Japan's SoftBank is taking to the skies with new technology that aims to improve connectivity and positioning services.
The future of PSMB, IoT, 5G and other communications technologies will be on show at Australia's premier communications event, 26–28 November.
The program for Comms Connect Melbourne 2019 has been released, with full details of all speaker sessions, panel discussions, workshops and social events.
The already strong cooperation between the Republic of Korea's Safe-Net Forum and TCCA has been formalised with a memorandum of understanding.
Samsung Electronics and SK Telecom have successfully demonstrated that 5G can be used to improve spectators' motor racing experiences.
Class licensing arrangements have been updated to support new technology applications and bring Australia in line with international arrangements.
German TETRA network operator ALDB GmbH has become a member of TCCA.
Speedcast and the Australian Space Agency have teamed up to boost the country's space sector and accelerate satellite research and development.
Con Balaskas has replaced Steve Crutchfield as Motorola Solutions' Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand.
Zetron has joined the L3Harris Technologies Mission Critical Alliance to help further its mission to improve technology, its compatibility and security.
The ACMA is consulting with industry on proposed amendments to electromagnetic energy arrangements to ensure requirements are appropriate for 5G equipment.
Diversity, inclusion and change are the new normal in Australia's emergency management sector, and will be key topics at this year's AFAC conference in August.
US policy leaders, government officials and industry will gather in Washington in October to discuss spectrum strategy.
Communication technologies for today and tomorrow were the hot topics at Critical Communications World 2019.
A LocusUSA white paper outline the importance of dealing with radio failures before they transform into tragedies for first responders and the public.