Public Safety > Emergency

Motorola Solutions acquires 911 Datamaster

13 January, 2022

Suite of products better assists emergency location for command centres.

Motorola Solutions delivers a safer community in Brazil

21 December, 2021

Mission-critical communications system connects public safety agencies across Pará to enhance emergency management.

Pivotel and SkyFive trial high-speed internet to the Australian skies

15 December, 2021

Joint venture trial will provide coverage to air travellers and inflight operations, and enable practical public safety aviation.

Motorola makes Yonkers safer with integrated critical communications

25 November, 2021

Public safety agencies across North America are investing in Motorola Solutions' integrated mission-critical technology ecosystem to reduce crime and improve emergency response within communities.

Innovative connectivity for emergency services from Powertec

03 November, 2021

Powertec Wireless Technology offers state of the art warning systems such as The Giant Voice Deployable high-power voice and siren system, which is a flexible alternative for temporary warning system installation designed to meet your emergency services requirements even in harsh environments.

NBN Co announces emergency management preparedness

22 October, 2021

$6 million of infrastructure assets to be distributed country-wide in readiness for summer.

Everbridge's public warning platform live across Australia

14 October, 2021

Australia's emergency alert system provides population-wide alerting.

New Zealand Police take a Tornado upgrade

08 October, 2021

Multiple channels and low audio latency meet requirements for NZ Police.

Drone deployment to prepare first responders

01 October, 2021

Houston-headquartered Paladin is a start-up business building a custom drone hardware and software solution for cities to be able to respond to emergencies faster and with better data for first responders.

Enabling collaboration in public safety services

24 September, 2021

Coordination suffers when responders and connected things can't easily communicate with each other.

Father and son rescued thanks to GME

03 September, 2021

Rescue unlikely if not for VHF and EPIRB on board.

Putting emergency comms up in the air

03 September, 2021 by Maxwell Maurice, physicist and electronics engineer at the US National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Trialling use of drones to expand critical comms in emergency areas.

US guide on single sign-on for first responders

27 August, 2021

Reliable mobile device authentication mechanisms, which do not hinder delivery of emergency services, are required.

AFAC bushfire outlook for spring 2021

27 August, 2021

Dangerous in the north-east but less so in the south-east.

Blackberry launches water monitoring solution

10 August, 2021

The autonomous and intelligent solution has helped a municipality save nearly $1 million in operating expenses.

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