PSCE, GSMA release IoT communications reports


By Jonathan Nally
Wednesday, 22 January, 2020


PSCE, GSMA release IoT communications reports

Two new reports on critical communications and the IoT have been jointly drafted and released by Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) and the GSM Association (GSMA).

The first report deals with IoT concepts from a mission-critical communications point of view — specifically, public safety — and shows how the IoT can be used as a solution in real-world scenarios.

This document’s target audience comprises network operators and network and device equipment vendors, but will also be of interest to the public safety community.

The second report is aimed at the same audiences but is more technical, dealing with the analysis of service levels as it relates to critical communications and the IoT.

The document encompasses public safety and business-critical uses, and covers the 4G and 5G network attributes and parameters needed to enable efficient critical communications IoT via sample use cases.

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