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IARU / WRC

The Amateur Service as Provider of Emergency Communications

Humanitarian assistance would not be possible without the work of numerous volunteers. These volunteers work with institutions and organizations providing shelter, food, healthcare, as well as technical and logistical services.  The dependency of all emergency operations on telecommunications and information technologies is increasing continuously. The skills of the volunteers from the ranks of the Amateur Service cover this specific need.

The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU), its Member Societies and specialized groups on local, national or regional level train and work in close cooperation with institutional providers of emergency response, governmental and non-governmental organizations.

The mobile unit on display outside the WRC-15 shows examples of what these volunteers can provide.  Transmission modes available to the Amateur Service allow inter-operation with public networks through gateways outside an affected area. The typically ”point-to-point” and narrow bandwidth links cannot serve as a substitute for the Internet connectivity necessary for access to social networks or other large-volume information media. They can however ensure global e-mail connectivity. Such links are indispensable for the communication between assistance providers in the field and their headquarters. At the same time, they directly support a need of the affected population:  To be deprived of the public networks that are taken for granted in an increasing part of the world is felt almost as much as a lack of food and shelter and the loss of other necessities.

The Amateur Service networks are only part of what the skilled operators of this service often provide when all other networks fail, be it due to physical impact of a catastrophic event or due to overload. Operators of the Amateur Service are used to “make things work” with whatever means available. Training for difficult situations is part of their everyday activities in the many different fields of Amateur Radio. These activities span from building and maintaining equipment all the way to exercising one’s skills in establishing communication links even under some times particularly adverse conditions.

Thank you for visiting our mobile unit. The volunteers present there, as well as the IARU delegates, will be glad to provide any additional information you might be interested in.

http://www.iaru.org

http://www.iaru.org/emergency-telecommunications-guide.html

 

 

International Amateur Radio Union

Administrative Council Meeting

Bali, Indonesia

9-10 October 2015

WRC-15 IARU Team

Agenda Reference: 7.2.2

Document: AC15-7.2.2-1

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Purpose of Paper:

No Action Requested –

For Information Only

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Source:  President

 

IARU TEAM PLANNER

 

NAME

DELEGATE

DATES ATTENDING

ROLE

Tim Ellam VE6SH

IARU

November 1-14

November 23-27

Co-Team Leader

(AI 1.18/future AIs )

Ole Garpestad LA2RR

IARU (NOR)

November 2-27

Co-Team Leader

(AI 1.4/1.12/9.1)

Dave Sumner K1ZZ

IARU

November 8-11

IARU Support

Reception

Don Beattie G3BJ

IARU

November 10 (?)

IARU Support

Reception

Reinaldo Leandro YV5AM

IARU

November 1-14

R2 Liaison

Brennan Price N4QX

USA

October 25-December 2

US Del

Jon Siverling WB3ERA

USA

November 2-28

US Del

Hans Blondeel-Timmerman PB2T

HOL

November 2-28

CEPT AI 1.4 Spokesperson

Ken Yamamoto JA1CJP

JAP

November 2-28

Japan Del

Dale Hughes VK1DSH

AUS (IARU)

October 31-November 28

Australian Del

WG Chair

Colin Thomas G3PSM

UK

November 1-28

UK Del

Uli Mueller DK4VW

GER

November 2-28

German Del

Bryan Rawlings VE3QN

CAN

November 2-28

CDN Del

Flavio Archangelo PY2ZX

BRA

October 29-November 29

BRA Del

(R2)

Tafa Diop 6W1KI

ATU

November 1-8

ATU Del

Faisal Alajmi 9K2RR

Kuwait

November 2-28

Kuwait Del

Hans Zimmermann HB9AQS

IARU

November 8-14

IARU Support and Emcom Trailer

 

Don Wallace ZL2TLL

NZ

November

NZ Del

 

ITU interview with Hans Zimmermann HB9AQS

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) have released this interview with Hans Zimmermann HB9AQS, IARU International Coordinator for Emergency Communications

The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) is the worldwide federation of national Amateur Radio organizations. Its membership consists of more than 160 member-societies in as many countries and separate territories. The IARU was founded at a meeting in Paris in 1925.

The IARU is recognized by the ITU as the representative of the interests of the amateur and amateur-satellite services. The IARU is a Sector Member of the ITU Radiocommunication and Development Sectors and participates in the Study Groups of both Sectors. Its web site is http://www.iaru.org/

The opinions expressed in ITU interviews are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily represent those of the ITU.

Watch ITU INTERVIEWS @ TDAG: Hans Zimmermann, International Amateur Radio Union (IARU)

Quelle: http://www.southgatearc.org/news/june2012/itu_interview_with_hans_zimmermann_hb9aqs.htm

 

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