CELL BROADCAST (CB)
CB messaging functionality is a standard in all generations of personal telecommunications and is an operating feature resident in all mobile handset devices. All technologies utilized by the UPSEN system are operational and available from multiple vendors and fully CAP (Common Alerting Protocol) compliant.
Thanks to UPSENS fast alert system notification allowed citizen to escape horrific disaster
COMMON ALERTING PROTOCOL (CAP)
The Common Alerting Protocol, CAP, provides universal standards for the structure, security, and transmission of emergency messaging.
The harmonized use of cell broadcast messaging for issuing critical alerts (ALERT) and information (INFO) is defined by European Telecommunications Standards Institute, ETSI, and has been incorporated into the 3GPP standards.
UNITED NATIONS RECOGNIZED
The UN Agency for Disaster Risk Reduction, UNDRR, recognizes international organizations able to validate and publish emergency-event information utilizing CAP.
UPSEN OPERATING SYSTEM
Authenticates the non-repudiation of
the content workstation address.
Determines CAP format compliance,
Copies content data,
Generates a message proposal file
Proposal filtered for distribution criteria compliance
Acknowledgement of proposal is published
Record of authenticity generated
Content record forwarded to the Cell Broadcast/Multicast Enabling Platform
MOBILE MULTICAST OPERATING SYSTEM
Defines the Cell Broadcast polygon
Reformats CAP data to Interface with Network's CBC vendor or the UPSEN System CB enabled network vendor compliant shared CBCs,
Filters UPSEN content to comply with all host-nation Regulations
Forwards CBC Multicast format data to the polygon defined MNOs
Sends a conformation tag to the originating IP address
Performs language translations
Requests Broadcast conformation from the MNOs