[tcmtf] Emergency networks: can TCM be useful there?

"Jose Saldana" <jsaldana@unizar.es> Wed, 15 January 2014 15:04 UTC

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Subject: [tcmtf] Emergency networks: can TCM be useful there?
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Hi all,
The Government of the USA is developing FirstNet, which will "provide
emergency responders with the first nationwide, high-speed network dedicated
to public safety". http://www.ntia.doc.gov/page/about-firstnet
Do you think TCM-TF can be useful in these situations? I mean, during an
emergency the traffic may be dramatically increased, so systems may include
TCM as a possibility to be activated when a traffic rush occurs.
Do you think this scenario can be interesting for TCM-TF?