The number of public safety agencies to adopt FirstNet has almost doubled since April, with another 1000 joining from across 52 states.
It's been slow going, but there is light at the end of the tunnel for the provision of public safety mobile broadband for Australia.
When disasters span multiple jurisdictions, coordination and collaboration becomes critically important for effective responses.
South-east Queensland's 79 SES groups will transition to the Government Wireless Network over the next two years.
Security policies needed for TETRA and LTE interworking are the focus of a new TCCA study.
A new public safety technology alliance will ensure interoperability and open standards for all broadband wireless communications and related technology.
The Queensland Government has committed to continuing the deployment of upgraded communications and mobility technology for first responders.
Blockchain technologies hold the promise of improving the trust, security and stability of public safety communications networks.
The Australian Volunteer Coast Guard is using Omnitronics' DX-Altus to maintain communications along 2512 km of the Australian coastline.
A broadband PPDR network based on LTE using private and public networks should be rolled out nationwide, according to India's regulatory authority.
A new report from NPSTC outlines the benefits of using unmanned aircraft systems for communications support.
South Africa's regulator has published its 2018 plan, incorporating aims for PPDR and IMT mobile broadband.
The Motorola LXN 500 LTE ultraportable broadband network infrastructure is a small, light, full-power broadband network.
Command centre software for the City of Springfield Real-Time Analysis Center will be provided by Motorola Solutions.