MCPTT- MISSION CRITICAL PUSH-TO-TALK
MCPTT - Mission Critical Push To TalkA Push To Talk service provides an arbitrated method by which two or more users may engage in communication. Users may request permission to transmit - for example, by means of a press of a button. The MCPTT Service is intended to support communication between several users (a group call), where each user has the ability to gain access to the permission to talk in an arbitrated manner. However, the MCPTT Service also supports Private Calls between pairs of users.
- Private call 1-1
- First to answer call 1-1 (many)
- Ambience listening call
- Remote ambience listening
- Group Call 1- many
- Chat Call 1 – many
- Board cast Call 1- many
- Temporary Groups
- Network On/Off
- Priority modes
MCVideo - Mission Critical Video
Mission Critical refers to meeting the needs of agencies providing Public Safety services such as Police, Fire and Ambulance services. Those needs include high reachability, availability and reliability of the service, low latency, real time operating capabilities, highly secured operations, private and group communications, handling of emergencies and the ability to provide prioritisation.
- Video Streaming
- Surveillance Cameras
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
MCVideo - Mission Critical Data
MCData defines a service for Mission Critical Data services. As well as voice services, current mission critical users have been increasing their use of data services, including low throughput services on legacy networks and data services on commercial networks. This need will continue to grow with the creation of the new multimedia services. The MCData service needs to provide a means to manage all data connections of mission critical users in the field and provide relevant resources to those who need it.
- Short Instant Messaging (private / group)
- File Sharing
- Location Sharing