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In early May 2019, ATIS advanced the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) system by publishing four critical standards setting WEA 3.0 into action. These are for use by Commercial Mobile Service Providers (CMSPs), Federal Alert Gateway Providers, infrastructure vendors, Operating System (OS) providers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), and chipset manufacturers in developing an end-to-end WEA 3.0 system. These standards address key capabilities, including 24-hour message retention in the device and device-based geo-fencing (DGBF) for improved geo-targeting of WEA messages. Aspects of DBGF addressed in the standards include a limit of 10 circles/polygons and a maximum of 100 total coordinates that can be sent by an Alert Originator (AO) in a WEA 3.0 message; device location determination to support the 0.1 mile overshoot requirement; handling of alert presentation for devices initially outside the alert polygon that later rove into the polygon; and more. Targeted to Public Safety and Emergency Managers and open to all interested parties, the webinar overviews how these WEA enhancements are intended to perform in the field in support of the AOs. The current regulatory environment will be covered.
Ms. Terri Brooks is a Principal Engineer for T-Mobile USA. Her current focus includes regulatory topics in ATIS and 3GPP SA (Services and System Aspects). She has been involved in Public Safety and Lawful Intercept work in US Standards since 1994, holding leadership positions in joint ATIS/TIA standards specification task forces and participating is related CSRIC (Communications, Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council) groups.
Ms. Brooks has been participating in the 5G development of the 3GPP CT (Core Network and Terminals) and RAN (Radio Access Network) technical groups, and is currently chairing the GSMA 5GSI Task Force. She holds multiple patents in these topics.
Assistant Vice President
Standards & Industry Alliances
Brian K. Daly is a globally recognized technology visionary and thought leader for emerging technologies, responsible for AT&T’s Standards & Industry Alliances. His focus is on emerging technologies for 5G and beyond; softwarization; open source; public safety initiatives including mission critical services for FirstNet, earthquake early warning, and wireless emergency alerts; IoT including C-V2X, Smart Cities, UAS/UAVs; Cybersecurity and national security/emergency preparedness/critical infrastructure protection. Brian is responsible for managing AT&T’s leadership in global standards, including 3GPP, ATIS, GSMA, 5G Americas, IEEE, NGMN, NENA, SAE. Brian is a leading contributor to ATIS Board, TOPS Council and Standards Committee initiatives, resulting in the implementation of key industry standards.
Brian represents AT&T on the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council (TAC), where along with other industry experts are tasked to assist the FCC to identify important areas of innovation and develop informed technology policies supporting America’s competitiveness and job creation in the global economy. Brian currently co-leads the TAC’s 5G/IoT working group, and previously led the shaping of a national objective for Mobile Device Theft Prevention. Brian’s leadership is also reflected in additional federal advisory committee and industry initiatives, including working groups under the FCC’s Communications Reliability, Security, and Interoperability Committee (CSRIC) and the White House/National Science Foundation Advanced Wireless Platforms Research initiative. Brian is a member of the FBI’s Infragard partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector promoting mutual learning opportunities relevant to the protection of Critical Infrastructure.
Brian represents AT&T on the GSM Association North American Regional Interest Group CTO Advisory Group and is Chair of the North American Fraud Forum and Security Group. Brian is chair of the SAE’s Cellular V2X Advanced Applications Technical Committee, co-chair of the ANSI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Standardization Collaborative Critical Infrastructure & Environment working group, represents ATIS on the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council Board, leads 5G Americas Strategic initiatives, and is a member of CTIA’s Cybersecurity Working Group. He is a current Board Director of the IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO) and is a past Board member of the IEEE Communications Society Standards Development Board.
Brian holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University with an emphasis in electromagnetic engineering (antennas and microwaves) and communication systems. He holds over 160 patents in telecommunications, public safety, and cybersecurity.
Senior Director – Global Standards Development