The BDBOS-Tactical Day presentations are online
On Mai 15th prior to the Critical Communications World in Berlin, the BDBOS hosted a full-day workshop about how to manage large scale events. The presentations of the lectures given there are now available online.
During the Tactical Day national and international experts shared their best practice on large scale events. The audience was able to learning detail how radio communications were guaranteed for the operation during the G20 Summit in Hamburg, the UCI Road World Championships in Bergen (Norway) or during the coverage of Hurricane Harvey in Texas (USA).
The workshop also focused on technical solutions for the operation of large-scale events. Among many other topics, it was presented how additional Secondary Control Channels (SCCH) as part of the public safety digital radio are used. In addition, Real-Time Monitoring and the Subscriber Management which administers users and call groups were explained.
Please find below the presentations in English available for download.
Hurricane Harvey - Leveraging Mobility in Large Scale Disaster Response
Shing H. Lin, Chief Technology Officer at Harris County, Texas USA
The G20 Summit in Hamburg from a Public Safety Digital Radio Point of View
Eva-Maria Eckmann, Head of Authorised Office and Deputy Head of Coordinating Office Hamburg, Germany
The 2017 UCI Road World Championships, Bergen Norway
Kjetil Hoiseth, Chief Engineer, Radio Network, The Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection (DSB)
Experiences with the German Digital Radio at the Munich Security Conference (MSC)
Johann Skwara, Head of Authorised Office Bavaria, Germany
Experiences of long term power outage in North-East of Finland
Harri Virtanen, Head of Department, Customer Management and End User Support, States Security Networks Group
Jani Kareinen, Head of Fire and Rescue Services Department, Kainuu Rescue Department
International Worker’s Day in Berlin: Preparation, Execution and Post-Processing
Karsten Rückheim, Head of Authorised Office Berlin, Germany
LiveOP - Multi Approach Sharing of Information - The Same Operational Picture!
Edwin de Weert, Chief Inspector Police unit Amsterdam, Head of communications Control Room Amsterdam.
Jan de Wit, IT advisor police of Amsterdam and project manager of the collaboration app LiveOp
More Throughput in the National TETRA Network
Christine Reinemann, Division TI3 - Standardisation and Service Development, Federal Agency for Public Safety Digital Radio (BDBOS), Germany
Real Time Monitoring -An Overview
Oliver Funke, Division TI2 - Planning and Architecture, Federal Agency for Public Safety Digital Radio (BDBOS), Germany
Subscriber Management in Germany - Development Status and Capabilities
Michael Markwirth, Division TI1 - General Architecture, Federal Agency for Public Safety Digital Radio (BDBOS), Germany