On the 26th of April, the first time worldwide, a police hot pursuit scenario was executed with the participation of police officers of Belgium, the Netherlands’ and Germany, supported by the three interconnected Tetra networks. This first run was used to experience how the networks performed in a realistic cross border action. This Police hot pursuit scenario is part of the ISITEP project.
A second Demo run will be executed on Wednesday the 25th of May, 2016 in Limburg, the Netherlands.
The Police hot pursuit demo aims to demonstrate the feasibility of a police cross border cooperation in a scenario involving Dutch, German and Belgium TETRA networks, where communications over ISI gateways will allow interoperability and migration of terminals. This second ‘Three Country Pilot’ will be a small scale cross border field exercise, where the procedures for a joined operation between police organizations from the three countries will be played out.
The Inter System Interoperability for Tetra-TetraPol Networks project (ISITEP) is an EU funded iniative that aims to develop the procedures, technology and legal agreements to achieve a cost effective global solution for PPDR interoperability.
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- 10:00 AM Arrival, registration and coffee
- 10:30 AM Opening and Welcome
- 10:45 AM Cross border communications in Limburg area
- 11:15 AM ISITEP to support cross border policing operations
- 12:00 PM Network Lunch
- 01:30 PM Introduction to the Hot Pursuit Demonstration
- 02:00 PM Live report of the Hot Pursuit
- 03:00 PM Break
- 03:30 PM Sharing some Hot Pursuit Impressions first results; what next ?
- 04:00 PM Wrap-up and closure
Kerkrader Steenweg 4
6468 PA Kerkrade
Limburg, the Netherlands