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Cell Broadcast system
Common Alerting Protocol GW
LTE Broadcast eMBMS BMSC
one2many is a global provider of national public warning systems and Cell Broadcast solutions.
Their Cell Broadcast systems are used as a component in national public warning systems, one of their first systems went live in April 2012 and is active in the US in the Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS), interface to the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service. One2many systems as part of the WEA service in the US have been used in more than 33.000 public warning events .
In the Netherlands and New Zealand their systems are used in the NL-Alert and Emergency Mobile Alert systems respectively. NL-Alert is following the EU-Alert specifications as defined by ETSI .
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- Emergency management
- Cell Broadcast
- Wireless Emergency Alerts
- "5G Americas White Paper Public Warning Systems in the Americas" (PDF). www.5gamericas.org. 5G Americas. July 2018.
- "Mobile Network Public Warning Systems and the Rise of Cell-Broadcast" (PDF). www.gsma.com. GSMA. January 2013.
- "National Emergency Alert System Goes Live". Government Technology magazine. 10 April 2012.
- "Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA)". Federal Communications Commission. 25 July 2018.
- "Nationwide NL-Alert verification message". Government of the Netherlands. 4 December 2017.
- "Nationwide Emergency Mobile Alert". OurAuckland. 26 November 2017.
- "Second ETSI MCPTT Plugtests reaches 92 per cent success rate for mission critical voice, video and data tests". ETSI. 5 July 2018.
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