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University of Malaga, Spain to Host 8th ETSI MCX Plugtest – The Critical Communications Review

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor
This MCX Plugtests event's objective is to verify the compatibility of various implementations utilizing various scenarios based on 3GPP Mission Critical Services.

ETSI, with the support of the European Commission (EC), the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), the Critical Communications Association (TCCA), the European Utilities Telecom Council (EUTC) and the Union Internationale des Chemins de fer (UIC), is organizing the eighth MCX Plugtests. The Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS) is based on these Mission Critical Features.
This MCX Plugtests event’s objective is to verify the compatibility of various implementations utilizing various scenarios based on 3GPP Mission Critical Services. Additionally, the MCX Plugtests event will test complicated emergency call handling, flexible group communications, and MCData IP Connectivity. The MCX Plugtests event will be expanded to test mission-critical services across the 5G test network in addition to the mission-critical features that have already been tested in previous events over the 4G network. Inter-system communications, including Off-Network, IWF, and Inter-MCX scenarios, will receive particular attention. The tests are based on 3GPP, ETSI and IETF standards and are designed for:
This event will feature tests with 4G and 5G radio equipment (gNBs, eNBs, 5GCs, EPCs, UEs) with Unicast and Multicast support and will also allow Over-The-Top (OTT) testing of Mission Critical Servers and Clients as well as included tests of railways-oriented capabilities. Test Equipment vendors will have the possibility to test as well in the Plugtests.
Vendors which develop and produce above-mentioned equipment
Observers, which can be government organizations, mobile network operators, public safety operators, users, agencies or regulators.
New Vendors and Observers must sign the Rules of Engagement and NDA of the MCX Plugtests Programme to participate. 
Observers are welcome to help define the scope (i.e. functionality to be tested) for this event and to evaluate the tests statistics in the TRT (Test Reporting Tool).
In parallel to the testing, we are planning to organise an observer round table discussion, observer program and interoperability demos. The focus of the observer round table discussion and program is to examine and discuss the progress of deployment and the challenges in testing of the Mission Critical Services for Public Safety and Public Transport. The observer round table discussion and program will be held onsite during the event.
The interoperability demos will be demonstrated by the interested vendors showing interoperability of their equipment by showcasing the MCX Plugtests test cases and observer scenario use cases.
The deadline to register is 21 August 2023.
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