When disaster strikes, you will find first responders willing and ready to serve. This article covers the need for resilient people and mission-critical communications systems in times of disaster.
The NSW Government has released and responded to the 28 recommendations of the independent Flood Inquiry, commissioned in response to this year's major floods.
The $60 million contract is set to provide secure and reliable voice and data communication to keep first responders across the state connected at all times.
Australia's PSMB PoC is a testament to the partnership approach for driving mission-critical communications, effectively demonstrating the viability of a PSMB shared network with multiple CSPs.
The NSW Telco Authority has deployed 250 new or upgraded radio sites for its Public Safety Network for emergency services and related organisations.
Connect a single control room workstation to four video, audio and USB sources.
NZ technology to protect workers in a program aiming to prevent the extinction of endangered species.
One national emergency response system is desperately needed for all stakeholders and affected citizens.
Integrates video security, access control, data and communications technologies for greater safety, productivity and collaboration.
To ensure public safety, technology needs to become more rugged to get the job done.
Just-in-time forecasting and mass notification systems are not enough.
Once connected to the FlexMove network, recovery teams could mobilise resources.
The joint offering is optimised for first responders and frontline workers.
Insurers get a map of where claims were in relation to the floods for faster triaging and assessment to the right claims.
Merging camera data with emergency calls and other available data feeds, a real-time picture delivers intelligence to fire services.