Critical Comms is taking a break now until 8 January, so we'd like to wish you a merry festive season and a safe and prosperous New Year.
APS Industrial has been appointed Australian distribution partner for networking solutions provider Belden, effective from 1 January 2020.
New Zealanders looking to become an Approved Radio Certifier (ARC) or Engineer (ARE) can soon access workshops through Radio Spectrum Management.
Crisis responders and solution providers gathered at PSCE's conference this month to explore key issues in public safety communications.
It is time to build a fully mission-critical, secure-by-design solution that will protect the increasingly valuable assets of a 5G world, says Peter Clemons.
Extreme heat is an Australian summer staple, but working in heat can pose significant health and safety risks, Safe Work Australia warns.
Thales and RMIT University are working to define a new generation of high-accuracy precise point positioning services under a joint research agreement.
Triple-9 has joined TCCA, giving it access to the latest technological developments, industry standards and insights into the needs of mobile professionals.
Connie Taylor is the winner of ARCIA's 2019 Jonathan Livingston Seagull Award. We ask her about her career and what the award means to her.
NEMA has replaced NZ's Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management in a bid to improve the country's emergency management systems.
The national awards for the business- and mission-critical communications industry were announced this week.
Thieves have stolen tyres, axles, jerry cans and radio equipment from a Rural Fire Service portable radio repeater trailer.