Nationwide 700 Megahertz (MHz) Interoperable Public Safety

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Nationwide 700
Megahertz (MHz)
Interoperable
Public Safety Mobile
Broadband Network
Annual Conference
Vancouver, May 31, 2013
Communications Interoperability
Strategy for Canada
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The Communications Interoperability Strategy for
Canada (CISC) is the result of the collaborative efforts
of leaders representing all levels of government and
emergency response services from across Canada
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Approved by Federal, Provincial and Territorial (F/P/T)
Ministers Responsible for Emergency Management in
January 2011, the CISC Action Plan tasks national
emergency management partners to develop the
700 MHz implementation strategy
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In 2010, Industry Canada (IC) initiated its public
consultation on 700 MHz spectrum. In February 2011,
the public safety community recommended that 20 MHz
be set aside
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On March 14, 2012, IC designated 10 MHz for public
safety broadband use. The allocation of another 10
MHz will be decided after the current consultation
initiated on August 24, 2012
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Broadband communications (4G LTE)
•
High speed wireless data service - “desktop
on the road”, optimized for data
communications.
•
Nation-wide interoperability.
•
Will permit high throughput applications such
as:
• Live high-quality video viewing and
transmission.
• Database access such as GIS and
hazardous materials handling.
• Biometric data up-loading and records
retrieval.
•
Not usable for mission-critical voice service in
near-term, but maybe in future.
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…it will complement Land Mobile Radios
• Public safety will rely on LMR for mission critical voice for many years
• Municipalities will continue to invest in LMR services
• Sharing infrastructure will keep costs down and enhance coverage
• The PSBN will be able to bridge LMR domains when developed by LTE 3GPP
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Categories of Users and their requirements
User Type
Definition
Number of Users
Category 1
Police, fire, emergency medical services and
emergency management organizations
208,000
Category 2
Forestry, public works, utilities, public transit,
hazardous material clean-up, border protection and
other agencies contributing to public safety
333,000
Category 3
Other government agencies and certain nongovernmental organizations or entities that play a role
in ensuring the safety of the public
200,000
End-user requirements
Coverage
 Geographic coverage
 In-building coverage
 In-city dead zones
Network capability and
capacity
 Sufficient capacity to avoid congestion during high-usage events (sports
events, riots, weather)
 Network Reliability
 Prioritization of public safety users when they roam from the PSBN to
commercial carriers over other users
 Pre-emption of other users in favour of public safety users when the latter roam
from PSBN to commercial networks
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National Federated Network Model
National Entity (Primary Licensee)
• Federally Incorporated Not-for-Profit Corporation
• Mission: To develop a fully operational network delivering nationwide interoperable, end-to-end
mobile broadband services to the Canadian public safety community.
• Purpose: Spectrum license holder; promote standards and interoperability, in part via training
guidelines, education and awareness efforts; develop and operate core.
• Members: Voting Members with legal, financial, operational and/or technical interest
• Board of Directors (BOD) : Represents a diverse expertise and skill set to oversee the activities of
the Corporation
• Executive Director: Appointed by the BOD to lead and manage the day-today operations
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•
Federal Agencies
National Databases
Regional Entities (Subsidiary Licensees)
• Structure of each of the 13 regional entities will vary between jurisdiction to
reflect regional diversity
• May leverage existing structures
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Service Delivery…3 Actors
National Entity
Not-For-Profit Corporation
Board of Directors
• Nationwide services (manage PLMN ID, roaming agreements)
• Nationwide Applications
• National connectivity
National Operating Entity
Regional Service Delivery Entities
Regional Governance
Regional Operator
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•
•
•
Implement and operate regional network
Provide regional services and Applications
Interface with the public safety agencies
Provide geographic service coverage
End User Agencies
• The RSDEs bring the municipalities'
information networks on-line and therefore
accessible by first responders
• Procure devices and deployable equipment
• Pay for services to RSDE
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Levelling complexity
Governance &
National Entity Document
Network Architecture
Document
De-Risk the implementation
Implementation Options
(5 models)
RFI/RFP
Technical Interoperability
Standards Document
Pilot Network
in the
National Capital Region
Public Safety
Broadband Network
Operational Requirements
Document
Network Security
Information Security
Document
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700 MHz Strategic Plan
“From Vision to Action”
Action plans
vision:
To establish a fully
operational network
delivering nationwide,
interoperable, end-to-end
broadband data
communications services to
the Canadian public safety
community
Acronyms
BoD: Board of Directors
NCR: National Capital Region
CIRTEC: Communications
Interoperability Testing and
Evaluation Centre
NFP: Not-for-profit
RSDE: Regional Service
Delivery entities
RFI/P: Request for
Information/proposal
Create the National Entity and
appoint the BoD
Run a Pilot Network in the
NCR and establish CIRTEC
Create the RSDEs
Governance Plan
Create NFP
Appoint BOD
Establish NE
Develop RFI/RFP
Establish CIRTEC
P/T and
Stakeholder
Engagement Plan
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Project Timeline
04/2013
07/2013
10/2013
01/2014
04/2014
07/2014
10/2014
01/2015
04/2015
07/2015
10/2015
01/2016
Industry Canada and Carriers
Commercial Auction
Build out of 700 MHz LTE networks
Create the NFP, form the BOD and establish the National Entity (PS Lead)
Incorporate
NFP
Appoint
BOD
Select CEO
National
Entity
Run a Pilot Network in the NCR and establish CIRTEC (CSS Lead)
Develop RFI; define
requirements, scope
and roll-out plan
Issue
RFI
Prepare
RFP
Issue RFP
Issue
contract
Build
Test
Commission
the pilot
network
Operate
the pilot
network
Create the Regional Service Delivery Entities
RSDE’s
Established
(ON and QC)
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The 700 MHz Project Management Team
Is committed to:
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Creating an implementation model and
interoperability standards in line with regional
management and needs
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Working with all key stakeholders to plan,
coordinate and optimize the use of existing
facilities to reduce cost
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Offering opportunities to validate and pilot
regional components of the network
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Real time multimedia
at the right time,
to the right person
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Backup slides
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Network Architecture
National Entity
• Nationwide services
• Nationwide Applications
• National connectivity
Regional Service Delivery
Entities
• Regional services
• Regional Applications
• Regional connectivity
Federal network access
• RCMP; CBSA; Transport
Canada; NSS; DND/CF
• National Databases
Local information networks
• Internet access
• LMR networks
• NG911 PSAPs
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The Service Delivery Model
Layered Resiliency
• Devastated areas = damaged infrastructure
• Isolated areas = no fixed infrastructure
Mobile Ad-hoc
Mesh Network
LTE EPS
on Wheels
Ad-hoc Mesh Network
Direct-mode
LTE eNB
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