The International Telecommunication Union has published the framework for the development of standards and radio interface technologies for the sixth generation of mobile systems.
CIRA is a world-leading research group, based in Western Australia, created by Curtin University to advance radio astronomy science and engineering.
The post-incident review aims to reveal what industry, government and the community can learn from the outage, with a focus on emergency calls, customer communications and complaints handling.
An ARC-funded project aims to explore resilient cybersecurity measures for unmanned aerial vehicle systems to safeguard them against adversarial machine learning attacks.
The NSW Telco Authority's Critical Communications Enhancement Program was highly commended in the Government category of the awards.
Iridium had planned to enable satellite messaging and emergency services in smartphones powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Mobile Platforms.
Making the algorithms public was discussed following the discovery earlier this year of five vulnerabilities in the original TETRA Air interface security design.
We're now one month on from the annual ARCIA Industry Gala Dinner & Excellence Awards in Melbourne — but do you know how the event originated?
TCCA, the global organisation for all stakeholders in the critical communications ecosystem, has announced two new members — the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of North Macedonia and Eventide.
All new vehicles are being equipped with vehicle-as-a-node technology, allowing crews to communicate using 4G and satellite networks in addition to regular radio networks.
There was a lot of anticipation in the lead-up to Comms Connect Melbourne and ARCIA's annual gala dinner and awards night this year — and nobody, it would seem, was disappointed.