ATIS Emergency Communications (EC) Standards Development Brian K. Daly, Director, Core Standards

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Brian K. Daly, AT&T ([email protected])
ATIS Emergency Communications
(EC) Standards Development
Brian K. Daly,
Director, Core Standards
AT&T
Global Standards Collaboration (GSC)
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Highlights (1)
General EC Types
N. America Example
ATIS Standards Role*
Citizen-to-Authority
E911, NOVES
E911 for wireless, VoIP,
NGN, NG911 – in ESIF,
PTSC, WTSC, NGIIF,
INC, PRQC
NOVES – in WTSC
Authority-to-Citizen
Emergency Alert System
(EAS); Commercial Mobile
Alert Service (CMAS);
Emergency Notification
System (ENS)
EAS for IPTV – in IIF;
CMAS and ENS for
wireless – in WTSC,
NGIIF; ENS – for
wireline voice in NGIIF,
PTSC
Authority-toAuthority
ETS** (Priority Services in
support of National
Security & Emergency
Preparedness)
ETS – in PTSC, PRQC,
WTSC, NGIIF and
TMOC
See Supplementary Slides (11-14) for details regarding these ATIS committees
**Note ETS is also referred as NGN GETS
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Highlights (2)
 Citizen-to-Authority (E911, NOVES)
• Focus on NG911 (e.g., NGN/IMS and Location Parameter Acquisition,
Conveyance Architecture, and Protocols) and various near term/legacy matters
(e.g., routing number administration for VoIP and wireless, NG Messaging to
NG911)
• Non-voice Emergency Services for those with special needs and for the general
public
 Authority-to-Citizen (EAS, CMAS, ENS)
• Focus on emergency notification standards support for various technologies:
 IPTV EAS requirements and metadata
 Wireless CMAS functions and interfaces:
• Common aspects (i.e., Gov-to-Service Provider [gateway-to-gateway]
interface, and mobile device behavior) done in collaboration with TIA
• GSM/UMTS/LTE specific aspects
 Wireline ENS best practices
 Authority-to-Authority (ETS)
• Focus on supporting ETS for NGN VoIP and Data services
 NGN/IMS Core Network Requirements
 Wireline Access Network Requirements
 ETS service description (including End-to-end call flows), authentication,
and security standards/recommendations
 Gap requirements brought to the IETF and 3GPP, where appropriate
Geneva, 13-16 July 2009
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Strategic Direction
 Work in response to regulatory mandates and statutory
changes
 Work proactively with DHS/NCS to define Industry
Requirements and Standards in support of ETS
 Work proactively to support Public Safety needs
• Public Safety Endorsement of LTE for 700MHz broadband
 Work proactively to support non-voice emergency
services to NG911 PSAPs
 Focus on regional needs (North America) and in
coordination with global directions
 Coordinate/collaborate with other organizations where
appropriate (e.g., 3GPP, TIA, ITU, IETF, NENA, etc.)
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Geneva, 13-16 July 2009
Challenges
 Working at the nexus where law, regulation, technology, social trends,
and standards come together
 Delivering standards to satisfy aggressive regulatory mandate target
dates such that reliable implementations can be deployed (per target
dates)
 Regarding E911, the NG911 standards can get far ahead of
deployments given that there are 6,000+ PSAPs and there are generally
different deployment timeframes
• Messaging to NG911 is receiving significant interest
 Regarding CMAS, develop a testing specification for the interface with
the Federal Government, and possible resulting impacts on standards
(i.e., alert aggregation, system upgrades, testing, human behavior, etc.)
 Regarding NOVES, anticipate the requirements of both users with
special needs and the general public, develop a reliable solution that
does not have the limitations of SMS, and define the interface to the
PSAPs
 Regarding ETS, providing priority routing/processing for NGN Services,
including data services (e.g., messaging, email, etc.), enhanced
authentication, authentication assurance, security and Identity
Management
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Geneva, 13-16 July 2009
Next Steps/Actions
 Complete currently defined work program
 Continue appropriate changes to current standards suite
 Continue to proactively support Public Safety stakeholder
needs
 Respond (at appropriate time) to additional Public Safety
and FCC regulations (e.g., regarding NG911 and NOVES
to NG911)
 Continue supporting DHS/NCS ETS service requirements
in the technical standards committes/forums
 Continue with cross-organizational coordination and
collaboration
 Continue with Emergency Services Coordination
Workshops (Citizen-to-Authority)
 Participate in Government CMAS Stakeholder Forum
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Proposed Resolution
 No changes proposed to existing Resolution
(GSC-14/2) at this time.
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Supplementary Slides
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Geneva, 13-16 July 2009
Overview of Emergency
Communications Work in ATIS
 ATIS committee work is in support of
initiatives by:
• FCC/Federal government
• Regional/State governments and
• Local governments
 ATIS committees also act as a feeder
group to the ITU-T in support of
international general emergency
communication services
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ATIS Involvement with FCC – CMAS
 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commercial
Mobile Service Alert Advisory Committee (CMSAAC)
• ATIS was a member of the FCC advisory committee, which
completed in October 2007
• Advisory Committee recommendations was the basis for the
FCC rules for CMAS
 ATIS is working closely with the government (DHS, FEMA)
on the development of an interface specification to the
Federal Alert Gateway
• Standards work complete, now developing a testing specification
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Committee/Forum Mission/Scope
 Emergency Services Interconnection Forum (ESIF):
ESIF provides a venue to facilitate the identification and resolution of
technical and/or operational issues related to the interconnection of
emergency services networks with other networks (e.g., wireline, cable,
satellite, Internet, etc.).
• http://www.atis.org/esif
 Industry Numbering Committee (INC):
INC provides an open forum to address and resolve industry-wide issues
associated with planning, administration, allocation, assignment and use
of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) numbering resources
within the NANP area.
• http://www.atis.org/inc/index.asp
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Committee/Forum Mission/Scope
 Next Generation Interconnection Interoperability Forum (NGIIF):
The NGIIF addresses next-generation network interconnection and
interoperability issues associated with emerging technologies.
Specifically, it develops operational procedures which involve the
network aspects of architecture, disaster preparedness, installation,
maintenance, management, reliability, routing, security, and testing
between network operators. In addition, the NGIIF addresses issues
which impact the interconnection of existing and next generation
networks and facilitate the transition to emerging technologies.
• http://www.atis.org/ngiif/index.asp
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Committee/Forum Mission/Scope
 IPTV Interoperability Forum (IIF):
The IIF enables the interoperability, interconnection, and implementation
of IPTV systems/services by developing ATIS standards and facilitating
related technical activities. This forum will place an emphasis on North
American and ATIS Member Company needs in coordination with other
regional and international standards development organizations.
• http://www.atis.org/iif/index.asp
 Wireless Technologies and Systems Committee (WTSC):
WTSC develops and recommends standards and technical reports
related to wireless and/or mobile services and systems, including service
descriptions and wireless technologies. WTSC develops and
recommends positions on related subjects under consideration in other
North American, regional and international standards bodies.
• http://www.atis.org/0160/index.asp
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Committee/Forum Mission/Scope
 Packet Technologies and Systems Committee (PTSC):
PTSC develops and recommends standards related to services,
architectures, and signaling, in addition to related subjects under
consideration in other North American and international standards
bodies.
• http://www.atis.org/0191/index.asp
 Telecom Management and Operations Committee (TMOC):
TMOC develops operations, administration, maintenance and
provisioning standards, and other documentation related to Operations
Support System (OSS) and Network Element (NE) functions and
interfaces for communications networks - with an emphasis on standards
development related to U.S.A. communication networks in coordination
with the development of international standards.
• http://www.atis.org/0130/index.asp
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ATIS Emergency Communications
Standards (recent deliverables)
 ESIF Standards:
• ATIS-0500013: Approaches to Wireless E911 Indoor Location
Performance Testing
• ATIS-0500014: Initial Stage 2/3 NG9-1-1 Standard Based on
NGN/IMS
• ATIS-0500015: Standardization of location parameter conveyance
architecture and protocols
• ATIS-0500016: Process to Remove Dialable p-ANIs from 9-1-1
Networks
• ATIS-0500017 : Considerations for an Emergency Services Next
Generation Network (ES-NGN)
• ATIS-0500018: p-ANI Allocation Tables for ESQKs, ESRKs, and
ESRDs
• ATIS-0500019: Request for Assistance Interface (RFAI)
Specification
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ATIS Emergency Communications
Standards (recent deliverables)
 NGIIF Standards:
• ATIS-0300098, Best Practices for Emergency Notification System
(ENS) Call Volume Testing Procedure: Wireline (June 2009)
• ATIS-0300013, NIIF Reference Document, Part III, Attachment B,
ISUP Compatibility Tests. (November 2008)
• NIIF Reference Document ATIS-0300016, Part III, Installation,
Testing and Maintenance Responsibilities for SS7 Links and Trunks,
Attachment E, SS7 Network Gateway Screening (May 2009)
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ATIS Emergency Communications
Standards (recent deliverables)
 WTSC Standards:
• J-STD-100: Joint ATIS/TIA CMAS Mobile Device Behavior
Specification
• J-STD-101: Joint ATIS/TIA CMAS Federal Alert Gateway to CMSP
Gateway Interface Specification
• ATIS-0700006: ATIS Standard on Commercial Mobile Alerts Service
(CMAS) Air Interface Specification for GSM/UMTS
• J-STD-036C: Enhanced Wireless 9-1-1 Phase 2 (modification of JSTD-036B in support of Femtocells)
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ATIS Emergency Communications
Standards (recent deliverables)
 Publications available via the ATIS Document Center at:
https://www.atis.org/docstore/default.aspx
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Issue Listing by Committee
 Active ESIF Issues:
• Issue 65: Flexible LDF-AMF Protocol (FLAP) Specification
• Issue 66: Ingress SIP Interface specification between IP Originating Networks
and an ES-NGN
• Issue 67: Request for Assistance Interface (RFAI) Specification - American
National Standard
• Issue 69: Delivery of Uncertainty (UNC) for Wireless E9-1-1 Phase 1 Calls
• Issue 70: Uniform Confidence Percentage for Uncertainty Calculation
• ESIF Issues: http://www.atis.org/esif/issues.asp
 Active WTSC Issues:
• Issue P0026: CMAS via Evolved Packet System (EPS) Public Warning
System (PWS)
• Issue P0028: Certification and Testing of the CMAS C-Interface (J-STD-101)
 WTSC Issues: http://www.atis.org/0160/issues.asp
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Issue Listing by Committee
 Active NGIIF Issues:
• Issue #010, Interoperability and Services Restoration Guidelines for
Telecommunications Disaster Recovery
• Issue #011, Need for Emergency Notification Best Practices
 GNIIF Issues: http://www.atis.org/ngiif/issues.asp
 Active IIF Issues:
• Issue 51: IPTV EAS Update and Maintenance
 IIF Issues: http://www.atis.org/iif/issues.asp
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Issue Listing by Committee
 Active PTSC Issues:
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Issue S0039 - Packet Priority and Priority Call Processing - Phase 2
Issue S0045: Service Requirements for ETS in NGN
Issue S0063: ATIS ETS Authentication
Issue S0081: ETS Wireline Access Requirements
Issue S0082: ETS Phase 2 Network Element Requirements
Issue S0085: NGN GETS (ETS) End-to-End Call Flows
 PTSC Issues: http://www.atis.org/0191/issues.asp
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