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MCPTT wireshark dissector upgraded with MB2-C and MCCP

As an example of our commitment to open systems and interfaces we released on late May 2016 the initial version of a Wireshark dissector targeting MCPTT protocols.

We developed a LUA based dissector that allowed decoding MCPTT messages simply by placing the dissector in the proper path, with no need to recompile Wireshar/tshark. More specifically it implemented MCPT, the RTCP APP based floor controlling mechanism.

Now, we enhance the dissector with eMBMS related protocols (MB2-C and MCCP).

November 5th, 2016

First release of Nemergent NG112 Location Information Server

Location information is crucial in the event of an emergency. NG112 architecture includes a Location Information Server (LIS) to manage this information. In view of this necessity, the Nemergent team has already made an open-source LIS available in our repository.

June 29th, 2016

First release of the MCPTT Wireshark Dissector

Nemergent team wants to share with the community a useful tool for analyzing Mission Critical Push-To-Talk (MCPTT) communications designed by 3GPP.

May 30th, 2016

First release of Nemergent MCPTT AS

Nemergent team is happy to announce the first release of its MCPTT Application Server, which integrates 3GPP R13 MCPTT suite of standards.

May 25th, 2016

Field of tests: “If you build it, they will come”

In 1989 Kevin Costner starred Field of Dreams. He played the character of Ray Kinsella, a novice Iowa farmer. How is this related to the nemergent initiative?

April 21st, 2016

IMS and Emergency Communications, the rise of the undead

After a long time since its birth and promising rise, IMS seemed to be a dead technology, buried due to the success of mass market proprietary alternatives for VoIP and Instant Messaging.

However, out of the sudden, VoLTE, MCPTT and IMS based eCALL seem to have brought undead IMS back to Life in citizens-to-authorities, first responders and eCALL relevant areas.

April 7th, 2016

MCPTT status

Mission critical communications standardization process began in early 2015 with the creation of SA WG6 – Mission Critical Applications. Initially this working group has been focused on the definition of the functional architecture and the information flows of Mission Critical Push-To-Talk (i.e. MCPTT). About a year later 3GPP practically finished the standardization process and launched MCPTT Rel.13 after the SA#71 plenary meeting, which was held in Gothenburg in March 2016.

April 5th, 2016

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