AT&T is meeting all of its FirstNet contractual coverage and adoption milestones, but there is some room for improvement in certain management aspects.
Federal Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher has visited teams helping to restore bushfire-affected radio tower sites on the NSW South Coast.
The Public Safety Communication Europe December meeting brought together more than 100 participants from 15 countries.
A government and industry roundtable has assessed the bushfires' effects on telecommunications, and agreed on measures to examine hardening networks.
The new standards cover core elements of the NG112 architecture as well as the sending of location data to public safety access points via AML.
Two new reports jointly produced by PSCE and GSMA cover IoT communications concepts and technical analysis of service levels.
London's Metropolitan Police Service is set to receive a new command and control system for officer deployment in a Leidos-led upgrade.
NSW Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello has hailed the Telco Authority's 132 continuous days of service during the bushfire crisis.
Alaska's Department of Public Safety has given carriers a one-year courtesy notice that a formal request for the implementation of Wireless 911 will occur.
Three first responder agencies in Ohio maintained seamless communications when a severe thunderstorm threatened a football festival.
Oakland, California, has selected Motorola Solutions' PremierOne CAD disaster-recovery-as-a-service solution to provide a standby system in the cloud.
Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Centre will implement RapidDeploy's Nimbus CAD, a cloud-native platform powered by Microsoft's Azure Government Cloud.
5G is set to reach 1.5 billion connections globally by 2025 for an annual average growth of 150% over the next six years, according to a new study.
Communications company GME is supporting volunteer organisations fighting the bushfires, such as the RFS, CFA and CFS, through the donation of UHF CB radios.