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TITLE Automatic population of talk groups, initiated by a
computer through an API
by Niels Erik Jorgensen , Motorola
Currently the population of talk
groups (TG’s) are done manually. This can be a slow process, taking into
consideration of all the other tasks an operator has.
The population of the TG’s could be
done through a well-defined interface (API) between the computer system and the
radio system. Such configuration could be based on criteria determined by
software or hardware. This will allow the decision making of configuration of
talk groups in a radio system to be automated and taken over by computers
instead of as today an operator, or semi-manual allow computers to suggest a
configuration and let the operator acknowledge the operation.
Today computers are applied as
surveillance systems or simulators and they will be more and more involved as a
tool in the decision-making. This impose new challenges to the command and
control centres as some of the decision making naturally should move from a
manual process to an automated process free up valuable time for the operator.
Today computer systems survey a water
supply system. Sudden drops in the water pressure due to a large hole in one of
the supply pipes could initiate a numerical simulation by a computer. Based on
the numerical simulation the computer would be able to determine:
what pipe or region has the damage occurred?
is the current and eventually future impact of the damage (eg. Derived
from coupling to a GIS system).
type people need to be involved in the problem solving.
people with a specific profile are closest to the incident?
are the communication needs?
The radio system can offer:
stations with their location.
each mobile station a set of attributes and services the person can