FCC tells Sprint to speed rerouting from public-safety airwaves
The FCC gets tough with Sprint. Go to full story... ...
- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 12th September 2007
The FCC gets tough with Sprint.
Mark43 partners with what3words, integrates unique location approach into CAD systemAgencies using Mark43’s cloud-based computer-aided-dispatch (CAD) system will be able to leverage location information from what3words, a technology that uses three-word groupings to describe every 10-foot-by-10-foot square area on Earth. Matt Polega, Mark43’s co-founder and head of a communications and public policy, said that XY coordinates from satellite GPS technology is accurate in most outdoor […]
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