Rescue search area prioritisation using mobile coverage boundary in HTZ
Register now your seat in next webinar about ATDI’s latest innovation in the rescue supporting system using mobile coverage maps in HTZ.
The baseline concept of the system is to use the missing person’s connection to the operators’ mobile service base stations (3G to 5G). When the rescue search mission is received from the missing person’s phone call, the operation centre identifies the connected and not-connected base stations. Using the radio equipment database provided by the spectrum regulatory agency, HTZ automatically calculates the coverage boundary of both connected and not-connected base stations. Finally, it offsets the overlapping coverages and identifies the most probable areas of the lost. It also supports the possible moving path based on the time sequence of the phone calls received from the missing person.
The system has been deployed in South Korea supported by Korea Communications Agency (KCA) in October 2020 to assist the country’s rescue service.
- Mission scenario
- System architecture
- Automation set up: input parameters and propagation model
- Coverage calculation and analysis: connected, not-connected and overlapping coverage
- Final output
Session 1: Nov. 17, 9:30 am, London (GMT+1)
Session 2: Nov. 17, 10:30 am, Sydney (GMT+11, AEST)
Session 3: Nov. 17, 11:30 am, Washington DC (GMT-4)