Ready for fully connected Emergency Services solutions? Embrace 4G now to prepare your 5G future
5G has the potential to revolutionise Public Safety. But moving to 5G has its challenges. Many European Emergency Services are concerned about introducing 5G because of the perceived lack of coverage and backward interoperability with current devices.
The good news is that 4G LTE networks have evolved to support Emergency Services stringent requirements and are projected to be around for the next ten years and co-exist with 5G networks.
Download this white paper to:
- Evaluate 4G LTE use cases for Emergency Services including in-vehicle connectivity, high-speed video offload and temporary healthcare facilities deployment.
- Learn about the AirLink XR80 LTE Cat 20 router, which using 3GPP prioritisation mechanisms to ensure mission-critical communications take priority over other network traffic
- Understand how European Emergency Services can take advantage of the highest 4G performance and easily transition to 5G when the networks and their organisation are ready