TETRA technology supplied by Airbus will be used to support the 53rd Munich Security Conference.
The Royal Flying Doctors Service (RFDS) could benefit from in-flight broadband access following a new trial with the Sky Muster satellite.
The UK Committee of Public Accounts held an extra session at the beginning of February to hear new submissions regarding the Emergency Services Network.
Australian Industry Standards is calling on everyone in the public safety sector to contribute to a new government skills and training plan.
A UK government report has slammed the implementation of the country's new Emergency Services Network.
As part of the NSW Telco Authority's Critical Communication Enhancement Program (CCEP), NEC Australia will deliver wireless backhaul technology, professional services, network management systems and ongoing support.
The Motorola Solutions DIMETRA Express expandable single-site TETRA digital radio system can be deployed within 15 min.
A new cross-border collaboration project in the Nordic countries will enable public safety organisations to communicate across borders.
The Central Procurement Office of the German Federal Ministry of the Interior will be supplied with approximately 30,000 TETRA digital two-way radios by Motorola Solutions.
The Free State of Thuringia in Germany has awarded Sepura a contract for almost 20,000 radios.
An Airbus TETRA network is now in operation at South Tyrol.
An EU-funded project designed to develop interoperable broadband applications and radio communications will hold a workshop to provide information about the next steps after its conclusion.
Two high-frequency (HF) radio packs have been delivered by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to the Fiji Ministry of Rural and Maritime Development and National Disaster Management.
Government approval has been granted for ASTRID to modernise its TETRA network in Belgium over the next few years.
The federal government's response to the Productivity Commission PSMB report is "lacklustre and spineless", said the Police Federation's Mark Burgess.