Two new reports jointly produced by PSCE and GSMA cover IoT communications concepts and technical analysis of service levels.
London's Metropolitan Police Service is set to receive a new command and control system for officer deployment in a Leidos-led upgrade.
Oakland, California, has selected Motorola Solutions' PremierOne CAD disaster-recovery-as-a-service solution to provide a standby system in the cloud.
Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Centre will implement RapidDeploy's Nimbus CAD, a cloud-native platform powered by Microsoft's Azure Government Cloud.
The US Air Force's Nellis Air Force Base and AT&T have signed an agreement under which the telco will provide 5G services along with FirstNet connectivity.
5G is set to reach 1.5 billion connections globally by 2025 for an annual average growth of 150% over the next six years, according to a new study.
Communications company GME is supporting volunteer organisations fighting the bushfires, such as the RFS, CFA and CFS, through the donation of UHF CB radios.
Barrett's 4050 HF SDR transceivers are being used by China's Bureau of Fire and Rescue and the Bureau of Forest Fires.
While there is a need for everyone to embrace new technology, we must also have a strong regulator to maintain standards and compliance, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
The standard is to establish cybersecurity training for public safety telecommunicators, management, supervisors, administration and other privileged users.
The contract will sustain the US Navy's LMR system, which is used by the first responder community at bases across the globe.
Over 1m FirstNet connections are now in service across the US, supporting more than 10,000 public safety agencies and organisations, according to AT&T.
Across the festive season we'll be reprising some of our best articles from 2019. Today we take another look at Advanced Mobile Location.
Across the festive season we'll be reprising some of our best articles from 2019. Today we revisit our profile of the LA-RACS comms network in California.
Victoria's Metro Trains' X'Trapolis and Siemens fleets will soon receive wireless data recorders, allowing real-time monitoring of key train systems.