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December 2012

Urgent Communications examines the Department of Homeland Security-led effort to develop a lightweight, wearable battery material that has the potential to transform first-responder communications.

Also in this issue, we take a look at how speech analytics technology is helping public-safety answering points sift through the mountains of information that they generate, and examine what Superstorm Sandy told public safety about its current networks and systems and — more importantly — its future broadband network.

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