Sepura has sold 45,000 TETRA radio terminals to UK public safety organisations since the implementation of the national Police ICT Framework.
The Georgia Department of Health has deployed ReadyOp technology to coordinate its statewide incident response.
ESChat will provide encrypted end-to-end push-to-talk communication between traditional public safety radios and smartphone devices.
Australia is making progress on the path to national public safety mobile broadband, but there's still a lot of work to be done.
Participants in Europe's BroadWay public safety mobile broadband pre-commercial procurement project have met in Brussels to move the project forward.
A new government radio site will boost emergency communications at the Pitt Street Mall in Sydney's CBD.
At part of Comms Connect in Melbourne, Ranjan Bhagat from Zetron Australasia made a presentation about next-gen control room solutions.
The Australian Control Room Network Association's recent conference has solidified the sector's vision for the future.
ARCIA and PSCE have agreed to share information with the aim of supporting their policy and advocacy roles in public safety communications.
Help will soon be available more quickly for people making emergency calls from mobile phones in New Zealand.
A new communications centre opening in New Zealand will help to improve public services and make communities safer.