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Huawei and Frequentis sign public safety MoU

Huawei and Frequentis sign public safety MoU

Huawei and Frequentis have signed a memorandum of understanding, agreeing to jointly develop an ‘open eco-system’ of public safety solutions. According to information released by the companies, part of this will be the development of a next g…

Philip Mason, 27th March 2017
DAMM back in the USA

DAMM back in the USA

DAMM Cellular Systems has reestablished its representation in the United States, following the company’s cancellation of its exclusive agreement with Sepura last year. The company's US operations are based in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia. Spe…

Philip Mason, 27th March 2017
Copenhagen calling

Copenhagen calling

With more than 700 visitors attending the first day of the event, Critical Communications Europe certainly had a buzz about it. Despite the wintery conditions in Copenhagen, there was a great deal of warmth throughout the two-day event, with sessions that…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
Taking flight

Taking flight

Drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been widely hailed as the next industrial revolution. But while such devices may not turn out to be as pervasive and transformative as, say, the Internet of Things or mobile communication (the constraints of…

Philip Mason, 24th March 2017
Critical messaging at scale

Critical messaging at scale

TETRA Today: How does the Everbridge platform help people generate messages and disseminate them during emergencies? Jaime Ellertson: We started with emergency notification and then we moved into incident communications – automating the whole proce…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
Tomorrow’s world: Virtual and fragile?

Tomorrow’s world: Virtual and fragile?

In this opinion piece, Sam Fenwick looks at some of the unsettling factors that will affect the world of policing in the coming decades, as well as their potential impacts on the critical communications industry We live in strange times. On o…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
Cybersecurity: What’s your weakest link?

Cybersecurity: What’s your weakest link?

Scarcely a month goes by without cybersecurity hitting the headlines. For public safety  organisations, the main concerns are attacks by organised crime syndicates and terrorists, but what capabilities do they have? “What we’ve seen so f…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
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