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Frequentis and Dimetor team up on BVLOS drone flights

Frequentis has partnered with Dimetor, a mobile network connectivity start-up, to enable beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone operations.

Dimetor is providing high quality 3G/LTE coverage information which is visualised and used within Frequentis’s flight ...


Tiago Rodrigues becomes WBA CEO

Tiago Rodrigues has today (26 September) become CEO of the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) replacing CEO Shrikant Shenwai, one of the WBA’s founders and who will continue to work closely with WBA and the wireless industry.?

Rodrigues joined the WBA back in November ...

CCTV Monitoring opts for mobile working tech from BigChange

CCTV Monitoring, a construction site CCTV installation and monitoring company, has rolled out a mobile working system from BigChange.

The company’s engineers have been equipped with rugged tablets running BigChange’s JobWatch app, which enables them to be tracked and ...


Ranplan appoints new CSO and commercial operations director

Ranplan Group AB has appointed Jon Ullmark, a specialist in the field of IoT and automation, as its chief strategy officer (a new position), effective from 1 September. Earlier this week, Ranplan also announced that it has recruited Anthony Sutton to the newly created role of ...


6G targets summarised in white paper

The 6G Flagship research programme at the University of Oulu, Finland, has published what it claims to be the world’s the first 6G White Paper – “Key Drivers and Research Challenges for 6G Ubiquitous Wireless Intelligence”, which is based on the output from a workshop at the ...

Everbridge and RiskBand partner up on worker safety wearables

Everbridge, a critical event management and enterprise safety software applications company, has formed a partnership with RiskBand, a provider of wearable, live-monitored professional safety devices, as part of Everbridge’s strategy to cater to the safety needs of employees who ...


Antenova celebrates its 20th year

Antenova, a UK-based manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things (IoT) is celebrating 20 years since it was founded on 3 September 1999.

The company was formed to commercialise the multi-band dielectric resonator antennas ...


5G, drones and machine learning aid research in the Baltic Sea

The combination of drone gathered video footage, computer vision and 5G connections has been used in a trial by researchers from the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) to monitor real-time environmental conditions in the Baltic Sea.

The system was developed by ...

AGS Pest Control deploys BigChange’s mobile working system

AGS, provider of facilities management services to Transport for London (TfL), has finished implementing a mobile working system from BigChange.

The solution has been rolled out across the company’s pest control division, as an initial deployment, and consists of ...

UK Home Office awards ESN air-to-ground contract to Cobham

Cobham has been selected by the Home Office to provide the Emergency Services Network (ESN) with air-to-ground (A2G) communication capabilities.

The Aircraft Communications System (ACS) contract, valued at £64 million, covers both the equipment and services required ...

Three launches 5G fixed wireless access service in London

Three has launched a 5G fixed wireless access service in London – allowing its customers to order a 5G ‘plug and play’ hub, which will provide them with fibre-like internet speeds, without the need for a fixed line connection.

The company is offering the service via ...

RootMetrics: EE and Vodafone pull further ahead of the pack

Rootmetric by IHS Markit has in its Review of the Mobile Landscape 1H 2019 reported that EE has the UK’s best performing mobile network, with Vodafone in second place, Three in third place and O2 bringing up the rear.

This pattern held true across UK-wide RootScores ...

OneWeb brings its Ku- and Ka-band spectrum into use

OneWeb, a company building a global satellite-based communications network to deliver low latency and high-speed services, has brought its spectrum rights in the Ku- and Ka-bands into use.

To achieve this, the company’s satellites have been transmitting at the ...

Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note10 series

Samsung has unveiled the new flagship Galaxy Note10 range at its Unpacked 2019 event.

The line of premium smartphones come in three forms, a 6.3 inch Note10, a 6.8 inch Note10+ and a 5G version of the Note10+. The Note 10 includes a 6.3 inch FHD+ dynamic AMOLED ...

Ofcom releases spectrum to support local innovation

Ofcom announced on 25 July that it will open up spectrum for local use by organisations such as small businesses or start-ups and enabled people to apply to use spectrum that is held by mobile operators but isn’t being used.

The regulator claims that this new approach ...


Fibre project to underpin Three's 5G network in the West End

Three UK and SSE Enterprise Telecoms have announced they will run a fibre test bed in London’s West End.

The project, which is an ongoing collaboration between the two companies, will boost the capacity of Three’s 4G and 5G networks (the latter will go live in the ...

Government signals confidence on rural coverage plan

Speaking prior to his recent departure Jeremy Wright, the outgoing culture secretary, said that he was “very optimistic” that the government will be able to strike the deal proposed by the UK’s mobile operators back in May.

According to their proposals, this would ...

Vodafone and O2 finalise 5G network sharing agreement

Vodafone and O2 have agreed to share 5G active equipment on joint network sites across the UK.

This is expected to speed up their rollout of 5G services to their customer base, reduce the impact of their operations on the environment and lower rollout costs (compared ...

Cradlepoint and NetMotion team up on mobile working connectivity

Earlier this week, NetMotion and Cradlepoint announced that they have formed a technology alliance relationship to give customers in public safety, transportation, healthcare, utilities and other mobile workforce-oriented industries access to the companies’ complementary and ...
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