A trial to assess the use of GPS repeaters in Sydney road tunnels has been given the go-ahead, following funding approval and amendments to federal laws.
Four new options are available to FirstNet subscribers, including a Z-axis spatial awareness solution and high-power, extended range communications.
Slovenia's Ministry of Interior has chosen a consortium headed by Airbus to deploy a new TETRA radio network for the country's state authorities and police forces.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud has blasted the major telcos for failing to provide information on the location and redundancy of infrastructure.
Inspections of float-free EPIRBs will be conducted by the Australian Maritime Safety Agency to help operators comply with new requirements.
HMAS Adelaide's Communication and Information Systems sailors and Army signallers have been bridging the gap between the ship and personnel ashore in Fiji.
Advanced Mobile Location has helped save stranded kayakers at Seacliff, in South Australia, pinpointing the pair's location after a Triple Zero call.
Governments have known about interoperability problems for decades. It is time for something to be done about it, says Ben Cosier.
Australia's public safety communications need to be treated as a single ecosystem, with full spectrum allocations and proper funding.
With the ESN delayed, the London Metropolitan Police is refreshing its TETRA network to maintain services and add innovative capabilities.
The NSW Government will deliver eight new Cell on Wheels units to boost the state's Public Safety Network, should any fixed infrastructure become damaged this summer.
Australia's governments seem to have finally gotten the message regarding rolling out a national Public Safety Mobile Broadband capability.
The project will replace more than 11,000 radio devices during its first phase, with the ultimate goal of building a new statewide communications system.