This essential communication system enables policemen, firefighters, and other groups of public officials to communicate and promptly support rescue efforts using dedicated terminals both in normal times and emergencies. It is a single communication network on a national scale supporting one channel of command and control, and integrated response at disaster sites. It adopts fourth-generation wireless technologies for Disaster and Safety management, making available real-time feeds of accident and/or risk sites in real time for quick and efficient response. The function and performance of the network was validated through a pilot program, and it will be in full service from 2018.
Disaster and Safety Communications Network (Korea Safe-Net)