The LTE4PMR project worked towards the development of a secure broadband communication solution for public safety users in France.
The ESN, data privacy, drones and technological change were some of the topics of focus at BAPCO's annual conference, writes Ian Thompson.
A one-day European workshop on introducing an emergency Public Warning System will showcase Australia's world-leading Emergency Alert Program.
Marine Rescue NSW, on behalf of both itself and Surf Life Saving NSW, has called for expressions of interest for the provision of radio maintenance services.
The development of innovative tools and partnerships within emergency telecommunications is crucial to saving lives, according to the ITU.
Sepura SC2 Series TETRA terminals have been adopted by the UK Metropolitan Police Service as part of a force-wide upgrade.
Sepura has sold 45,000 TETRA radio terminals to UK public safety organisations since the implementation of the national Police ICT Framework.
The Georgia Department of Health has deployed ReadyOp technology to coordinate its statewide incident response.
ESChat will provide encrypted end-to-end push-to-talk communication between traditional public safety radios and smartphone devices.
Australia is making progress on the path to national public safety mobile broadband, but there's still a lot of work to be done.