Airbus's radio and automated vehicle location technology helped protect around 1.8 million Muslims during this year's Hajj pilgrimage.
NZ's army is set to gain new intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities during phase two of the Network-Enabled Army project.
The US FirstNet Authority has released its public safety-driven roadmap that lays out the future development of the FirstNet broadband network.
More than 750,000 connections in almost 9000 agencies across 650 US markets have signed up to FirstNet.
The government funding will add IP network and location identification capabilities to 911 emergency call centres in more than 30 states.
The Red Eagle Motorcycle Squad of the Shaoyang Traffic Police Detachment in China's Hunan Province is using the Hytera PDC760 multimode radio for its daily activities.
Running at only 50% capacity following devastating storms, Loudon County's 911 centre was back to full capability in less than five weeks.
Infostream's simulcast technology is a key component of Belgium's national emergency services paging system.
The report considers the effect IoT devices will have on emergency communications and automated responses, and canvasses standardisation issues.
Australia's Emergency Alert public warning system will once again be the exemplar as PSCE conducts its second PWS workshop on 8 October.
The State Government of Querétaro has chosen Airbus's MXLINK MVNO to provide secure mobile broadband communications.
The Airbus-Proximus consortium will continue to support and maintain Belgium's national emergency TETRA, paging and dispatching networks.
RSM used its Automatic Direction Finder plus manual tracking to locate an unregistered personal locator beacon that couldn't be detected by satellites.
The fully managed solution will provide a next-generation communications platform for more than 120,000 employees in more than 2100 locations.
The global push-to-talk-over-cellular market will grow at 9.7% CAGR over 2019–29, with collaborations thriving between vendors and service providers.