The Western Australian Police Force will integrate LEO satellite technology with its current comms network, giving officers high-speed internet anywhere in the state.
The ACCC found that temporary emergency roaming was technically feasible, but further work was needed to design and develop the capability.
A torrent of modern threats is ratcheting up the definition of emergency, adding more urgency to the need for innovation in critical communications.
Green Light for Blue Light Mission Critical Broadband: Simoco Launches Vehicle as a Node Solution for Public Safety01 October, 2023
The VR-950, a combined multi-bearer router and onboard computer, effectively turns the response vehicle into a communications node, or VaaN (Vehicle as a Node).
The newly established PSMB Taskforce will be responsible for laying the groundwork for Australia's long-term public safety communications infrastructure.
Airbus is one of the major contributors to the Réseau Radio du Futur (RRF) project, which will set the scene for the future of critical communications in the domain of public safety and emergency.
The proven multi-bearer platform upgrade opens up greater choice for public safety customers in Australia and USA.
TJ Kennedy explains the significance of New Zealand's new Cellular Roaming service, launched through the NGCC's Public Safety Network Te Kupenga Marutau.
WAN link bonding is not a silver bullet: ensuring stable connectivity for emergency services in the field06 September, 2023 by Nathan McGregor, Senior Vice President Asia Pacific, Cradlepoint
Organisations looking to implement best practice when it comes to uptime, latency, and speed should consider cellular and LEO satellite technologies as complementary solutions.
The Hytera GC550 2K Mini Body Camera is designed to capture clear photos and videos as objective evidence from the field to the court.
Built on a Tait DMR system, the network is expected to include more than 6000 portable radio terminals in the field and is being engineered to work across more than 120 sites.
Queensland is rolling out firefighting helmets fitted with hands-free communications, while NSW has installed mobile Wi-Fi equipment in over 1300 emergency vehicles.
The $4.4m project will keep the nbn running for communities across South East Queensland and the Fraser Coast during natural or other disasters.
The multi-network cellular roaming service for emergency services is the first PSN service delivered on budget and on schedule by Next Generation Critical Communications.
Significant costs are being created for emergency services by the UK Government's failure to deliver a replacement communication network, according to a new report.