The outage was a stark reminder of how dependent we are on telco providers for our everyday communication needs, and how significantly we are affected when things go wrong.
The survey of nearly 2000 public safety professionals reveals the value placed on network reliability, the evolution of mobility and the increasing impact of 5G.
Leading PMR provider Hytera is actively evolving its product development strategy to shape and lead the trend towards a broadband future.
SNS Telecom & IT estimates that the market for public safety LTE and 5G infrastructure will grow at a CAGR of approximately 13% between 2022 and 2025.
TCCA released a white paper detailing the impact 5G will have on the work of critical users.
A Motorola Solutions study discovered how the pandemic changed expectations for safety while fuelling technology advancement.
A report identifies a safety movement driving public safety and enterprise innovation.
Both providers have demonstrated new feature sets in recent tests for the UK's LTE-based Emergency Services Network.
Zetron has been awarded a $4 million contract by Victoria's Country Fire Authority for the supply of a new command and control system.
Four new options are available to FirstNet subscribers, including a Z-axis spatial awareness solution and high-power, extended range communications.
Slovenia's Ministry of Interior has chosen a consortium headed by Airbus to deploy a new TETRA radio network for the country's state authorities and police forces.
Governments have known about interoperability problems for decades. It is time for something to be done about it, says Ben Cosier.
Australia's public safety communications need to be treated as a single ecosystem, with full spectrum allocations and proper funding.
Australia's governments seem to have finally gotten the message regarding rolling out a national Public Safety Mobile Broadband capability.
The project will replace more than 11,000 radio devices during its first phase, with the ultimate goal of building a new statewide communications system.