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CCMENA: Dubai’s time to shine

CCMENA: Dubai’s time to shine

With the TCCA’s Critical Communications Middle East and Africa (CCMENA) event in Dubai fast approaching, we caught up with TCCA chair Mladen Vratonjić (pictured right) following the TCCA Board meeting that took place this week. TT: What are you exp…

Admin, 22nd 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
Bravo: Saudi Arabia’s push for comms prowess

Bravo: Saudi Arabia’s push for comms prowess

(Advertisement feature) Bravo manages communications for this year’s Hajj using its new TETRA network It is impossible to completely describe all of TETRA’s success stories around the world in recent years within this article – there ar…

Admin, 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
Capita: Security, collaboration and mobility for public safety solutions

Capita: Security, collaboration and mobility for public safety solutions

(Advertisement feature) Have we reached a ‘tipping point’ for the security of public safety solutions? Has this year’s series of ransomware attacks shown that some key systems remain vulnerable? May 2017 saw the WannaCry ransomware at…

Admin, 22nd September 2017
ICCRA: Changing rooms

ICCRA: Changing rooms

Philip Mason discusses the newly established International Critical Control Rooms Alliance (ICCRA) with its chairman, Peter Prater Why have you decided to establish the International Critical Control Rooms Alliance? What’s the background of the o…

Philip Mason, 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
Where it all begins: A visit to Hytera's factory in Shenzhen

Where it all begins: A visit to Hytera's factory in Shenzhen

Sam Fenwick visited Hytera’s factory and headquarters in Shenzhen to learn more about how the company’s two-way radios are made The day begins with a downpour, followed by a coach journey through lush vegetation broken up with massive …

Sam Fenwick, 22nd September 2017
IP switching enhances modern TETRA networks

IP switching enhances modern TETRA networks

The transition to open standard IP switching based on commercial hardware and software has revolutionised the way TETRA networks are implemented, configured and operated, as James Atkinson finds out Switching technology lies at the heart of wireless ra…

Admin, 22nd September 2017
Public safety applications: What’s coming down the fast pipe?

Public safety applications: What’s coming down the fast pipe?

Richard Martin explores the use of broadband applications and services for public safety, and the changes that need to be made to working practices in order to 
unlock their full potential Broadband networks engineered for public safety use are being d…

Admin, 22nd September 2017
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