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2nd Edition: NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests™ event

6-10 March, Sophia Antiplolis, France


2nd Edition: NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests™ event

 

EENA, in partnership with the ETSI and with the support of the European Commission, organised the 2nd NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests™ event  from 6 to 10 March 2017 in the ETSI premises, in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

 


THE EVENT'S FINAL REPORT IS NOW AVAILABLE HERE!
 
 

about the event

The concept of "Next Generation 112" (NG112) has been identified as a potential answer to the increasing requirements and demands of content-rich emergency calling.

What are the objective and scope?

The goal of the NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtest event was to validate the interoperability and conformity of a variety of different solutions on the market using different scenarios and test cases. The tests were be based on the Next Generation 112 Long Term Definition document (NG112 LTD), 3GPP, ETSI and IETF standards.

Whereas the first NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtest focused on voice and geo-localization, in this second edition, the scope was extended to content-rich emergency calling with existing IMS/RCS services such as:

  • video calling
  • instant messaging (1:1 chat, group chat)
  • file transfer (ex: video,etc…).

The purpose and scope of the NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests was to trial independently and jointly all components of the 112 communication chain based on NG112 networks such as:

  • location & location based call routing
  • audio, video, real-time text
  • policy based routing
  • LTD functional elements
  • recording and logging.

Why attendees joined the 2nd NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtest?

  • On-site and remote test sessions on emergency communication equipment will be offered
  • The testing campaign will be based on the use cases developed by ETSI and EENA
  • This is a unique chance for vendors of emergency communication equipment to test their product against different implementations and scenarios
  • Vendors can assess the level of interoperability of their implementations and verify the correct interpretation of the related specifications.


 

Should you have any questions or queries, please contact Cristina Lumbreras at EENA cl@eena.org or the ETSI Plugtests Team at Plugtests@etsi.org.
 

Event dates:
06-10 March 2017




ETSI
650, route des Lucioles
06921 Sophia Antipolis
FRANCE


Contact:

Cristina LUMBRERAS
Technical Director

E: cl@eena.org