Public Safety: The New Opportunity for Mobile Smart-Phone Vendors
Ming Ho visited some mobile phone manufacturers in Taiwan. All of them gave similar input: They suffer in the downturn in the mobile communications. market, competition is strong and they are looking for new opportunities.
How Public Safety Networks Become Public Networks with a little Network Slicing
There will be never enough available radio frequency spectrum for our expanding mobile networks. One way to gain access to new frequencies is via public safety networks.
3 New Trends and 1 Long-Standing Tradition Predicted for 2016 and Beyond
Industry thought-leader Dave George, engineer and President of Pryme, which holds over 35 patents and was awarded the Communications Solutions Product of the Year, publishes the 4th annual trends forecast for communications and technology.
Ensuring Safety and Security during the US Presidential Elections by Using Proper Wireless Communication
Both for public rallies and events as well as presidential convoys, full synchronization is required between convoys and security personnel as is the ability to have complete visibility and awareness of the surrounding area and situations.
A Global Critical Alliance with a TETRA heart and a 5G brain
In his Blog, Peter Clemons describes that he believes that we urgently need a Global Critical Alliance. An Alliance with a TETRA heart and a 5G brain. Clemons provides some key requirements and attributes..
The urgent need for a Global Critical Alliance
As global mobile communications technology moves forward at a frightening speed, it is becoming harder & harder to justify the cost of dedicated public safety networks. Learn more on the view of Peter Clemons in this Blog.
Managing the LTE migration Part 2 - From application friction to open connectivity
In this article, we’ll look at the migration from TETRA to mobile broadband from the applications perspective. To understand the difference, we’ll go through some of the major “application hurdles” in TETRA as we know them, and see how this will change.
The post-TETRA Era: Next-Gen Mobile Networks for Emergency Services
TETRA it is no longer fit for purpose. In today's world, public safety professionals need a modern communications system capable of being used everywhere – including in remote areas, tube stations, and underground car parks. Brinkschulte has the answer..
Wireless Technology for K9 Units. Working together with men's best friend
Collaborating today's K9 units with the right technology can elevate the unit's performance, lower the risks involved and deliver greater precision and certainty to any task involved.
Managing the LTE Migration Part 1 – The Subscriber
This series of posts looks at different aspects of managing the migration from TETRA/P25 to public safety broadband.
Full Interoperability: A Common Language is Only Half the Story
Yossi Segal, Co-Founder& VP of Research and Development for Mobilicom talks about the aspect of interoperability and communications challenges faced by first responders.
Notes for a global critical communications plan - Part 4 - Achieving affordable, secure solutions in the digital age
Part 4 looks at the complex relationship between people & technology, and how a user-driven process based on real current and future critical communications requirements should dictate the choice of the right combination of existing & evolving technology.
Mission-Critical Communications: The Next Step for Mobile Broadband Systems
Two main factors will continue to contribute to the rise in demand for mission-critical comms: The natural growing demand for communications enhancements for the law enforcement market, oil & gas and tactical communications and global rise in terrorism.
Notes for a global critical communications plan - Part 3 - Are global standards really so important?
Part 3 of this new blog series looks at the growth of global standards and their role in driving the development of mobile communications and society as a whole.
Notes for a global critical communications plan - Part 2 - Spectrum for those who need it most
Part 2 of this new blog series looks at the critical role of spectrum in the provision of all communications services and why sufficient spectrum must be made available by Governments around the world exclusively for critical communications.
Notes for a global critical communications plan - Part 1 - The world is heading for certain disaster without a global plan for critical communications
Part 1 of a new blog series that will explain a new economic model based on critical communications and new measures of social value.
Will TETRA be replaced by LTE?
TETRA, which has long been the standard communications platform for public safety, transportation, emergency response teams, police and oil & gas sectors among others, may no longer be the obvious choice for a communications platform.
Decision time: Important elections will decide the future of critical communications
There are 2 key elections coming up this month (May 2015) that will play their part in deciding the future of critical communications in the United Kingdom, Europe and around the world. Quixoticity looks at the key decisions facing voters in both election
UK Emergency Services Network: Is there an alternative? (Part 2)
ESMCP: “Slow down, you move too fast.”
UK Emergency Services Network: Is there an alternative? (Part 1)
The continuing privatisation of public safety & the destruction of social value
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