Moving forwards with Mission Critical systems

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Michael Capindale

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Legacy analogue voice systems for the emergency services have been replaced by secure digital systems such as TETRA and P25 since the early 2000's. As public cellular systems improve allowing streaming applications, so the public safety users expectations for new technologies need to be addressed. This is why there is a move towards an LTE derivative specifically designed for emergency services which will offer voice and data to critical users as never before. These new systems will be expensive, and will require far higher levels of security and resilience than those 4G systems used by the public. It is now time for Governments to confer with the public safety users to put in place a combined strategic policy for a system that will support PTT Voice, data and other applications and exceed the requirements of all Government agencies, allowing full inter-operability even with agencies in neighbouring countries.

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