The paSOS project

The paSOS project is an initiative of the TECSOS Foundation whose purpose is to develop a standard, open and free communications protocol for the inter-working between mobile tele-assistance terminals and alarm centers.
Lead by the TECSOS Foundation through the Steering Comittee, The project is structured in three different groups:




The Technical Working Group (TWG) is formed by representatives of the tele-assistance industry (terminal equipment suppliers, alarm centers suppliers, certifying agencies and consulting companies). 
     
The TWG's mission is to define the paSOS protocol.

The Interest Group is mainly formed by Public Administrations who are involved in running Mobile Teleassistance Services and are backing up the project.
 
 
 
 

The Other Member Entities' Group (OMEG) is formed by the companies (Service Providers, Technology Suppliers, Integrators, Consultancies etc...) that are interested in the project but are not directly involved in the protocol's development works.  

News

  • Newsletter paSOS http://www.fundaciontecsos.es/newsletter/1-pasos/newsletterpasos.html
    Posted Dec 19, 2012, 4:23 AM by Tito Garcia
  • paSOS at the University of Madrid (ETSIT) On 23 May, paSOS were present at the University of Madrid (ETSIT). That day, a conference was held over 1,5 hour, where extensively discussed the application environment of ...
    Posted Jun 6, 2012, 12:40 PM by Tito Garcia
  • AAL SUMMIT (June 2012) paSOS have been selected to do a presentation at the next edition of the AAL SUMMIT (2012). This presentation will take place from 27-29 June in Bilbao. The AAL ...
    Posted May 31, 2012, 12:31 PM by Tito Garcia
  • OPTICAE Given the interest that aging is gaining on the public agenda, the weight it has on our social reality, we report on the conference organized by CEAPAT-IMSERSO from 4 ...
    Posted May 31, 2012, 12:33 PM by Tito Garcia
  • paSOS stamps With the aim of being able to identify the dissemination an implementation of the paSOS protocol, we have created 3 stamps that identify each use of the protocol and its ...
    Posted May 9, 2012, 9:01 AM by Tito Garcia
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