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Presented by Wolfgang Kampichler, Frequentis AG.
Next Generation Emergency Services are designed to close the gap between the quickly evolving technologies (fixed and mobile IP-based communications) and the more conservative approaches required by the emergency communications industry. This presentation provides a comprehensive overview of the architecture envisioned and standardized for future emergency services.
ETSI SC EMTEL recently started two work items: a technical specification covering these services and interfaces as well as a technical report considering emergency communication interoperability and conformance testing. An important functional element of this architecture is the emergency services routing proxy (ESRP), which is the SIP entity that makes decisions about the call routing by using service URNs, location information and domain specific routing policies. The session will introduce these to the audience, give insights about an Austrian Text-To-112 Pilot that already implements such core services, and a compatible smartphone chat app as open source and finally closes with a live demonstration.