ETSI, in cooperation with the European Emergency Number Association (EENA), is organizing the fifth NG112 Emergency Communications remote Plugtests™ event to be held from 23 January to 3 February 2023 with the support of ETSI TC EMTEL.
The concept of “Next Generation 112” (NG112) has been identified as a potential answer to the increasing requirements and demands of content-rich emergency calling.
This fifth NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests event will consist of remote lab testing based on the use cases developed by ETSI and EENA. It is a unique chance for vendors of emergency communication equipment to test their product against different implementations and scenarios.
In a nutshell
Next Generation emergency communications are changing the way we handle emergencies, making it possible for emergency services to receive more and different types of data. But for NG technology to be effective, it needs to be standardised and interoperable.
The NG112 Plugtests provide the unique opportunity for all stakeholders to trial the components along the full chain of NG112 emergency response. Through different scenarios and tests cases, the interoperability and conformity of market solutions were examined and validated. Components were trialled independently and jointly, involving all the different areas of NG communications.Testing included the interoperability between Next Generation eCall and NG112.
Join our information call, open to everyone! No need to have register to participate.
5th NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests – Information call
Wed, Nov 30, 2022 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (CET)
Join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone using this direct link.
The scope of the event covers features and components of the 112 communication chain (TS 103 479 and TS 103 480 which is a stable draft not published yet), such as:
- NG112 call origination (VoIP, VoLTE, OTT Applications),
- Conveyance of PIDF-LO (consumer mobile device through carrier network) by reference (LIS) and by value,
- Location Refresh (SIP Methods),
- Service Resolution (ECRF, Forest Guide),
- Call Routing (including Policies),
- ESInet peering (roaming scenarios),
- Security mechanisms (mutual authentication traceable to CA allowing and disallowing certain actions based on credentials presented),
- Termination of multimedia call (PSAP, CHE),
- Accessibility (audio, video, real-time text and messaging),
- NG eCall integration.
This event is open to NGCS vendors, Forest Guide developers, user agent, mobile app providers, and call handling vendors. Furthermore, any Government Body, Policy Maker or Local Authority is invited to attend as an Observer.
An Observers Programme may be organized for speakers to share their experience with NG112. Speakers are welcome!
Registrations will close on 13 January 2023.
You can register through the link available here.