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Two EU peacekeeping forces select Globalstar-enabled SafeFleet Telematics for vehicle tracking and staff protection

Two EU peacekeeping forces select Globalstar-enabled SafeFleet Telematics for vehicle tracking and staff protection

The European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM) and EU Rule of Law Mission (EULEX) have deployed the SafeFleet Telematics solution to track and manage fleets, monitor driver behaviour, and safeguard personnel and civilian …

Sam Fenwick, 22nd February 2017
JMA Wireless empowers mobile communications at the World Trade Centre Transportation Hub

JMA Wireless empowers mobile communications at the World Trade Centre Transportation Hub

JMA Wireless is enabling mobile connectivity at New York City’s World Trade Centre Transportation Hub, which is located in the middle of the new World Trade Centre buildings and its 9/11 Memorial.  Multiple solutions, including JMA Wireless…

Mark Venables, 6th September 2016
Ports of Jersey’s new vessel traffic service (VTS) is in operation

Ports of Jersey’s new vessel traffic service (VTS) is in operation

After a rapid implementation programme Ports of Jersey’s modernised control centre system is up and running. Frequentis was selected to modernise the systems through a fully integrated solution and supported by a ten-year maintenance contract. Aft…

Mark Venables, 6th September 2016
Glasgow leads Internet of Things connectivity with new LoRa network

Glasgow leads Internet of Things connectivity with new LoRa network

Glasgow is paving the way for the next wave of internet technology, the Internet of Things (IoT), thanks to a collaborative project involving Stream Technologies, Semtech, Boston Networks and CENSIS.    Working with Glasgow Universit…

Mark Venables, 6th September 2016
Norwich crime fighting receives boost from city-wide radio link

Norwich crime fighting receives boost from city-wide radio link

A major initiative to fight crime and anti-social behaviour in Norwich city centre has been re-launched thanks to a helping hand from Brentwood Communications. The ALERT business crime reduction scheme aims to help business owners reduce theft and d…

Mark Venables, 6th September 2016
Riedel uses Hytera radios to support Rio 2016 Olympics

Riedel uses Hytera radios to support Rio 2016 Olympics

Riedel Communications is supplying two-way radio communications services, using radio equipment from Hytera, to one of the Rio 2016 Olympics' major suppliers. The scale of the operation huge, with more than 10,000 athletes from 205 differe…

Sam Fenwick, 8th August 2016
SFL Mobile Radio upgrade Birkenhead town centre radio network to digital comms

SFL Mobile Radio upgrade Birkenhead town centre radio network to digital comms

SFL Mobile Radio has upgraded Birkenhead First and Birkenhead town centre retailers’ local ‘Shop Link’ radio network from analogue to digital. This is the third upgrade to Shop Link since its introduction in 1988 to help stop known shoplifters and …

Laurence Doe, 25th July 2016
Icom provides VHF radio handhelds for RTYC Ramsgate regatta event

Icom provides VHF radio handhelds for RTYC Ramsgate regatta event

Icom UK will provide radio communications to the Royal Temple Yacht Club (RTYC) in Ramsgate for its annual regatta, from 24-29 July. The company will supply the event’s organisers with six IC-M73 marine handheld VHF radios to help with the comm…

Laurence Doe, 18th July 2016
ANT Telecom supplies lone worker system to Paralloy

ANT Telecom supplies lone worker system to Paralloy

ANT Telecom has provided Paralloy, a manufacturer of specialist cast tubes and fittings for use in high temperature and corrosive environments, with a lone worker solution to enhance the safety of its ‘at risk’ employees. This category inclu…

Laurence Doe, 22nd June 2016
Full speed ahead for West Scotland ferry operator’s Wi-Fi network rollout

Full speed ahead for West Scotland ferry operator’s Wi-Fi network rollout

Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac), a ferry operator serving Scotland’s western seaboard and the Hebrides, has announced that almost half of its 200-mile long network is now live with free public access Wi-Fi, with the remainder to be completed in early July. …

Sam Fenwick, 8th June 2016
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