ABSOLUTE PROJECT DEMO (VIDEO)
The objective of this video is to describe the packet and system level modeling simulation of ABSOLUTE network features to obtain Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in order to enable the dimensioning of the lab-testbed and related comparisons. In this video, the general approaches for simulations are presented as well as the description of each simulator with its different components. The scenarios to be simulated and the expected results from the simulations are also detailed.
The APSEC workshop aims to discuss the most recent trends and technological considerations for future public safety and emergency response communications. The broad areas of interest include rapidly deployable network architectures, wireless technologies, cognitive and self-organizing communications, software-defined radio, device-to-device communications, interoperability considerations, spectrum availability and management, standardization and regulatory aspects. The workshop will bring together researchers, industry fora and relevant user community to share the future research perspectives of public safety and emergency communications and is a timely initiative given the growing importance and outreach for disaster management communication techniques and integrated solutions for public safety communications. Besides the technical insights, the workshop will encourage the participants to discuss among each other. We are seeking papers for oral presentations which present mature results and short papers that can be selected as poster presentation and possibly accompanied with demonstrations or testbeds.
For more information: http://www.absolute-project.eu/apsec2014
The First International IEEE Workshop on Emerging Technologies and Trends for Public Safety Communications (ETPSC) co-located with IEEE CAMAD 2013 took place on last September 27th in Berlin, Germany.
The Workshop focuses on opportunities, challenges and future network infrastructures for Public Safety Communications. The event was designed to discuss the most relevant research topic for public safety communications while providing the opportunity to meet and network with many of the leading technology manufactures, regulators, and scientific community in an open multi-disciplinary environment.
Finally, we thank all speakers, panelist and participants for interesting talks and useful discussions.
For details about the next edition of ABSOLUTE workshop please visit: http://www.absolute-project.eu/APSEC2014
Co-located with IEEE CAMAD 2013, Berlin, Germany
September 25-27, 2013
More information available at: http://www.absolute-project.eu/etpsc2013