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Jun 15, 2018
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Cornell University: Kolbeinn Karlsson explains how blockchain technology can help public safety

Kolbeinn Karlsson, an electrical and computer engineering PhD student at Cornell University, discusses his research to explore the potential use of blockchain technology—best known as a key component for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin—as a secure method for public safety to enter and access data securely in sensitive databases....More
Jun 15, 2018
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TRX Systems: Carol Politi highlights company's partnerships, deployment successes

TRX Systems President and CEO Carol Politi explains how partnerships are helping the company realize widespread deployments and notes recent developments in its location technology....More
Jun 10, 2018
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Carnegie Mellon University: Anthony Rowe showcases firefighter-location technology

Anthony Rowe, associate professor in the electrical and computer engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University, demonstrates how an incident commander could leverage ultrawideband (UWB) beacon technology to track the location of firefighters, even when there is no traditional network infrastructure available....More
Jun 8, 2018
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NYU and Austin FD: Marco Mezzavilla and Alex Zottarelli discuss mm-wave project, benefits of collaboration

Marco Mezzavilla (left) of New York Univesity and Alex Zottarelli of the Austin Fire Department, explain the goals of their high-capity, millimeter-wave research project for public safety and highlight the benefits that can be realized when first responders and technologists cooperative to tackle communications issues....More
Jun 7, 2018
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PSCR: Margaret Pinson outlines goals of video-quality research project

Margaret Pinson, a computer engineer for the Institute for Telecommunications Services (ITS), explains how video-quality research could be used to develop algorithms that would help first responders and others at an incident scene record video in a way that is most helpful to the evidentiary and/or recovery processes....More
Jun 7, 2018
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PSCR: Dereck Orr discusses research prize challenges, infusion of new talent to tackle public-safety issues

Dereck Orr, program manager for the Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), describes the growth of the annual PSCR Broadband Stakeholders meeting, highlighting the influx of new technical talent participating in PSCR's grant programs and prize challenges....More
May 28, 2018
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Comtech: Brian Salisbury highlights benefits of leveraging location data in IoT solutions

Brian Salisbury, Comtech’s vice president of product management, explains how his company is delivering secure low-power solutions to provide location information for Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives...More
May 27, 2018
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Bittium: Jani Lyrintzis discusses IoT engineering work, teases new public-safety device

Jani Lyrintzis, vice president and general manager at Bittium, highlights the wireless-engineering services that his company brings to the Internet of Things (IoT) space, including work as a partner for Verizon's ThingSpace. Lyrintzis also talks about development of a next-generation public-safety device that could be announced later this year....More
May 24, 2018
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Cambium Networks: Bruce Collins discusses connectivity, network-management solutions for IoT

Bruce Collins, director of product management for Cambium Networks, explains how his company can provide multiple forms of wireless connectivity and its Maestro secure, cloud-based management system to support Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives....More
May 24, 2018
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The Public Safety Network: Vicki Lee highlights global LTE efforts, capex-to-opex transition

Vicki Lee, vice president of The Public Safety Network, updates the progress of public-safety LTE initiatives in countries throughout the world and provides insights about governments’ desire to transition first-responder communications from capital-intensive initiatives to an operational-expense models that leverage cloud technologies....More

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