|Arico Technologies e.U||Austria||SME|
|Euro Broadband Infrastructure Sarl (member of Eutelsat Group)||Switzerland/France||Large Company|
|Telefonica I+D S.A.U||Spain||R&D|
|Virtual Fort Know AG||Germany||Security Assurance|
|PrioCom B.V||Netherlands||Solution provider|
|T-Mobile Netherlands B.V||Netherlands||Operator|
The architectural approach of BroadPort is flexible to allow for future and possible new network-related multinational deployment options for mission-critical broadband networks for PPDR. Based on the technical concept developed in Phase 1, BroadPort is going to build a prototype covering subsystems situated in four different countries. Automated tests and driver+ based manual test setups will assure technical viability for practitioners. BroadPort introduces the standardised inter-MCS interfaces in order to orchestrate the different level of SpiceNet, the reference architecture, and the participating communication networks. The setup will provide not only interoperability, but mission critical-grade roaming capabilities ensuring a seamless operation of first responders and addressing the high demands of the pan-European mobility scenarios. This approach paves the way to an innovative, fully-mission critical compliant solution meeting the specific requirements of the PPDR community.
“BroadWay is an innovative European programme and a major step into pan-European communication and collaboration.”
“BroadPort is dedicated to design and deploy an innovative next generation Mission Critical Solution to the First Responder Community.”
“This consortium has formed a team of experts unparalleled in its industry: Gathering experiences that reach from control room applications through networks access and operations, mission critical services till mobile applications and devices.
“Frequentis consortium shapes a refence system with mission critical broadband communication technology on pan-European level.”