Audio paths could bring service together

Monday, 04 September, 2006

The concept of radio interoperability has gained ground over the past couple of years. Public safety organisations use a variety of disparate communications systems.

Recent experiences have demonstrated that incompatibilities between the different organisations can have a significant effect on the overall performance of a combined emergency services response to an event. This has led to new initiatives from governments to drive and coordinate the implementation of interoperability. These strategic initiatives must, however, be converted into feasible and practical operational systems at the organisational level.

To find out more about interoperability, read the full article in Radio Comms Asia-Pacific, September/October.

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