The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India is calling for comments on Indian Railways' proposal for an ultrahigh-speed, LTE-based safety comms solution.
The $380 million regional Mobile Black Spot Program has passed a significant milestone, with more than 700 new or improved base stations now operational.
As LMR continues to grow even as LTE takes hold, it's vital Australia becomes engaged in all international developments and standards, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
The centre is part of a virtualised Tripe Zero network, with Queensland's 13 police communications centres able to work independently and in collaboration.
Up to 70 specialist operators and at least 50 drones will assist police with communications and SAR capabilities.
The Supplementary Alerting Service smartphone app will work with the extant Emergency Alerting System to enhance emergency management operations in the state.
Australia's future public safety mobile broadband system was a hot topic at Comms Connect Sydney.
Motorola Solutions has completed the rollout of a new mobility managed service for Victoria Police, with 9398 mobile devices loaded with smart applications.
Airbus has become a pioneer SMVNO for public safety in Mexico and Latin America, launching the MXLINK secure virtual network for Mexican authorities.
Sepura TETRA radios have been implemented at airports across Malaysia.
The First Responder Network Authority has outlined its progress on the public safety network in its latest Annual Report to Congress.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority wants to hear from businesses able to contribute to a national service for distress beacon collection and disposal.
Motorola Solutions has been chosen to supply 10,000 TETRA digital two-way radios to the Romanian Police.