Beta 80 is kicking off 2019 with the NG112 Plugtests.


NG 112 Plugtests Emergency Services Beta 80

Next Generation 112/911 is here; today’s technology and resources allow us to send and receive an incredible amount of information, from geo-localization solution to video emergency calls. The next step in the revolution is to make sure that all these resources are interoperable.

Beta 80 has been at the forefront of this transformation, in the past years we’ve actively participated at the last two NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests™, set up by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standard Institute), in partnership with the EENA (European Emergency Number Association).

We will also be present at the next installment of the plug tests which will take place from 28 January to 01 February 2019 at ETSI premises in Sophia Antipolis, France. Beta 80 is introducing its end-to-end Emergency Service IP network (ESInet) platform: a one of a kind solution to implement a full NG112/NG911 architecture, based on the EENA Long Term Definition as well as the NENA i3 Solution.

Furthermore, for the first time an ESInet platform will interoperate with Beta 80’s Pan-European Mobile Emergency App (PEMEA) network, to include in the NG112 platform all the benefits of smartphone apps for emergency purposes, ruled by PEMEA.


The event in a nutshell

“The NG112 Emergency Communications Plugtests will examine and validate the interoperability and conformity of several market solutions using different scenarios and test cases. The purpose of the event is to trial independently and jointly all components of the 112-communication chain based on NG112 networks, such as: location-based call routing; audio, video and real-time text; policy-based routing; emergency apps and PEMEA (the pan-European Mobile Emergency App) architecture, and much more.”


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NENA i3 Solution:

EENA Long Term Defintion: