APD Communications' Cortex software-only Integrated Communication Control System has been accredited by the Network Approval Testing Service.
Western Australia is leveraging new technology to share data between first responders and incident controllers.
The trial aims to enable Korean first responders to share mission-critical voice, video and other data simultaneously in real time.
Technology that provides location data for 111 emergency callers in New Zealand has now been extended to iOS.
The FCC wants feedback on the suggestion that the 4.6 GHz public safety band should be shared with other users.
Canadians can now receive National Public Alerting System alerts on compatible wireless devices such as smartphones.
A gateway radio solution has been successfully tested by Sepura's French partner, with a view to rolling it out at Lyon-Bron Airport and Lyon Saint-Exupery.
Applications have opened for round three of the federal government's emergency volunteer education scholarships.
Experts in the field of disaster and emergency communications will gather in Melbourne in June to share ideas and lessons learned.
The Technical Specification TS 103 478 defines the requirements and architecture of Pan-European mobile emergency applications (PEMEA).
Emergency services personnel in Belgium will soon be able to retrieve important automobile information via their mobile devices.
There has been a 92% increase in portable radio coverage in the Parramatta CBD, following the completion of a new radio site in the area.
Federal Engineering has won a four-year extension for contract management services for Maryland FiRST, through to May of 2022.
It's all systems go for the secure network backbone of the US's new public safety broadband network.