How is TETRA addressing current market requirements?
  • Evolution and future vision
  • Data on TETRA - case story
operational challenges between commercial dedicated networks
Operational challenges between Commercial & Dedicated networks
  • Commercial networks by definition cater for the mass market – consumers & business users – often many millions of users
  • Mission critical organisations operating on a commercial network would compete with ordinary users for capacity
  • A dedicated network allow organisations to control & manage the network and resource allocation
  • Secure communications are increasingly needed for mission critical operations

End-User Empowerment

user driven standard for integrated mission critical communications
User-Driven Standard for Integrated Mission Critical Communications

SECURE

  • Developed by ETSI
    • EU Emergency Services involved
    • Specific Choice vs. GSM orproprietary solutions
  • Open digital standard
    • Multiple Vendor Sourcing
    • High Pace of Innovation
    • Protection of Purchase Decision
    • Intersystem roaming (ISI)
  • TETRA feature set
    • Wide Area Coverage
    • Dispatch Operation
    • Fast Call Set-Up
    • Encryption Services
    • Mobile Data
  • Spectrum efficiency

Mobile

Telephony

(Full Duplex Voice)

Fast, Efficient Data Delivery

Cellular Telephony

PacketData

Workgroup Management

(Group, Individual, Priority

Emergency, DMO)

TETRA Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), represents 100 organizations from 30 countries

Additionally, 200 companies are involved in the development of applications

agenda3
Agenda
  • Market requirements
  • Why a dedicated TETRA Network?
  • How is TETRA addressing current market requirements?
  • Evolution and future vision
  • Data on TETRA - case story
evolution applications over tetra
Evolution: Applications over TETRA

today

Not suitable

Suitable

Effective

tetra ip packet data
TETRA IP Packet Data

Partitions to allow multiple organisations to share the TETRA network

Hospital Journals

IP over TETRA & TETRA over IP

Data

Voice

Fire Voice Communications

multi slot packet data
Multi-slot Packet Data
  • TETRA single-slot packet data
    • fulfilling much of today’s data transmission requirements such as sending and receiving files and images
  • Multi slot packet data (MSPD): up to four times faster
  • MSPD will enable mission critical services to respond quicker and be more efficient
  • MSPD is part of the TETRA open standard
service interaction pre emption
Service Interaction - Pre-emption
  • Multi slot packet data offers the capability of pre-emption
  • Allocated as dynamic single slot channels
    • Multi slot channels can be partially or completely resource pre-empted
  • The channels are pre-empted & expanded “on the fly”
    • No service interruption
  • Pre-emption of dynamic single slot channel
pre emption example
Pre-emption Example

MCCH

V

V

SS

Multi slot

pre emption example1
Pre-emption Example

Voice channels are full and another radio is requesting voice communication

MCCH

V

V

SS

Multi slot

V

agenda4
Agenda
  • Market requirements
  • Why a dedicated TETRA Network?
  • How is TETRA addressing current market requirements?
  • Evolution and future vision
  • Data on TETRA - case story
data evolution history in tetra
Data evolution history in TETRA

Complexity

TETRA2

MSPD

MSPD

With Pre-emption

QoS managed video

PDS

Slow scan video

SDS

File & still images

E-mails

Database search

AVL

Telemetry - Messaging

Years/Technology

TETRA 1

MSPD

TETRA 2

Future

high speed data on tetra
Legend:

Circle size = coverage area

Circle height = data speed

High Speed Data on TETRA

Although MSPD is a big step forward for media-rich applications, it is not the end of the evolution

Several future alternatives:

TETRA 2, WLAN, Wideband, more?

TETRA 3?

the future of communications
The future of communications …
  • Technology maturation will result in applications explosion
  • A much more user centric content that is device and context sensitive will rule
  • Privacy, safety and security for any mission critical market will preside

“Moving information to the point of decision”

Sir Edmund Burton, Head of PITO

agenda5
Agenda
  • Market requirements
  • Why a dedicated TETRA Network?
  • How is TETRA addressing current market requirements?
  • Evolution and future vision
  • Data on TETRA - case story
data on tetra

Data on TETRA

Real

In use

Appreciated

An example from the real life

hereford and worcester ambulance
Hereford and Worcester Ambulance
  • Part of the AIRWAVE digital radio network
  • Xxx vehicles
  • Direct communication with 6 hospitals
  • Population: more than 720.000
  • Geographical coverage: close to 4 000 square Km
tetra ip data which saves lives
TETRA IP data which saves lives
  • Automatic vehicle location
    • enables control centre to appropriately direct and monitor fleet location
  • Remote programming of in-vehicle satellite navigation systems
    • helps crew to identify most efficient route
  • In-vehicle data terminals
    • alert crews to emergencies
    • if the alert is not 'accepted' within 30 seconds the system automatically pages the health professional
tetra ip data which saves lives1
TETRA IP data which saves lives
  • Status messaging
    • ability for crews to send status messages to control centre eg. notifying arrival at scene
  • IP data solution to transmit live biometrics information from patient’s side to Consultant at hospital
    • electrocardiogram, blood gas and blood pressure data to facilitate remote prescription of powerful drugs complete
    • system automatically generates patient record forms enabling prompt attention when the ambulance arrives at hospital
    • supports audit trail
slide28
Hereford and Worcester Ambulance Launch Mobile Data and Automatic Vehicle Location Press statement 9 February 2004
  • Saving lives
  • The Ambulance Services Project Manager, Dominic Robertson, said
    • “This system will greatly enhance our ability to get to patients as quickly as possible and, just as importantly, to ensure that life-saving, clot busting drugs can be administered to the patient by the Paramedics as soon as possible.”
any questions
Any questions?
  • TETRA MOU - http://www.tetramou.com/

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