Back in 2013, the ACMA allocated 50 MHz of spectrum at 4.9 GHz for public safety purposes. Class licences must be reviewed every 10 years, so the present licence expires in October of this year.
The $763m network has been built on a feature-rich platform providing a range of capabilities, including secure, encrypted communications for emergency service workers.
The Australian Government is rolling out a new cell broadcast National Messaging System (NMS) to enhance how the Commonwealth delivers emergency messages.
Nokia has announced a contract with Belgian telecom operator Citymesh to supply its Nokia Drone Networks platform with 70 drone-in-a-box (DiaB) units.
Aerologix is releasing its automated flight path technology globally, which will soon include additional communication features for potential uses in disaster management.
If you or your clients have trunked radio systems operating on the 800 MHz spectrum (Motorola, Tetra or GE format), then they must change frequencies.
Good news is on the way — the latest technology, in the form of 5G network slicing, will represent a tangible shift in the connectivity landscape.
Eutelsat Communications has made a donation to the Paris Fire Brigade, equipping a Communication Support Vehicle with the latest in connectivity infrastructure.
Next-generation core services allow citizens to utilise multimedia emergency communication (voice, photos, video, text) to contact the relevant emergency call centre.
New technology amalgamates clever software, cutting-edge hardware, and cellular and satellite services into one package that is said to create unbreakable, permanent connectivity.
As Cyclone Gabrielle approached the coastline of New Zealand, members of New Zealand's Amateur Radio Emergency Communications (AREC) wasted no time kicking into gear.
Multitone Electronics' Appear Crew app provides smartphone paging for emergency services. By bringing paging to smartphones, the app complements the use of radio pagers for callouts and futureproofing emergency services.