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Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 1 IEEE 802 Emergency Services (ES) Call for Interest (CFI) Date: 2007-11-13 Stephen McCann

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1 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 1 IEEE 802 Emergency Services (ES) Call for Interest (CFI) Date: Stephen McCann

2 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 2 Abstract The purpose of this presentation is to determine interest in the formation of an IEEE 802 Study Group about Emergency Service (ES) provision

3 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 3 IEEE 802 ES Background Maturing IEEE 802 technologies carry VoIP traffic and its only a matter of time before regulations insist they support emergency services. (FCC & EU commission proposals) IEEE 802 technologies by themselves cannot ensure that all factors are compatible for Emergency Service sessions to actually take place. Therefore, its essential to distinguish between the minimum level of support provided by IEEE 802 emergency services, and support of emergency services at higher layers. By IEEE 802 Emergency Services we refer to the direct support in IEEE 802 of such services, independently of what solutions are adopted at higher protocol layers. Under all circumstances, changes to IEEE 802 should be kept to the minimum necessary.

4 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 4 Do What? To initiate a Study Group –WGSG: Technology specific, 802.1, ? –ECSG: Harmonized approach to ES in all 802 groups This study will take into account regulatory issues and the architecture requirements of NENA i2 & i3, IETF ECRIT and 3GPP/3GPP2 architecture requirements on radio access technologies. Attempt to pre-empt upcoming regulatory issues Determine what aspects of ES would benefit from a harmonized approach across all IEEE 802. Prepare a PAR for ES provision enhancements, if study shows there is a need.

5 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 5 Relevant Requirements Ability to support ES calls –(various media types) Support for callback Unauthenticated calls (no credentials in terminal) –Roaming and non roaming Emergency Alert System (EAS) service Authority – authority communications Citizen – citizen communications Location (Automatic Location Identifier) –Common Approach Note: This is not a location provisioning study group

6 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 6 ES Interest Initial interest in ES within Other interest from –LLDP-MED is a adopted wired solution with location support. Subsequent interest from (802 handover) –Provision of ES Information Server Some interest from (15.4) and –ZigBee and d (fixed) community Additional Information –IEEE 802 Tutorials at March and July 2007 plenary meetings. Attendance ~150 –Liaisons between IEEE u, NENA and IETF ECRIT e.g.

7 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 7 ES Study Group Future work –Study group will consider existing work in this area industry input network and service provider input what do regulators require Defined Goals and Timeframe –To determine what work, if any, is necessary to enable an 802 harmonized approach to emergency service provision Timeframe –2 plenary cycles, to investigate PAR definition

8 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 8 Background/Relevant Aspects IEEE LLDP-MED currently supports automatic physical location discovery suitable for wired 802 networks 802.1AB-Rev work in process could allow location discovery to be leveraged across all 802 technologies

9 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 9 IEEE p Supports Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) applications. This includes data exchange between high-speed vehicles and between the vehicles and the roadside infrastructure in the licensed ITS band of 5.9 GHz. ES from vehicles to authority (eCALL blackbox) Authority – authority vehicle comms

10 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 10 IEEE u New QoS features –expedited bandwidth request –QoS mapping Generic Advertising Service (GAS) Emergency services recommendations (informative) –Use case #1: open network –Use case #2: public credentials

11 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 11 IEEE v Reliable Location Determination Capability information includes –Format (Civic, Geo – shapes not points, Location by Reference…etc) –Encoding and Resolution –Capable of providing self-location remote-location

12 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 12 IEEE Information Server –logical place to support a comprehensive list of all ES support options. Mobility support –assisting handovers during an ES session Location –Service providers need flexibility on how location services are offered in their network –Provides help in determining or provide the location to the clients at various layers Link layer specific ones (Layer 2) Link layer agnostic ones (Layer 3+)

13 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 13 Other Requirements? /20/22 –Location Determination NG911 –Support for non-voice ES connections (e.g. text messaging, , video)

14 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 14 Summary Study group –ECSG/WGSG Scope –Provision of Emergency Service Capability throughout 802 Purpose –To determine what work, if any, is necessary to enable an 802 harmonized approach to emergency service provision Timeframe –2 plenary cycles, to investigate PAR definition

15 Submissions November 2007 Stephen McCann, NSNSlide 15 Call for Interest Polls (115 in room) Support formation of a study group –Yes/No/Abstain 41/4/26 Formation of an EC study group –Yes/No/Abstain 23/13/28 Formation of an WG study group –802.1 Yes/No/Abstain 11/15.25 –802.21Yes/No/Abstain 17/16/27 –Other, than.1,.21Yes/No/Abstain 17/14/30 How many people intend to participate? –24 How many companies intend to participate? –16


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