Eutelsat Communications has made a donation to the Paris Fire Brigade, equipping a Communication Support Vehicle with the latest in connectivity infrastructure.
Next-generation core services allow citizens to utilise multimedia emergency communication (voice, photos, video, text) to contact the relevant emergency call centre.
New technology amalgamates clever software, cutting-edge hardware, and cellular and satellite services into one package that is said to create unbreakable, permanent connectivity.
As Cyclone Gabrielle approached the coastline of New Zealand, members of New Zealand's Amateur Radio Emergency Communications (AREC) wasted no time kicking into gear.
Multitone Electronics' Appear Crew app provides smartphone paging for emergency services. By bringing paging to smartphones, the app complements the use of radio pagers for callouts and futureproofing emergency services.
The beauty of cloud-based collaboration is that everyone doesn't have to be on the same system to be on the same page during a crisis.
Hytera Communications' GC550 2K Mini Body Camera, designed with intensive attention to ergonomics, can be used to promote workplace transparency and personnel safety for law enforcement and security.
Emergency services need to consider today not only how that connectivity will be delivered, but also how to efficiently incorporate so many new devices into a Wireless WAN infrastructure.
Airbus has provided its Tactilon Agnet communication and collaboration platform to the fire brigade of Ghent, in Belgium, for use on existing public broadband networks.
Similar to distress beacons on Earth, the system will provide miniature low-power radio beacons mounted on space suits and lunar rover vehicles.
The platform provides a unified hardware and software suite that is designed to empower first responders with real-time information and situational awareness to help them make more objective decisions.
New Zealand Police Minister Chris Hipkins has confirmed that a new digital communications network for emergency service workers will roll out from next year.
A consortium led by Airbus and Capgemini has been selected as the integrator for Lot 2 of France's Réseau Radio du Futur (RRF — radio network of the future).
The body camera streams videos, audio and photos from the field to the command centre over private LTE networks, cellular networks or WLAN.
Millions of calls to ambulances are made every year in Australia, with each one of those calls triggering a complex systematic response underpinned by mission-critical radio communications.