An enhanced and expanded NSW Government Radio Network has proved itself a crucial tool during the state's bushfire response.
A trial in Japan has used drones connected via a private LTE network to issue tsunami evacuation alerts.
Is the government leaving first responders out of the equation when it comes to the fundamental communications platforms of the future?
State-of-the-art technology is only part of the communications equation — working together is even more important.
SA's emergency services' incident response capabilities are set to get a boost with the help of a new, purpose-built command centre.
Tribhuvan International Airport has installed what's said to be Nepal's first TETRA network in a bid to improve communication, workflow and safety.
Airline passenger Wi-Fi and maritime and government connectivity across Europe and the Middle East are set to expand with Inmarsat's GX5 satellite.
Thousands of non-geostationary satellite orbit systems will soon be deployed under a new milestone-based regulatory procedure.
Nokia is set to deploy its RAN equipment at over 200 sites throughout NZ after being named a preferred vendor for Spark's 5G rollout.
Norwegian electricity grid owner and operator GE Nett has deployed Sepura's SC20 and SC21 radios to improve its operations' safety and efficiency.
Prioritisation on LTE and 5G networks is technically feasible, but there are a number of legal issues that need to be carefully addressed, says Nokia's Barbara Noonan.
Barrett's radio systems are helping to strengthen and secure ambulance and hospital communications in Chile, thanks to a recent contract with SAMU.
Majorcan buses' radio systems are coming into the digital age, thanks to a new deal between Teltonic's partner, Level Electronics, and EMT.