Only one week after submitting documents to the FCC outlining its concerns about FirstNet, Colorado has submitted a further letter rescinding the first submission.
Uzi Hanuni, founder and CEO of Maxtech Networks, explains his company's role in providing mesh communications for the Thailand cave rescue.
Briefings are to be held to inform industry about European public safety broadband plans, with feedback sought on innovative technologies.
The US FCC has been asked to update the Wireless Priority Service to provide increased capabilities, such as including data, text and video.
The TETRA network at Mexico City International Airport (AICM) has been updated with Sepura radios.
Melbourne CBD has received a new public address speaker system to help improve safety during emergencies.
Norway's fourth co-located police and fire control centre has been equipped with a Frequentis command and control system.
More than 50,000 TETRA pagers have been provided by Airbus to Hessian fire brigades and rescue services in Germany.
Vital time savings are the result of improvements to Zetron's call-taking system for public safety agencies.
Rohill will refresh the switching of Servicio di Telecomunicacion di Aruba's (SETAR) TETRA network.
Motorola Solutions has marked a 50-year partnership with public safety organisations.
The number of public safety agencies to adopt FirstNet has almost doubled since April, with another 1000 joining from across 52 states.
It's been slow going, but there is light at the end of the tunnel for the provision of public safety mobile broadband for Australia.
When disasters span multiple jurisdictions, coordination and collaboration becomes critically important for effective responses.