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IHM Signs Radio Communication Service Contract With Falck
IHM, developer or critical communication systems in Denmark, has signed a million contract with Falck Danmark A/S covering service of Falck's radio network, pocsags as well as technical support.
PMRExpo 2020: Save the date: 24-26 November, Cologne
The strong internationalisation of the PMRExpo was reflected in 2019 in the new record number of nearly 4,600 visitors from security authorities and organisations (BOS), the industry, public transport, utilities and other sectors.
RACOM Announces DiCal Critical Alerting Contract
The new Swissphone alerting system will provide better coverage, higher reliability and facilitate faster response times to emergencies.
Fire Departments in German City-State of Hamburg Respond Faster with Motorola Solutions TETRA Pagers
Next generation TETRA two-way radio pagers from Motorola Solutions ensure that volunteer firefighters can be reached when they are needed most.
Swissphone Discusses Progress and Deployment for Local Alarm Networks
During the event a large number of relevant topics with regards to the digitization of alarm systems and the deployment of departemental alarm networks were discussed.
NSW Fire and Rescue Picks TPL Systèmes Birdy 4G Pager
The new pagers for the New south Wales Fire and Rescue services will replace their existing numeric pagers.
LA City and Fire Department Select REDCOM to Modernize their Critical Alerting System
REDCOM announced that the City of Los Angeles and the LA Fire Department (LAFD) have selected REDCOM to update their fire station alerting communications network system.
GlobalFlyte Clears the Fog of Chaos in Emergency Communications
The emergency management technology startup is currently testing Multi Modal technology allowing users to listen to multiple radio channels through one pair of headphones by separating them spatially.
The Latest Cool & Smart PMR Communication Inventions Exhibited at PMRExpo
The World’s first IoT pager and IoT communication vest to enhance critical communications.