The former CEO of Air New Zealand, Rob Fyfe, has been appointed chair of the Next Generation Critical Communications Executive Governance Board.
The NSW Bushfire Inquiry has made a range of recommendations for strengthening the state's emergency communications capabilities.
The US National Public Safety Telecommunications Council has released several reports covering MCPTT and the use of emerging technologies.
Public warning systems help to protect the population by allowing for timely management of the emergency and an opportunity to reduce its impact.
EE's rollout of radio sites for the UK's Emergency Services Network continues, with 500 new sites built and 19,000 converted to 4G.
Tasmania is negotiating with Telstra over building a new Government Radio Network, which will replace five separate radio networks with a unified system.
telent Technology Services will design, build and operate the mission-critical communications network connecting 155 radio sites along 17,000 kilometres of coastline.
Télécoms Sans Frontières' partnership with Inmarsat has provided essential communications in over 140 humanitarian crises.
Transport for London has contracted Capita to design and deliver key elements of the network infrastructure for the upcoming Emergency Services Network.
The FCC is to modernise its service rules to improve priority treatment of voice, data and video services for emergency personnel.
The $80 million purpose-built facility will enhance the state's response capabilities and allow for better collaboration and streamlining of inter-agency communication.
Steve Warrington, CEO of Victoria's Country Fire Authority, looks back at the 2019–20 fire season and the lessons that can be learned from it.
Governments have known about interoperability problems for decades. It is time for something to be done about it, says Ben Cosier.