MCOP API upgrade

As part of our focus of maintaining and upgrading the MCOP open APIs, we are proud to announce the latest refactoring and upgrade of the MCOP Unified Open Application API, the so called MUOAPI.

The main feature comes with the update of the existing version to now support MCPTT, MCVideo and MCData services.

Full feature list of the upgrade includes:

  • Expansion to enable deploying the three mission critical services -MCS- (MCPTT, MCVideo and MCData). (e.g. different service affiliation support)
  • MCData Short Distribution Service (SDS) support.
  • Functional Alias support.
  • Emergency Alert support.
  • Group management operation support (e.g. group formation, temporary group management).
  • User and group permission management expansion.
  • Remote group selection support.

The complete updated MUOAPI documentation can already be found in our website.

As part of the update, our existing Demo SDK and Demo MCPTT Client have also been refactored to deal with the updated MUOAPI, while keeping the same features as before (MCPTT Rel14 support, no MCData/MCVideo).

Also, upon feedback and request from the MCOP community, our demo apps are now compatible with the latest Android versions, including Android 11 version.

Happy MCS app coding!

PSCR 2020: The Digital Experience!

PSCR hosts an annual public safety broadband stakeholder meeting that brings together representatives from public safety, federal agencies, industry, and academia. Participants hear from PSCR engineers and researchers about testing updates, upcoming R&D efforts, and opportunities to get involved. PSCR invites industry leaders and public safety partners to present on cutting edge technology findings, features, and functionalities. The Annual Stakeholder Meeting enables PSCR to receive direct input, guidance, and feedback from their diverse stakeholder community. 

Since 2010, PSCR has held an annual Stakeholder Meeting to receive direct input, guidance, and feedback from public safety stakeholders across sectors. This information exchange has been invaluable to the success of the PSCR program and advancement of public safety communications technologies.

That’s why, in 2020, as part of our ongoing commitment to transparency, PSCR is developing a digital experience for sharing out yearly research updates. This new, virtual format will ensure stakeholders receive the cutting-edge updates they expect from PSCR delivered to wherever they are.

MCOP will be part of this this years Impacts Panel, explaining their experience. Stay tuned!

More information: https://www.nist.gov/ctl/pscr/annual-stakeholder-meeting

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