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TR 22.879 (SA1)
Feasibility study on Mission Critical Video Services over LTE

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Rapporteur:  Ms. Villebrun, Emmanuelle

The present document studies use cases and identifies potential requirements for operation of the MCVideo Service. MCVideo makes use of capabilities included in Group Communications System Enablers for LTE (GCSE_LTE), Proximity based Services (ProSe), and Isolated E-UTRAN operation for Public Safety, with additional requirements specific to the MCVideo Service. The MCVideo Service can be used for public safety applications and also for general commercial applications (e.g., utility companies and railways).
As far as possible, the MCVideo service will reuse applicable elements from MCPTT service.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 12
2  ReferencesWord-p. 12
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 12
4  OverviewWord-p. 14
5  On network Use CasesWord-p. 14
5.1  MCVideo affiliation process (on network, off network, IOPS)Word-p. 14
5.2  MCVideo Group communication after Emergency AlertWord-p. 14
5.3  MCVideo Car Bombing Incident Use CaseWord-p. 16
5.4  MCVideo Remote Monitoring of a Road Traffic Stop Use CaseWord-p. 17
5.5  MCVideo Pursuit scenario Use CaseWord-p. 19
5.6  MCVideo Hostage Incident Use CaseWord-p. 21
5.7  MCVideo Train Crash and Fire Use CaseWord-p. 23
5.8  MCVideo: Real time Video Use CaseWord-p. 25
5.9  Real Time Video with Late Entry Use CaseWord-p. 26
5.10  MCVideo: Investigation of Police Officers Use CaseUpWord-p. 27
5.11  Downlink Pull a Mission Critical Video to an MCPTT UserWord-p. 29
5.12  Intra event video priority (On network, off network, IOPS)Word-p. 31
5.13  Simultaneously receiving video and voiceWord-p. 32
5.14  Management of Different Combination of Video and VoiceWord-p. 32
5.15  Concurrency of video broadcast and MCPTT serviceWord-p. 34
5.16  Management of Different Sources of VideoUpWord-p. 35
5.17  Air to ground communications (On network)Word-p. 37
5.18  MCVideo Push Use CaseWord-p. 37
5.19  Mission Critical Video TransmissionWord-p. 38
5.20  Video availability notification (On network)Word-p. 41
5.21  Video consultation (On network)Word-p. 42
5.22  MCVideo Select Use CaseWord-p. 42
5.23  Automatic remote video management (On network, off network, IOPS)Word-p. 44
5.24  Robots video remote control (On network, off network, IOPS)Word-p. 45
5.25  MCVideo User Selection Capabilities Use CaseWord-p. 46
5.26  MCVideo Video processingWord-p. 48
5.27  MCVideo Camera Discovery Use CaseWord-p. 49
5.28  MCVideo User Profile Use CaseWord-p. 50
5.29  MCVideo Car Crash Use CaseWord-p. 52
5.30  Multiple events and priority management (On network)Word-p. 54
5.31  MCVideo Emergency CallWord-p. 55
5.32  MCVideo Emergency Alert Triggered by LocationWord-p. 56
5.33  Video forwarding via D2D Relaying from disaster site Use CaseWord-p. 57
5.34  Video forwarding via direct D2D connection from disaster site Use CaseWord-p. 58
5.35  MCVideo Plane Crash and Fire Use CaseWord-p. 59
5.36  MCVideo Group Transmit Request and Grant Use CaseWord-p. 62
5.37  MCVideo Group Transmit Termination Use CaseWord-p. 63
5.38  MCVideo Group Transmit Request Queued Use CaseWord-p. 65
5.39  MCVideo Use of Multiple UEs Use CaseWord-p. 66
5.40  MCVideo Priority and Pre-emption Use CaseWord-p. 67
5.41  MCVideo Override Use CaseWord-p. 69
5.42  MCVideo Digital Evidence Handling Use CaseWord-p. 71
6  Off network Use CasesWord-p. 73
6.1  Off-Network MCVideo Chemical Spill and Fire Use CaseUpWord-p. 73
6.2  UE-to-Network Video Relay Use CaseWord-p. 75
6.3  MCVideo UE-to-Network Relay to UE-to-UE Relay Service Continuity Use CaseWord-p. 77
6.4  MCVideo UE-to-UE Relay to ProSe Communications Service Continuity Use CaseWord-p. 79
6.5  MCVideo Network to ProSe Communications Service Continuity Use CaseWord-p. 80
6.6  Off-Network MCVideo Collapsed Parking Garage Use CaseWord-p. 82
6.7  Off-Network MCVideo Group Transmit Termination Use CaseWord-p. 84
6.8  Off-Network MCVideo User Profile Use CaseWord-p. 85
6.9  Off-Network MCVideo Emergency Alert Use CaseWord-p. 87
6.10  Off-Network MCVideo Emergency Group CommunicationWord-p. 89
6.11  Off-Network MCVideo Group Transmit Request and GrantWord-p. 91
6.12  Off-Network MCVideo Priority and Pre-emption Use CaseWord-p. 92
7  Isolated E-UTRAN Operation for Public Safety (IOPS) Use CasesWord-p. 94
7.1  Isolated E-UTRAN Operation for Public Safety for MCVideoWord-p. 94
8  Priority ManagementWord-p. 95
8.1  Priority Management (On network)Word-p. 95
9  MobilityUpWord-p. 95
9.1  A complex network contextWord-p. 95
9.2  Mobility use caseWord-p. 97
10  ConsiderationsWord-p. 98
10.1  Considerations on securityWord-p. 98
10.2  Considerations on MCvideo serviceWord-p. 99
10.3  Considerations on MCVideo requirements in IOPS modeWord-p. 99
11  Potential requirementsWord-p. 99
11.1  GeneralWord-p. 99
11.2  Consolidated requirementsWord-p. 99
11.2.1  MCVideo services common for on network and off networkWord-p. 99
11.2.2  MCVideo services requirements specific to on network useWord-p. 103
11.3  Consolidated requirements on interactions between mission critical servicesWord-p. 104
11.4  Consolidated requirements on mobility, service continuity, priority management and load balancingWord-p. 105
11.4.1  Service continuity and relayingWord-p. 105
11.4.2  Priority managementWord-p. 105
11.4.3  Mobility managementWord-p. 106
11.4.4  Load balancing requirementsWord-p. 106
11.4.5  Priority management in ProSeWord-p. 106
12  Conclusion and RecommendationsWord-p. 106
A  Change historyWord-p. 107

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