Established to review existing standards and provide recommendations to help ensure a common set of open standards, HIPAA compliant interfaces that are adopted for sharing patient data across various technology systems used by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and hospitals including hospital electronic health records (EHR).
Established to review existing standards and provide recommendations for a common set of standards for real time public safety video communications.
Focused on delivering best practice cybersecurity recommendations as well as validation against defined use cases. A pass/fail validation test plan, along with industry standard metrics, will be utilized to make sure public safety has the best information possible when tackling cybersecurity threats.
Focused on recommending a best-in-class single sign on (SSO) platform based on a well-defined architecture with combined elements and network modules/solutions for public safety.
Focused on providing a recommended set of criteria that fosters and encourages the delivery of standards-compliant mission critical push to talk, data and video platforms based on the 3GPP standard. This includes the support and management of plugtests, liaison work with other groups, and ability to publish and certify the test criteria with features that are in line with the needs of public safety users.
Focused on selecting a mapping standard to bridge the gaps among common existing mapping platforms. This subcommittee will work closely with the Situational Awareness subcommittee to make sure there is a complementary set of recommended standards.
Focused on recommending a standard and interface structures that will make the situational awareness platform for public safety users much easier to integrate into existing systems.
Focused on defining and recommending a common solution/framework for LMR integration with LTE broadband. This subcommittee will work closely with the MCPTX subcommittee to make sure there is a complementary set of recommended standards.