Public safety

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A new era for cyber security

28/07/2021

TCCA vice chair Tero Pesonen discusses the imminent formation of the organisation’s new cyber security Working Group.

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ESN and Airwave: what’s past is prologue

23/06/2021

With the UK’s Emergency Services Network in the middle of a crucial year, Philip Mason talks to ETSI’s Brian Murgatroyd about parallels between Airwave and ESN roll-outs

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Voices of a nation: TETRA in the USA

23/06/2021

Philip Mason gives an update on the US TETRA market, finding contrasting opinions about the anticipated use of the technology going into the future

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The American evolution

25/05/2021

Philip Mason talks to FirstNet chief executive officer Ed Parkinson about the additions made to the network over the past 12 months, as well as the benefits of a ‘competition’-based model.

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Preparing for the next emergency

05/11/2020

CCT editor Philip Mason talks to Motorola Solutions’ new vice-president for Latin America Alex Castañeda about the challenges presented by the region, and business development during COVID-19.

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Culture of co-operation

05/11/2020

Following the completion of a recent broadband concept study, Philip Mason discusses the next phase of Nødnett with DSB deputy head of department – and TCCA board member and director – Nina Myren.

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Evolution of the use-case

05/11/2020

Chair of ETSI’s Technical Committee for TETRA and Critical Communications Evolution, Brian Murgatroyd, talks to Philip Mason about the future of narrowband.

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US public safety LTE networks

17/03/2020

The USA is undertaking a major project to build a nationwide public safety broadband network using a commercial provider, but it faces some unique challenges in realising its ambitions, as James ...

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Cameras that have brains as well as eyes

17/03/2020

Facial recognition technologies are increasingly being used by the public safety community, particularly for law enforcement, but they are proving controversial. Charlotte Hathway finds out whether ...

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Network resilience and redundancy planning

17/03/2020

Private PMR public safety networks are designed to be highly resilient, but the migration of critical communications users onto commercial 4G networks increases the complexity of planning for ...

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