Softil’s BEEHD is a cross-platform client framework designed for chipset vendors, device manufacturers, system integrators, application developers and service providers looking to accelerate development of IP-based Mission Critical voice and video over LTE (VoLTE and ViLTE) solutions for first responders.
LTE offers wideband mobile connectivity that keeps evolving, offering more freedom and flexibility to deliver data which Tetra or P25 based networks cannot. Mobile Operators, Mobile Device Manufacturers and Application Developers can now offer enhanced communication tools for first responders helping them with the battle for saving and rescuing lives.
Use of the BEEHD MCPTT client framework ensures standard compliant delivery of high-quality Audio and Video over LTE, real-time sharing of imagery and information, instant group communications, chat and presence, all under a secured envelope of authentication and encryption.
The capabilities of Mobile Broadband communication, 4G-LTE and the 5G networks will harness the wideband connectivity to assist public safety agencies in a new era of instant, efficient, reliable, agile and secured situational awareness data.
Compliancy with MCPTT standard requirements
The framework supports a comprehensive set of protocols defined by standardization bodies such as 3GPP, OMA, IETF and utilized by Mission Critical communications over LTE solutions.
Mobile, tablet, PC and other Android, iOS and Windows-based platforms are supported on top of a wide range of chipsets and devices.
Highest quality of experience (QoE)
Utilizes advanced algorithms and A/V codecs to assure superb video and audio quality even in harsh network conditions.
Significant reduction of development, integration and testing efforts.
Flexible and adjustable
Quick adaptation to changing requirements, technology evolution and market trends.
Developing Advanced Mission Critical Communication
There are a number of challenges in developing Mission Critical Public Safety over LTE devices and applications, mainly due to the complexity of the underlying standards and the stringent requirements and regulations with which they need to comply. This white paper outlines these challenges and provides the criteria you require to effectively evaluate third-party public safety over LTE SDKs.