Hytera's UK distributor ANT Telecom has provided a Hytera communication solution to Eurotunnel, the cross-channel agency that manages and operates the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France.
Tait has won a contract to upgrade and manage Brisbane Airport Corporation's digital mobile radio communications system and provide support and maintenance.
WA-based manufacturer Barrett Communications is set to showcase a range of gear at the Defence Services Asia exhibition this month.
Tait Communications has officially certified that Omnitronics' RediTALK has passed interoperability testing with Tait DMR for Tier III.
Fresh Produce Group, one of Australia's largest providers of fruit and vegetables, urgently needed help to improve stock control and efficiency.
CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, has won two of the seven prestigious International TETRA awards for 2014.
Codan has upgraded its Envoy HF radio, enabling the transceiver and control point to be located separately and linked over IP without the need for external RoIP hardware.
Zetron's Advanced Communication (AcomEVO) system has completed successful testing with Hytera's Tier II DMR-based radio system.
Zetron's Pathway TIA P25 Digital Fixed Station Interface gateway connects up to four control stations or consoles via DFSI protocols.
By improving communications of voice and data in hazardous situations, digital PMR can enhance safety of operations and boost efficiency for resources companies.
Zetron, a provider of mission-critical systems, has announced that implementations of its Advanced Communications (AcomEVO) system have logged more than 2 million hours of successful operation at user sites throughout North and South America and Australia.
Airwave UK has launched 4Gmax, which provides secure and resilient high-speed 'data on demand' for emergency services by using bandwidth from up to four commercial mobile networks.
Tait Communications has been awarded a contract by Petards Group to provide radio equipment and services to be used by the Royal Air Force (RAF).
New Jersey Transit's TETRA network saw significant use in the days leading up to and on the day of Super Bowl in support of bus and light rail transportation operations.
Better communications have improved safety management and efficiency for a New Zealand tourism operator that has a unique kind of business.