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1 OASIS Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards Update: Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Elysa Jones Chair, Emergency Management Technical Committee (EM-TC) Chair, Emergency Interoperability Member Section CAP Workshop 2013

2 Response to Prior Workshops  CAP Logo and Guidance for Use logo-v1.0-cnd01.pdf  CAP Video  CAP Implementation Guidance CAP Elements: elements/v1.0/cnprd01/cap-elements-v1.0-cnprd01.pdfhttp://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency-adopt/cap- elements/v1.0/cnprd01/cap-elements-v1.0-cnprd01.pdf CAP Feeds: feeds/v1.0/cnprd01/cap-feeds-v1.0-cnprd01.pdfhttp://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency-adopt/cap- feeds/v1.0/cnprd01/cap-feeds-v1.0-cnprd01.pdf Comments: https://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/emergency-adopt- comment/https://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/emergency-adopt- comment/ CAP Workshop 2013

3 Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) n 2004 – Ratified CAP 1.0 n 2005 – Ratified CAP 1.1 n 2006 – Ratified CAP 1.1 Errata n 2006 – ITU Recommendation x.1303 n 2010 – Ratified CAP 1.2 n 2013 – Provide CAP 1.2 to ITU for consideration n CAP Subcommittee Activities CAP Workshop 2013

4 Emergency Management Prepare – Respond – Recover – Mitigate Television Radio Cell Phone Computer Home Phone Public Signage/Siren CAP Workshop 2013

5 What is CAP? The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) is a standard message format designed for All-Media, All-Hazard, communications: l over any and all media (television, radio, telephone, fax, highway signs, , Web sites, RSS "Blogs",...) l about any and all kinds of hazard (Weather, Fires, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Landslides, Child Abductions, Disease Outbreaks, Air Quality Warnings, Transportation Problems, Power Outages...) l to anyone: the public at large; designated groups (civic authority, responders, etc.); specific people CAP Workshop 2013

6 All Hazards ---- All Media CAP Workshop 2013

7 Diverse Information Sources  input from devices as well as people  services: news wires, weather notices, seismic monitoring, traffic reports...  technologies: telephone, radio, Blackberry, e- mail, Internet..  forms: raw data, text, audio, maps, pictures, video... Hazard threat data and alerts Alerting messages Decision process CAP Workshop 2013

8 Other EM-TC Standards Work n EDXL-DE (Distribution Element) l 1.0 Ratified 2006, 2.0 CS 2013, Standard 4Q2013 n EDXL-HAVE (Hospital Availability) l 1.0 Ratified 2008, 2.0 public review 2Q13 n EDXL-RM (Resource Messaging) l 1.0 Ratified 2008 n EDXL-SitRep (Situation Reporting) l 1.0 Committee Specification, Standard 4Q2013 n EDXL-TEP (Tracking of Emergency Patients) l 1.0 Working Draft, Public Review May 2013 n EDXL-RIM (Reference Information Model) l Common types definition for reuse n EDXL-TEC (Tracking of Emergency Clients) l Subcommittee formed and work to commence 2Q2013 CAP Workshop 2013

9 Elysa Jones Summary CAP Workshop 2013 Questions?


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