Work is proceeding on Victoria's Supplementary Alerting Service app, which will supplement the Emergency Alerting System used by emergency services personnel.
Next Generation 112 seeks to harness the possibilities of the Internet of Things, smart cities and internet-based communications to help save lives.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority is seeking feedback on the proposal to cease HF radiotelephone monitoring of distress and safety communications in 2022.
The $1.9 million high-tech facility can operate as an incident control centre equipped to manage large-scale emergencies.
Hytera Group Peru has won a contract to maintain and improve the Peruvian National Police's TETRA network for the next three years.
Over 500 ambulances in Moldova will be fitted out with Motorola Solutions TETRA two-way radios.
The First Responder Network Authority has outlined its progress on the public safety network in its latest Annual Report to Congress.
The first Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) collaborative workshop on public warning systems was held in Belgium on 16 May.
Teltronic will roll out a critical communications system for police in the Brazilian state of Goiás.
Sepura radios have been utilised by the Madeira Military Zone (ZMM) and Operational Command (COM) in its SIRESP crisis test.
Over the last three years, there has been a substantial increase in the number of callers choosing the Queensland Police Service's online option.
Federal Engineering (FE) has been chosen by the State of Idaho Division of Purchasing (DOP) for its statewide NG9-1-1 project.
The new site at Garrawarra Centre is part of the NSW Government's $320 million plan to boost government radio network coverage across the state.
The Hytera VM780 is an all-in-one device designed to support emergency services out in the field.
More mental health support is on offer for police and other emergency services personnel, with the federal government committing to additional funding.