Workforce Management

Critical comms launch

by Mark Rowe

The Chinese firm Huawei launched its eLTE Multimedia Critical Communications System (eLTE MCCS) during the Critical Communications World 2018 exhibition in Berlin. eLTE MCCS is described by the networks company as an end-to-end solution with multimedia communications capabilities for the public safety sector.

Eric Sun, President of Enterprise Wireless Business at Huawei said: “eLTE MCCS has added value to services on three levels – Dispatching Anywhere, Comprehensive Awareness and Multi-service Collaboration – through its scenario-based design of platforms, networks and terminals.”

eLTE MCCS’ Dispatching Anywhere capability provides multimedia dispatching of voice, video and data that allows streamlining of police cloud operations, enabling smart policing, and the agile use of resources such as police cloud video and data, the product company says.

The Comprehensive Awareness product series includes equipment used by police officers, vehicle-mounted equipment, mobile control cameras, drones, IoT sensors and other products for awareness of situations. The Multi-Service Collaboration solution makes connections among public communications networks and narrowband trunking systems (such as P25/Tetra/DMR), safeguards installed base assets and allows convergence of data across networks, Huawei says. With eLTE MCCS, data no longer needs to be exchanged between officers repeatedly; instead, a one-off exchange with the system will suffice.

By year-end 2017, Huawei had its eLTE critical communications solution deployed on 233 public safety broadband networks.


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