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Huawei: Making cities safer

Huawei: Making cities safer

Advertisement feature Huawei’s latest safe city and mobile broadband solutions make it easy for public safety agencies to share and gather data in real-time, while benefiting from an open application ecosystem Terrorism, riots, cyberattacks and fl…

Admin, 13th June 2017
Preparing for a new kind of control room

Preparing for a new kind of control room

The world of control rooms is being buffeted by consolidation and an array of technologies that could overwhelm organisations and operators alike. Sam Fenwick reports on the latest developments It’s no secret that the number of control rooms i…

Sam Fenwick, 12th May 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
TETRA – today  in Europe

TETRA – today in Europe

The European TETRA market is buoyant, with activity ongoing in many countries, such as Germany and The Netherlands, explains Phil Kidner, CEO of the TCCA Across Europe, many countries use TETRA networks to provide first responders with reliable and res…

Admin, 15th February 2017
Hot pursuit: TETRA for motorcycles

Hot pursuit: TETRA for motorcycles

When chasing down criminals or rushing to provide emergency care, motorcycle users need the TETRA radios on their bikes to be safely and properly installed – as the potential consequences from a botched job can be severe, as Richard Martin discovers…

Admin, 15th February 2017
Norway-Sweden ISI: When together is better

Norway-Sweden ISI: When together is better

Richard Martin attended a trial and the completion ceremony of the Swedish/Norwegian cross-border TETRA interworking system November 16 2016 is an important date for the Swedish and Norwegian public safety agencies because it marks the creation of the wo…

Admin, 15th February 2017
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