Use Case: UAV's can improve the effectiveness of disaster relief and emergency response efforts by enhancing first responder capabilities and providing advanced predictive capabilities and early warnings. UAV systems can aid in many disaster and emergencies including natural disasters, such as storms, heavy snow, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions, civil disturbances, oil or chemical spills, and urban disasters. These events can make land routes and waterways temporarily inaccessible by terrestrial or marine means and may also interrupt the communication infrastructure, leaving the affected area isolated. UAV's collect real-time data about the scale of the damage caused by the disastrous event and relays information about the disaster zone in real-time to the disaster coordination base. By having timely and correct information, first responder agencies can distribute aid supplies effectively and to the places most in need.
Device(s)If a speaker has been installed in the UAV, voice messages from the disaster coordination base can be delivered to disaster victims via the cellular network, while the voice of victims can be picked up using the microphone mounted on the UA, and relayed back to the disaster coordination base.
E2E Latency: Very low: < 1ms Jitter: Sensitive Data Rate: Very high data rate: ≥ 100 Mbps Availability: Best Effort Criticality: Non critical Communication Direction: Two-way Common Communication Mode: Unicast Data Reporting Mode: Time Driven Mobility (type/speed): Fixed Service Continuity: Required Device Autonomy (Power Constrained): Yes Priority Services (NS/EP): Yes (it would get priority treatment) Guaranteed Service: GBR Security: High Lifespan: Short: 2-4 years Device Density: High (≥10000) Slice Type Slice Type: V2X