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Interoperability as a Key Factor of Successful Delivery of MCPTX Service
Anatoli Levine (Director, Products and Standards, Softil Inc)
Date: Tuesday, March 28
Time: 9:45 am - 10:15 am
Pass Type: All Access, Quick Pass Tuesday
Format: Power Session
Vault Recording: TBD
Ubiquitous and powerful LTE and 5G mobile broadband networks enabled new communication paradigm for the users of mission critical communications in public safety, utilities, and transportation. Having powerful and resilient network is not enough to ensure the effectiveness of the mission critical communications where lives can be at stake. Mobile broadband enables unlimited number of applications to offer services to the end-users – however, the power of such offering lies in ensuring interoperability of both of communication and data flows among all the users and applications. Open standards, such as MCX/MCPTX, are the foundation of the service delivery to all mission critical communications user. Interoperability of communications and data is the key to the successful delivery of mission critical communications service.
In this talk, look at the factors affecting interoperability of all mission critical communication service elements from baseline such as LMR gateways, CAD, Dispatch, recording, situational awareness applications to the network-to -network interoperability, MCX to NG911 and more.