Progress is being made in regard to integrating different network technologies. Hybrid solutions are the key: the highly available and secure public safety digital radio network based on the TETRA standard and broadband communication are converging. Hybrid voice and messenger services can be used equally on smartphones and TETRA end devices, and information can be easily exchanged between both devices. Police officers using TETRA devices can securely communicate professionally with a doctor using a smartphone. Applications form the link between the old system and the new TETRA world. At the Emergency Services Forum, experts will present and discuss developments and the future of communication for safety and security services without (network) boundaries.
The energy utilities industry is part of the critical infrastructure. Therefore, mission critical communication is used to ensure ongoing operation. The energy industry is also planning to use, or to completely switch to broadband mobile radio. Any broadband mobile radio solution must meet the mission critical requirements. This forum discusses these requirements and solutions.
We look forward to welcoming you in the Connecting Area at the end of the first day. Meet business partners and decision-makers from the industry with live music and chilled drinks, and enjoy the unique atmosphere amidst the impressive vehicle exhibition at PMRExpo.
This forum on the specialist field of object supply in the PMeV deals with current developments in object supply. This includes changes to the specifications for the planning,
installation and operation of object radio systems from Federal Agency for Digital Radio of Security Authorities and Organisations (BDBOS) and state agencies. In addition, it deals with new possibilities for connection in the context of the BOSNet to IP conversion and reports on the establishment of metropolitan concepts in the urban environment.
A notification procedure is to be carried out for object radio systems in emergency services digital radio. The notification process is the basis for commissioning by the BDBOS. In the workshop, the authority would like to familiarise planners and installers of object radio systems and the representatives of the federal states involved with the notification process and radio engineering challenges during commissioning. In consultation with the PMeV and the BODeV, participation in the workshop is considered a prerequisite for obtaining the seal of quality awarded by the associations.
Free registration at www.pmrexpo.de/bdbos-workshop
This discussion lives on questions from participants! Our experts discuss experiences and provide answers to the risks and opportunities of cloud applications. Ask our experts your questions and stimulate the discussion!
Replacing the 20 kHz channel bandwidth is a much debated issue. Hence, this year’s Specialist Trade Forum will focus on the subject of private mobile radio frequencies. What should users expect? How can additional spectrum be generated? Will there still be frequencies for analogue radio in future? These issues don’t just concern the specialist trade. A representative of the German Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) will offer a constructive perspective on these and other questions in a discussion with participants. Insight will be provided into the requirements and general conditions of frequency planning, current developments and statistics of the Federal Network Agency and plans to make the fixed allocation of frequencies to essential users more flexible.
IT security & data protection (availability, integrity, confidentiality)
Public administration vs. industry (tendering,operation, emergency services understanding)
Fully integrated, browser-based overall system using the example of the Hesse police
The ETSI DMR standards are being regularly updated with new features. In this presentation Tom Johnson discusses the latest additions to the ETSI TS 102 361 DMR standards suite and looks in detail at some of the powerful new features including USBD data polling which allows for example up-to 1000 location reports per minute to be received on a DMR Tier 3 control channel, talk-group subscription and attachment features and data/voice encryption.
Is nobody listening/reading or could someone be manipulating the data on the transmission path?
Is my neighbour interpreting the data the same way I do?
Am I putting myself in danger?