A new approach can leverage both TETRA and LTE for mission-critical comms, says ETELM's Nicolas Hauswald.
A consortium is trialling the use of unmanned aerial systems to carry communications equipment in Norway's Svalbard region.
Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH and telent GmbH have signed a deal to collaborate on customised communication solutions for their clients.
Airbus will use a simulated fire scenario to demonstrate a new pilot version of its real-time virtual reality technology at Critical Communications World.
FirstNet's former president, TJ Kennedy, and Jason Karp, its former chief counsel, have launched the Public Safety Network.
The Keysight Measurement Forum, presented by Trio Test and Measurement, will be held this week.
Nominations for the NSW Industry Professional of the Year are about to close, so participants are urged to act soon.
MiMOMax Wireless has received the Utilities Technology Council (UTC) Impact Award for Hardware.
Winners of the Radio Frequency Users Association of New Zealand annual industry awards for 2018 have been announced.
Norway's DSB has issued a paper describing possible ways to implement a mission-critical mobile broadband system via commercial mobile networks.
Finnish company Bittium showed off its Tough Mobile smartphone during the world's largest international live-fire cyber defence exercise.
Progress on the Mission Critical Open Platform (MCOP) collaborative project will be demonstrated live at Critical Communications World (CCW) in Berlin.
The federal government is investing $260 million to develop GPS and satellite technology.
Emergency services and app developers will join forces in a race to develop solutions to real-world public safety challenges.
New Zealand's Tait Communications is seeking outside investment and amending its company structure to take advantage of growth opportunities.
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