Hytera is supporting rescue operations following the collapse of a hydroelectric dam in southern Laos.
Mobile phone broadcast-based public warning systems are the most effective solution for large group emergency notifications, according to a 5G Americas report.
A UK oversight authority has said successful delivery of the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme "appears to be unachievable".
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has released its recommendations for auctioning and allocating spectrum for the Public Mobile Radio Trunking Service.
NEC's iPasolink technology is providing long-distance links for the NSW Police's state-wide microwave backhaul network.
Motorola Solutions and Avigilon Corporation have been chosen by Ilitch Holdings to improve its customer experience at various properties in Detroit.
More than 2500 FirstNet Band 14 sites have been installed across the US, with 10,000-plus more still to come.
Wireless Nation will provide free satellite internet for Youth Search and Rescue in New Zealand under a new partnership.
Only one week after submitting documents to the FCC outlining its concerns about FirstNet, Colorado has submitted a further letter rescinding the first submission.
Uzi Hanuni, founder and CEO of Maxtech Networks, explains his company's role in providing mesh communications for the Thailand cave rescue.
Briefings are to be held to inform industry about European public safety broadband plans, with feedback sought on innovative technologies.
The US FCC has been asked to update the Wireless Priority Service to provide increased capabilities, such as including data, text and video.
The TETRA network at Mexico City International Airport (AICM) has been updated with Sepura radios.
Melbourne CBD has received a new public address speaker system to help improve safety during emergencies.