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Subject: Re: [emergency] FYI: New paper "Protecting First-Level ResponderResources in an IP-based Emergency Services Architecture
Thought the following might be of interest. I collaborate with the authors of the referenced paper as part of the OGC standards collaboration work with the IETF. While this work is at a deeper layer in the internet infrastructure than the work of the EM TC, I know that a number of your organizations deal with PSAPS and NENA and other groups that do worry about the topics discussed in this paper.
A group of IETF geopriv/ecrit standards collaborators have written a paper on
"Protecting First-Level Responder Resources in an IP-based Emergency
Services Architecture". They submitted it to the NetCri workshop
(see http://www.cs.umd.edu/~sharno/NetCri07/) and with the permission of
the workshop program chairs they are allowed to distribute it already
before the workshop (which will be April 13th, 2007).
Please find the camera ready version of the paper here:
The purpose of the paper is to give an overview of currently discussed
solution proposals in order to stimulate a discussion about potential
follow-up work that may need to be done in this area.
Carl Reed, PhD
CTO and Executive Director Specification Program
The OGC: Helping the World to Communicate Geographically
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