The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) announced the public-safety cluster, including all types of communications during an emergency. The four scenarios comprise communications from authorities to the public, between authorities, from the public to authorities, and between the public.
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ETSI Emergency Communications (EMTEL) technical committee produced specifications for each of the four scenarios and updates them as necessary. For example, ETSI EMTEL developed the European requirements for the public warning system.
ETSI said each of its clusters represent a major component of a global information communications technology architecture and includes the work of a number of technical committees and associated working groups.
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