Launched at EENA’s Conference 2019 in Dubrovnik (Croatia) and running until May 2020, EENA’s project brought together a consortia of partners, to test and deploy the technical architecture enabling NG112 in different European countries, with a focus on demonstrating its use in real-life environments.

 
 

testing the architecture enabling emergency communications

 

Proposed test situations included routing based on location, video and real-time text communications, calls through connected objects and broadcast of public warning messages through home speakers.

Three consortia were built, bringing together emergency services and private organisations from Turkey, Croatia and a joint initiative from Denmark, Austria and Italy.

Different types of stakeholders included:

  • Device providers
  • Telecommunications providers
  • NG112 architecture components
  • CAD providers
  • Emergency services organisations

Meet the consortia

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Austria, Italy & Denmark

  • Participants: Copenhagen Greater Fire Department, Leitstelle Tirol Gesellschaft mbH, CUE (Centrale Unica di Emergenza) Trento, 112 Bolzano, Beta 80, Frequentis & GridGears
  • Observer: Austrian Regulatory Authority for Broadcasting and Telecommunications
  • Objective: test international mapping and routing, live texting and PSAP integration

In May 2020, the CELESTE consortium published their results enabling cross-border NG112 architecture for emergency communications.

 You can access the full CELESTE Report here.

Join CELESTE for a webinar exploring their results.

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Croatia

  • Participants: Croatian Civil Protection Directorate & King ICT
  • Objective: test emergency video, real-time text and voice call on NG112 architecture

In May 2020, the Croatian consortium published their results testing the NG112 architecture for emergency communications.

 You can access the full Croatian consortium Report here.

Join the consortium for a webinar exploring their results.

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Turkey

  • Participants: Ambulance and Emergency Physicians Association, Turkish Ministry of Health, Armakom Information Technologies Inc., Havelsan & Turkcell
  • Objective: test call routing, emergency video call and real time text

In May 2020, the Turkish consortium published their results testing the NG112 architecture for emergency communications.

 You can access the full Turkish consortium Report here.

Join the consortium for a webinar exploring their results.