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1 Data Services & Applications

2 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola2 Agenda Market requirements What is TETRA standard for Data? How is TETRA addressing current market requirements? What are future market requirements? Summary

3 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola3 What are the customer requirements? Improve operating efficiency, productivity –Flexible coordination –Constant communication Help improve employee safety Improve operations security Enhance ease of public access to services –Facilitate data sharing –Integrate new applications with legacy systems –Enable secure access to information from anywhere Simple, cost effective system expansion and enhancements

4 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola4 What are the data requirements? Centralised resource management & operations safety: –Automatic Vehicle Location –Automatic Personal Location Improved Productivity: –Report Writing – Improved Communications: –Texting –Paging Information Exchange: – Image (point to point) – Finger Print System (AFIS) – Video – Biometrics Database Enquiries: – Directory services (internal) – Vehicle plate register – Voter register – Quick address service (external) – Criminal intelligence system – Operational information systems – Property (lost & found) – Building layouts – Medical records

5 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola5 Data Applications Back Office Information sources Vehicle Incident Dispatch Database Inquiry Mobile Messaging Field Report Writing Radio Control AVL/Mapping Server ALI/ANI Database Records Management Console Dispatch/Switch Message Switch Control room Accounts Receivable Personnel/Administration Payroll Parking Tickets AFIS National/Regional Criminal Database Prison Database Justice/Courts Database Local Crimes Database TETRA Network

6 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola6 Agenda Market requirements What is TETRA standard for Data? How is TETRA addressing current market requirements? What are future market requirements? Summary

7 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola7 What does TETRA currently offer? All in a secure environment MobileTelephony (Full Duplex Voice) MobileRadio (Group, Individual, Priority Emergency, DMO) MobileData (Status Messaging, Short Data, Packet Mode, Circuit Mode)

8 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola8 Circuit ModePacket Data ProtocolShort Data Services TETRA Voice & Data Standard - data services What data services are defined?

9 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola9 Agenda Market requirements What is TETRA standard for Data? How is TETRA addressing current market requirements? What are future market requirements? Summary

10 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola10 Short Data Services Allows messaging to and from a host Up to 140 character messages Data on control channel as well as voice channels if needed –Simultaneous “voice & short data”

11 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola11 Examples of SDS Applications Automatic Vehicle Location Resource Management Telemetry Messaging – “SMS”

12 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola12 Examples of SDS Applications Lancashire Police – UK Use short data, via an interface on the actual hand portable terminal to their gateway, to enable car number plate and people checks against the PNC (police national computer etc). In an environment where there is literally no room for error, it is a genuine example of a real mission critical communications situation Carter Ground Fueling's SDTS Application related to monitoring and control of the fueling of aircraft. Gardamoen Airport - Norway

13 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola13 Short Data Services Benefits Simultaneous voice and data communication –Voice is never interrupted –Offers users multi tasking opportunities Real time information which does not require voice communication Optimised working routines Enhanced resource usage –Reduces operator contact –Faster information flow, through tailored applications

14 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola14 Circuit Data Services Concept used by telephone networks for over 100 years Connection maintained for the entire duration of the call Called circuit switching as connection is in both directions Characteristics –Choose whether application or network provides protection –Typically only one user per time slot or channel –Application needs to handle lost/corrupted messages –Resources tied up, even when not carrying data The wireless industry trend for data communication is moving from circuit mode towards packet mode.

15 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola15 What is Packet Data Protocol? Mobile and fixed hosts are accessed via IP address rather than ITSI address Multiple hosts can share the same PDCH simultaneously. Contention is managed by the PDP air interface protocol. Large IP packets are split into AL (Advanced Link) segments for transmission on air interface. TETRA PDP defines a dedicated control channel (PDCH) for transporting packet data

16 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola16 IP Packet Data Channel Allocation Dedicated or dynamic data channels? Dedicated Data Channel Resource “ring fencing” Allocation of channel resources Options to “prioritise” user/groups for data capacity Dynamic Data Channel Voice & data flexibility Resource efficient Voice priority - returned when needed Voice Data Voice Data Voice Voice & Data Answer - Both –Customers will have different requirements

17 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola17 TETRA IP Packet Data Partitions to allow multiple organisations to share the TETRA network Police National Computer Fire Voice Communications IP over TETRA & TETRA over IP Voice Data –Each agency operate their closed network–Individual user groups cannot “see” into each others’ networks –Data tunnel across the network, creating a private & confidential link –Functionality is available for both voice & data services –Data can be encrypted by the application

18 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola18 Examples of Packet Data Applications Database Inquiry Mobile Office Automatic Vehicle Location Resource Management Telemetry Messaging – “SMS” Fingerprint Still images

19 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola19 Examples of Packet Data Applications Carris Bus – Portugal In integration with the Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) system based on the Global Positioning System (GPS), packet data enables Carris to supervise and monitor the day-to-day operation of their bus fleet. The data is used for statistics and to predict arrival displayed on information panels.  Data applications include AVL fully integrated with the CAD system and MDBA (Mobile Data Base Access)  Inquiries to several legacy data bases from Mobile data terminals installed in police vehicles Warsaw Police C4i center

20 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola20 Benefits of Packet Data Protocol TETRA PDP enables the connection of mobile data terminals onto a user’s Intranet Packet data is the most cost effective solution for delivering large amounts of data over a wide geographic area Generic data solutions can be used, rather than customised Even in PD mode any voice call can override

21 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola21 Agenda Market requirements What is TETRA standard for Data? How is TETRA addressing current market requirements? What are future market requirements? Summary

22 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola22 What are future data requirements? Market needTETRA User Requirements Mission critical multimedia data for multiple users High Speed Packet Data (TEDS) Roll-out of nation wide networks TETRA R2 backwards compatible with R1 Operate inside TETRA R1 frequency bands Air to ground & linear utilities Enhance coverage

23 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola23 Mission Critical Data TETRA 1 Information checks Location-based services Messaging File transfer Limited slow scan video TEDS Speed Spectrum efficiency TETRA 2 TETRA 1 & QoS managed video

24 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola24 Agenda Market requirements What is TETRA standard for Data? How is TETRA addressing current market requirements? What are future market requirements? Summary

25 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola25 Summary TETRA Now –TETRA data solutions enable data applications within a secure environment –TETRA supports mission critical data applications TETRA In the Future –TETRA 2 will enhance existing applications and enable new data applications Motorola TETRA –Motorola is working closely with its customers to ensure future requirements are captured –Motorola is working with ETSI to evolve TETRA standard to meet customer needs

26 TWC 2003 Data Service & Applications November 2003 Motorola26 TETRA Data is the mission critical solution


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