2 New Critical Communications IoT Papers Available
Thursday, January 16, 2020 | Comments

Public Safety Communications Europe (PSCE) and GSMA published two reports on critical communications internet of things (IoT).

A concepts paper brings together a number of IoT concepts from a mission-critical communications perspective, specifically on public safety, and illustrates how IoT can be used in real-world scenarios to help solve problems.

The second document, a technical analysis of service levels, includes a definition of the three main phases of emergency management. The document also covers the 4G and 5G network attributes and parameters required to facilitate efficient critical communications IoT via a number of sample use cases. The use cases are presented in terms of their emergency management phase and include a brief summary of each scenario. In addition, the actors, data types and network attributes associated with each scenario are detailed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the use of IoT technology.

The documents are targeted at network operators and network and device equipment vendors. The documents may also be useful for the public-safety community to understand how IoT can be used for its purposes.

The documents are here.

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