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A new common radiocommunication system for Public Safety authorities

Apr 01, 2015



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A new common radiocommunication system for Public Safety authorities Slide 2 Swedish Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) Reduce vulnerability and increase emergency management capability in Sweden Slide 3 Agenda RAKEL update User needs Selection of TETRA TETRA compared with GSM/CDMA/UMTS (3G) Slide 4 RAKEL update Slide 5 Facts about Sweden Population: 9 million Area: 450.000 square km 290 local authorities 21 county councils Slide 6 Stage 1 (jan 2006): Skne, Blekinge, Kalmar Stage 2 (dec 2006): Gvleborg, Kronoberg*, Stockholm, Sdermanland, Uppsala, Vstmanland Stage 3 (juli 2007): Halland, Vstra Gtaland Stage 4 (juli 2008): Jnkping, Vsternorrland, stergtland Stage 5 (dec 2008): Dalarna, Vrmland, rebro Stage 6 (juli 2009): Jmtland, Vsterbotten Stage 7 (juli 2010): Gotland, Norrbotten Roll-out in 7 stages From South to North 2005-2010 Slide 7 1 April 2004: Procurement completed, contract awarded to: SAAB, NOKIA, Eltel networks 8 April 2004: Award decision appealed 20 January 2005: Swedish Supreme Administrative Court denies appeals 26 January 2005: SEMA takes over contract for roll-out of RAKEL 1 January 2006: SEMA starts the final test period Slide 8 Co-operation started with supplier to start roll-out Radio planning and site acquisition finished for the first stage and ongoing for stage two NMC, Switches and some base stations installed Activities at the moment Slide 9 Preparations for user accession to system have begun: fleet mapping, local organization, education Government users and certain local authorities and county councils have decided to use RAKEL More users groups may be invited to join Activities at the moment Slide 10 Police Coastguard Customs Local Rescue Services Emergency Healthcare and Ambulance Services Armed Forces Local and Regional Crisis Management Swedish Prison and Probation Service The Swedish Radiation Protection Authority National Rescue Services (Maritime Administration, Civil Aviation Authority) Electricity Distribution Companies Users In extraordinary events Slide 11 User needs Slide 12 Process Data Communication Information Organization Technology User Cooperation User in focus Operative Flow Common Demands Slide 13 Secure Efficient Easy to use Robust High level of security encryption High capacity for many users at the same time Quick access Priority for emergency calls Direct mode Ability to make individual and group calls Flexible call groups Traffic managed by communication central Easy to use Functional requirements Slide 14 Technical / functional specification ~1000 shall demands ~500 should demands >95 % of all requirements fulfilled Slide 15 Future development for RAKEL New service and function needs will arise Responsibility for developing methods and tactics is within the user organisations RAKEL is the common platform Slide 16 Selection of TETRA Slide 17 Competitors (only showing the system supplier) Nokia (TETRA) Motorola (TETRA) Siemens (TETRA) OTE/Marconi (TETRA) Slide 18 Winner Nokia (TETRA) Why? Highest score in the technical evaluation Low price Altogether (technical and commercial) the highest score Slide 19 TETRA compared with GSM/CDMA/UMTS Slide 20 Missing functionality, critical for the end user Priority DMO Encryption Security Mutual authentication Logging of management event Dispatcher functionality Dynamic groups Call authorized by dispatcher Slide 21 More examples (not functionality) Less expensive All ready in use by other public safety organisations Developed in cooperation with public safety Cross boarder communication Several manufactures of mobile equipment ??? Slide 22 Questions? Comments? Contact us!