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Airbus pushes mission-critical standard solutions for 5G networks
The 3rd Generation Partnership Project's pursuit of a complete mission-critical standard solution moves on: a plug test in the US in June 2018 will verify the latest results(PresseBox) ( Elancourt, )
One of the prime intentions is to improve real-time video group communication (MCVideo) and develop a thorough 5G solution. "It is all about verifying the current developments and test transparently the interfaces between our solutions and those of our partners in the 3GPP. We are expecting that the outcome evolves powerfully and will be confirmed in tests in June 2018 and in 2019," says Eric Davalo, Head of Strategic Development for Secure Land Communications at Airbus.
One of the areas Airbus will closely look at during the plug test in June 2018 is how its application Tactilon Agnet will work with Mission-Critical Push to Talk and Mission-Critical Data solutions (the safe transmission of messages, pictures and videos, but not in real-time). These solutions equally comply with the 3GPP releases 13 and 14 standard definitions. Both mission-critical functions refer to a functionality which allows immediate availability for group and one-to-one communication.
However, the definition of the Mission-Critical Video will still require further improvements with the release 15, before it can be intensively tested. Furthermore, the application's hybrid use in Tetra and broadband networks will also be under scrutiny to find the best standard.
"Next June we will take part in an international plug test in Disaster City in Texas, United States, where we will check collaboratively the next level of standard developments with other companies," says Eric Davalo. "Afterwards, we will be focusing on mission-critical video group communication and start considering the 5G networks which evolve naturally out of the existing 4G technology. Our ideas look really promising."
Secure Land Communications (www.securelandcommunications.com)
Secure Land Communications (SLC), a business unit of Airbus, offers advanced communication solutions for public safety, defence and transport, utility and industry (TUI). The portfolio, based on Tetra, Tetrapol and broadband technologies, includes infrastructures, devices, applications and associated services. As a leading international player, SLC has deployed nearly 300 networks in more than 80 countries and employs approximately 1,150 people in 17 countries.
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