Hytera will provide TETRA communications infrastructure for the Secretariat of Public Security of the State of Alagoas, Brazil.
A Hytera technical team has been assisting with a landslide rescue mission in Yunnan, China.
The cell on wheels will provide public safety agency frontline workers with a deployable mission-critical solution for radiocommunications.
The final agenda for this month's important 3GPP/University of Melbourne mission-critical communications briefing has been released.
The Airbus Tactilon Agnet is an application that lets smartphone users talk to professional radio users — individuals, groups and the control room — and send and receive texts, images, video and documents.
Leaders from the 3GPP will take part in an industry briefing on 18 September at the University of Melbourne's Centre for Disaster Management and Public Safety.
The deployment of the Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications System (ISICS) has been successful.
Thailand's government and commercial organisations will receive a state-of-the-art TETRA system from Motorola Solutions.
The NSW Telco Authority has issued an RFI to industry for the construction, operation and maintenance of an enhanced critical communications network.
A 15-channel macro site installed in Chatswood is already handling more than 400 radio calls per day from first responders.
Hytera has provided digital two-way radio, mobile radio and repeater equipment to help with earthquake relief operations in Lombok.
Hytera is supporting rescue operations following the collapse of a hydroelectric dam in southern Laos.
A UK oversight authority has said successful delivery of the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme "appears to be unachievable".
Mobile phone broadcast-based public warning systems are the most effective solution for large group emergency notifications, according to a 5G Americas report.