The 5G Safety consortium organized the first workshop on 5G
enabled public safety services and applications, which
was opened to 5G Safety project supporters and to interested
public from the field of PPDR.
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In the period from 2020 to 2030, the future of 5G broadband critical communications networks and broadband services and applications to be used by public security, security and rescue organizations (PPDRs) will be decided at the European level. After 2030, narrowband networks based on narrowband technologies (TETRA / DMR / GSM-R) are expected to decline. The first commercial use of 5G PPDR technologies is expected after 2021.
5GSafety will focus on reliable 5G-ready communications and applications using new and improved interaction modalities for citizens and professionals of the Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PDPR) domain. This is to support vital business operations, which if they fail, there would be serious implications on business and operational levels as well as on society as a whole and on users individually. All of the above mentioned focus areas are addressed to SRIP Smart Cities and Communities, subsection Security.
The strategic objective of 5GSafety is to deliver research and innovation towards a new generation of 5G-ready products and services tailored to the needs of the PPDR sector. The aim is to investigate and design new architectures and key enabling technologies to deliver an advanced telco-grade Dispatcher as a Service (DPaaS) offered to PPDR professional and a new generation of user-centred applications for personal safety of citizens, and to investigate strategies for implementation of such applications in a virtualised and shared 5G environment with ensured safety, privacy and backward compatibility with current PPDR communication systems.
5GSafety is unique in bringing together a winning ecosystem of Slovenian 5G PPDR players to address realistic challenges and expectations, and consequently secure the success and sustainability of the project. This includes consortium members that are leading players in research, innovation and technology provisioning in 5G, public safety, security and commercial ICT sectors, and a landscape of key Slovenian PPDR stakeholders and the Slovenian National Regulation Authority.
Create architectural designs and key enabling...
Create architectural designs and key enabling technologies for the next generation of services for public security in a 5G-ready environment using the latest penetration technologies.
Design new 5G PPDR products and services...
Design new 5G PPDR products and services and build working prototypes.
To create a new and improved user experience...
To create a new and improved user experience and new user modality for citizens and professionals.
Implement 4.5 / 5G PPDR demonstration environment...
Implement 4.5 / 5G PPDR demonstration environment and demonstrate prototype performance.
Collaborate with key stakeholders in the area of public safety
Collaborate with key stakeholders in the area of public safety, regulatory and political actors in order to ensure the compliance of the portfolio with actual expectations and needs.
To consolidate the leading position of consortium partners...
To consolidate the leading position of consortium partners in the field of 5G and public security.
Catalize the emergence of a new market ecosystem...
Catalize the emergence of a new market ecosystem for 5GSaftey technologies.
Improving innovation and research capacity...
Contribute to improving innovation and research capacity in the 5G field and in the public safety sector in Slovenia and Europe.
|Result (number)||Deliverable name||Leader||Type (TRL)||Milestone (Month)|
|IR.1||Business Models and Exploitation||ISK||Document (3-4)||M.1 (M36)|
|IR.2||Innovation Management||OSI||Document (3-4)||M.1 (M36)|
|IR.3||5GSafety Use Cases and Requirements||ULFE||Document (3)||M.2 (M09)|
|IR.4||Mission-Critical Technologies in scope of 5GSafety||TS||Document (3)||M.2 (M09)|
|IR.5||Studies and conceptual design for 5G PPDR architectural concepts||ISK||Document (3-4)||M.3 (M15)|
|IR.6||Studies and conceptual design for network agnostic services and applications||ISK||Document (3-4)||M.3 (M15)|
|IR.7||Report of laboratory prototyping and validation for Dispatcher as a Service||ISK||Document (3-4)||M.4 (M30)|
|IR.8||5GSafety Mobile Apps and Novel Interaction Modalities||ULFE||Document (3-4)||M.4 (M30)|
|IR.9||A study on unified user experience||ULFE||Document (3)||M.4 (M30)|
|IR.10||Report of laboratory prototyping and validation for operational communications for disaster scenarios||ISK||Document (3-4)||M.4 (M30)|
|IR.11||Poročilo o varnosti in integriteti||OSI||Document (4)||M.4 (M30)|
|ER.1||Report on Security and Integrity||TS||Document (5-6)||M.5 (M27)|
|ER.2||5G PPDR Safety Software objects||ISK||Software (6)||M.5 (M36)|
|ER.3||Final Validation Report||ULFE||Document (6)||M.5 (M36)|
The investment is financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.