The evolution of public safety communications in Europe: the results from the FP7 HELP project
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This paper describes the results from the FP7 HELP project, which investigated the potential of emerging wireless communication technologies and potential synergies between mobile public safety and commercial networks to enhance the communication capabilities of public safety users. The paper identifies the current trends and challenges for wireless communications in the public safety domain, the potential solution frameworks identified in the HELP project and an economic analysis to show the benefits in terms of cost saving. The paper also describes the related research activities of the European Commission in this area.
CitationBaldini, G. [et al.]. The evolution of public safety communications in Europe: the results from the FP7 HELP project. A: ETSI Workshop on Reconfigurable Radio Systems. "ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems Workshop: 12 December 2012: Sophia Antipolis, France". Sophia Antipolis: 2012, p. 1-10.