The ACCC found that temporary emergency roaming was technically feasible, but further work was needed to design and develop the capability.
A torrent of modern threats is ratcheting up the definition of emergency, adding more urgency to the need for innovation in critical communications.
The newly established PSMB Taskforce will be responsible for laying the groundwork for Australia's long-term public safety communications infrastructure.
Airbus is one of the major contributors to the Réseau Radio du Futur (RRF) project, which will set the scene for the future of critical communications in the domain of public safety and emergency.
TJ Kennedy explains the significance of New Zealand's new Cellular Roaming service, launched through the NGCC's Public Safety Network Te Kupenga Marutau.
Hytera Communications has completed the delivery of professional mobile radio systems to multiple rail transit lines in China, three of which began operation at the end of June.
Built on a Tait DMR system, the network is expected to include more than 6000 portable radio terminals in the field and is being engineered to work across more than 120 sites.
Queensland is rolling out firefighting helmets fitted with hands-free communications, while NSW has installed mobile Wi-Fi equipment in over 1300 emergency vehicles.
The $4.4m project will keep the nbn running for communities across South East Queensland and the Fraser Coast during natural or other disasters.
The TETRA network, delivered for Thailand's Department of Provincial Administration (DOPA), aims to enhance governance and public safety across the country.
The multi-network cellular roaming service for emergency services is the first PSN service delivered on budget and on schedule by Next Generation Critical Communications.
Significant costs are being created for emergency services by the UK Government's failure to deliver a replacement communication network, according to a new report.
The NSW Telco Authority will deliver two initiatives aimed at improving digital connectivity for impacted communities during and after natural disasters.
The Tasmanian Government and Telstra hosted a launch event this week to officially inaugurate the Tasmanian Government Radio Network (TasGRN).
The New Zealand Police's Mimomax voice linking network on the East Coast of the North Island was put to the test in February when Cyclone Gabrielle struck.