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Belgium: ASTRID launches the next generation of its Blue Light Mobile service

Belgium: ASTRID launches the next generation of its Blue Light Mobile service

ASTRID, the specialist telecoms operator for Belgium's emergency and security services, today (18 October) launched the next generation of its Blue Light Mobile service, which will provide users with secure and priority access to the country’s three…

Sam Fenwick, 18th October 2017
Australia: Radlink to deliver TETRA network for railway use in Central Queensland

Australia: Radlink to deliver TETRA network for railway use in Central Queensland

Radlink Communications is set to deliver what it claims will be “one of the largest, most technologically advanced radio networks in Australia” after securing a contract with Aurizon, Australia's largest rail freight operator. The network is …

Sam Fenwick, 17th October 2017
StreamWIDE joins the TCCA

StreamWIDE joins the TCCA

StreamWIDE, a Paris-based communication software technology provider has joined the TETRA and Critical Communications Association (TCCA), the representative organisation for the worldwide critical communications community.  StreamWIDE specialis…

Sam Fenwick, 17th October 2017
Austria: Frequentis and Hexagon selected to provide a nationwide command and control system for public safety

Austria: Frequentis and Hexagon selected to provide a nationwide command and control system for public safety

Frequentis and Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure have been selected to supply mission-critical technologies for the "ELKOS Austria" project, a nationwide, unified command and communication system, that is seeking to streamline the incident management pr…

Sam Fenwick, 4th October 2017
Hytera’s new TETRA handheld radio: the PT560H

Hytera’s new TETRA handheld radio: the PT560H

Hytera has introduced a new TETRA handheld radio, the PT560H. The PT560H is a close relative of the PT580H Plus and according to the company, “offers the entire spectrum of TETRA features in an ergonomic and ruggedised housing.” T…

Sam Fenwick, 3rd October 2017
FirstNet opt-ins rise to 24 thanks to Louisiana, Texas, and Idaho

FirstNet opt-ins rise to 24 thanks to Louisiana, Texas, and Idaho

Louisiana, Texas, and Idaho have opted in to use the FirstNet radio access network (RAN) to provide broadband communications to their public safety communities, taking the number of states and territories to do so to 24.  First respnders in states t…

Sam Fenwick, 28th September 2017
Bravo orders more TETRA infrastructure from Airbus

Bravo orders more TETRA infrastructure from Airbus

Bravo, the Saudi radio communications operator has decided to procure professional mobile radio (PMR) infrastructure from Airbus to renew the existing public safety network in Eastern Saudi Arabia. Airbus will deliver and deploy 150 TETRA base stations in…

Sam Fenwick, 25th September 2017
Tony Gray: Building on strong foundations

Tony Gray: Building on strong foundations

Tony Gray, the new chief executive of the TCCA, discusses his immediate priorities, its latest initiatives and his vision for the Association with Sam Fenwick SF: What do you feel is the most pressing issue for the TCCA and its members, and how will you …

Sam Fenwick, 22nd September 2017
The Middle East: Reaching for the sky

The Middle East: Reaching for the sky

Ahead of Critical Communications MENA, Sam Fenwick looks at some of the biggest trends in the region and the current state of its biggest projects Dubai, CCMENA’s host city, is pushing ahead with public safety LTE and ANPR technology The MENA (M…

Sam Fenwick, 22nd September 2017
Smart and safe cities

Smart and safe cities

Smart and safe city projects hold much promise, but aren’t for the faint-of-heart. Sam Fenwick gathers some advice for would-be developers Urbanisation is one of the most visible trends of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Anyone looking do…

Sam Fenwick, 22nd September 2017
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