Anritsu’s eCall Tester MX703330E has earned independent certification as a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) simulator by NavCert, an EU-government-approved test body. By receiving NavCert certification, Anritsu’s eCall test solution that integrates the eCall Tester MX703330E software and its Signalling Tester MD8475A/B supports type-approval tests in compliance with Commission Delegated Regulation 2017/79, as well as CEN EN16454: 2015 conformance tests.By earning certification from the EU-approved NavCert, the Anritsu eCall test solution provides customers with complete confidence for earning equipment-type approval. The MX703330E software emulates the communications sequence between the eCall in-vehicle system (IVS) and PSAP. The Signalling Tester MD8475A/B functions as a base station for configuring the virtual GSM/WCDMA network used by eCall.Adding the SmartStudio Manager MX847503A software automates the settings and test procedures for Minimum Set of Data (MSD) communications tests and voice-call connections required by CEN EN16454: 2015 and other approval tests, helping eliminate operator error and increasing eCall evaluation test efficiency. Moreover, the MX703330E software also supports the ERA-GLONASS emergency service system deployment in Russia.eCall is a pan-European emergency-call system for sending information about road accidents to a PSAP. The mandatory fitting of 112-based eCall IVS on all new M1- and N1-category vehicles begins March 31, 2018. Regulation 2017/79, specifying detailed technical requirements and test procedures for the type approval, requires using a PSAP simulator under the control of the technical service, compliant with the applicable EN standards and certified in accordance with EN16454.
Representative Knopp: “When it happens in your back yard it gets a little personal. They requested (at the town hall meeting) that we do this, and it’s a fair and reasonable request. More importantly when you have a guy that targets anyone for any reason, and it was targeted, that wasn’t random not three in a row. If you can put a guy like that away for a little bit longer I think it is well worth it.” A town hall meeting was held at the Soldotna Public Library after Willis spoke out on social media to share her story after she was attacked at knife point at her home in Sterling. Willis believes she was attacked because of her status in the gay community. House Bill 198 was pre-filed ahead of the upcoming legislative session set to begin this week. The resolution states; AS 12.55.155(c)(22) specifies factors to include an offense directed at “a victim because of that person’s race, sex, color, creed, physical or mental disability, ancestry, or national origin”; and WHEREAS, hate crime protections outlined in AS 12.55.155(c)(22) do not currently include sexual orientation or gender identity. If approved by the city council will send copies of the resolution to Representative Gary Knopp, Representative Ben Carpenter, Representative, Sarah Vance, and Senator Peter Micciche. Representative Knopp said he would support the bill to expand on Alaska’s hate crime statute to cover sexual orientation and gender identity. The proposal to change Alaska’s hate crimes statute was sparked by a threat and then two alleged attacks against Tammie Willis, a gay rights activist in Soldotna. “Soldotna is a diverse community, with residents who fall along the full range of the sexual orientation and gender identity spectrums; and the fundamental civil and human rights of all individuals should be upheld regardless of a person’s race, sex, color, creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity; and acts of racism, bigotry, xenophobia, religious discrimination, and acts of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity have no place in our community”. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna City Council will look at a resolution at their meeting on Wednesday that would support the expansion of hate crime protections under AS 12.55.155(c)(22) to include “sexual orientation or gender identity” through Alaska House Bill 198. The council will look at the resolution at their meeting on Wednesday.