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GSC8 Resolutions 2003

GSC8 Resolutions 2003

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23/07/2012
GSC8 Resolutions
11 Resolutions
Joint 3, GRSC 5, GTSC 1, IPR 1, UWG 1
1GSC-9, Seoul
SOURCE:
TTA
TITLE:
GSC8 Resolutions
AGENDA ITEM:
Opening Plenary 3
CONTACT:
GSC9_016
 
GSC-9, Seoul223/07/2012
RES GSC8/1
Joint
 
 Emergency Communications
RES GSC8/2
Joint
Global Cooperation and Collaboration on Lawful Access and  Interception
RES GSC8/3
Joint
 Mapping Standards for “Beyond IMT 2000” 
 
RES GSC8/4
GRSC
 Facilitating Liaison in Relation to Measurement Methodologies for Assessing Human Exposure to RF Energy
RES GSC8/5
GRSC
 Radio Microphones
RES GSC8/6
GRSC
Global Radio Standards Collaboration on Radio Local Area NetworkStandardization
RES GSC8/7
GRSC
Standards for Wireless Access Systems Including Radio Local Area Networks Operating in the 5GHz Range
RES GSC8/8
GRSC
 Broadband Services in Rural and Remote Areas
RES GSC8/9
GTSC
 Next Generation Networks (NGN)
RES GSC8/10
IPRWG
 Patent Policies
RES GSC8/11
UWG
User Interests
Topics of Resolutions at GSC8
 
GSC-9, Seoul
Emergency Communications 
 
 
Resolves 
 
to establish a continuing area of work on emergency communications to further
encourage cooperation and the sharing of information among SDOs on
standardization activities relating to communication in emergency situations, inparticular addressing
 –
communication from citizens to authorities
 –
communication between authorities
 –
communication from authorities to citizens
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communication amongst affected citizens.
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including, but not limited to, developing standards for:
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priority access to emergency call access numbers;
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provision of location information;
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suitable technologies for use in networks dedicated to public protection and disaster relief communications;
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interoperability between public networks and networks dedicated to emergency communications;
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priority access by emergency services personnel to communications services;
to encourage ongoing cooperation and collaboration among national, regional and
international activities that relate to emergency communications, such as ProjectMESA;
to encourage PSOs to support ongoing national activity and co-operation betweenindustry, PSOs, administrations and authorities in the establishment of emergencycommunications.
Joint R/T Resolution: GSC8/1

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