Tait will provide a digital radio network for use by transport, utilities, logistics and SME services and critical infrastructure agencies across the UK.
The US Army National Guard's Disaster Incident Response Emergency Communications Terminal will be a game changer during disaster incidents, when communications can mean the difference between life and death.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs intends to deploy a resilient emergency high frequency radio network to connect 200 medical centres spread throughout the nation.
The Scottish Parliament has chosen Simoco's DMR, including 250 hand portable radios, audio accessories, fixed mobiles and a 4-channel trunked system.
Sepura's Florida-based partner Scientia Global has been awarded a contract to supply a TETRA system for Lebanon's Internal Security Forces - Land Mobile Radio Project.
Sepura has announced the availability of its DMR Tier III solution to the global market, a move that was accelerated by the recent acquisition of UK firm Fylde Micro.
Simoco recently took part in the Comms Connect event in Melbourne where it showcased its latest developments in true open-standards communication solutions from their P25 and DMR portfolios.
Western Australia's Water Police Coordination Centre recently upgraded its Zetron console system to provide updated features, functionality, flexibility and scope for further expansion.
An arson attack on a Chicago air traffic control centre by a telecoms employee caused a widespread communications blackout and loss of command and control functions.
Communications between fire and police officers in the wake of the mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, in 2012, became overloaded and delayed and could have had deadly consequences.
Codan Radio Communications has upgraded its 3G ALE long-range communications waveform, resulting in quicker voice and messaging, and a more robust communications link.
Etherstack has won a contract to supply a trunked P25 network to the Naval Reactors Facility (NRF) near Idaho Falls in the United States.
Queensland Rail has selected Tait Communications for the digital migration of its radio communications network.
A California Sheriff's department is using repeater technology from Australian-based company Codan to solve communications challenges set by its expansive territory and diverse and difficult terrain.
A Hytera DMR system is providing better, clearer, more reliable communications for Moly-Cop's Newcastle foundry, enhancing efficiency and safety.