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In the market for... DMR handsets

In the market for... DMR handsets

Simon Creasey explains everything you need to know about purchasing digital mobile radio handsets, their benefits over PMR models, and potential pitfalls If you thought DMR handsets were just simple voice tools think again. Over the last few years ma…

Admin, 30th January 2017
UK healthcare: Saving lives with wireless tech

UK healthcare: Saving lives with wireless tech

Philip Mason looks at some of the ways wireless communications are being used in the UK’s increasingly stretched public health sector The most important thing is to make every second count, which in turn frees up staff to see more patients and …

Philip Mason, 30th January 2017
Wireless comms in manufacturing: improving safety and efficiency

Wireless comms in manufacturing: improving safety and efficiency

Manufacturers are increasingly looking to a range of communication technologies to improve operational efficiency. Sam Fenwick learns how they also help protect both men and machines Manufacturing is a tough business. The ability to ship containers f…

Sam Fenwick, 30th January 2017
Facewatch: Fighting crime with facial recognition

Facewatch: Fighting crime with facial recognition

Facewatch’s chairman Simon Gordon explains his plans to bring the benefits of facial recognition technology to UK companies, with big implications for crime prevention Most people see thousands of things in life they’d like to change. But v…

Sam Fenwick, 30th January 2017
The IoT in 2017

The IoT in 2017

2017 is the year the IoT should deliver compelling services to enterprise users – but the challenges it still faces entering the rollout phase are daunting, discovers James Hayes IoT services are in a race to get the economies of scale needed…

Admin, 30th January 2017
New two-way from Icom UK

New two-way from Icom UK

Icom UK has released the IC-F29DR, its new two-way digital radio. The product is described by the company as suitable for organisations looking for a simple, waterproof, licence-free system, built with a high degree of encryption. The IC-F29DR utili…

Philip Mason, 27th January 2017
Ericsson and Telstra's intercontinental 10Gbps encrypted link

Ericsson and Telstra's intercontinental 10Gbps encrypted link

Ericsson and Telstra have used network strategy company Ciena's 10G wire-speed solution to encrypt data over a 10gbps intercontinental link. The trial demonstrates, according to Ericsson, that advanced security can be achieved while data is in transi…

Philip Mason, 17th January 2017
Smye-Rumsby provides DPAC with secure comms

Smye-Rumsby provides DPAC with secure comms

Smye-Rumsby has provided Hytera PD605 radios to the Dover Partnership Against Crime (DPAC), an organisation set-up to prevent theft in Kent. Each member of the partnership has been provided with a device, through which they communicate with the pol…

Philip Mason, 16th January 2017
Start of ESN transition now scheduled for mid-2018

Start of ESN transition now scheduled for mid-2018

The transition of the emergency services from the Airwave TETRA network onto the Emergency Services Network (ESN) is now expected by the Emergency Services Mobile Services Communications Programme (ESMCP) to begin at the earliest in mid-2018. Previous…

Sam Fenwick, 11th January 2017
ETSI creates new Industry Specification Group on Context Information Management

ETSI creates new Industry Specification Group on Context Information Management

ETSI has created a new Industry Specification Group on cross-sector Context Information Management (ISG CIM) for smart cities applications and beyond. Its first meeting will take placed at ETSI’s premises in Sophia Antipolis, France, on 9-10 Febru…

Sam Fenwick, 11th January 2017
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