Motorola Solutions announces its Real-Time Crime Center Starter Kit, an offering designed for public-safety entities wanting to develop real-time crime centers but lack the resources to pay for all potential smart-policing technologies at once.
Join us on Tuesday, March 4, for a webinar examining various potential pitfalls and lessons learned by critical-infrastructure entities that have migrated to IP-based communications systems.
Can FirstNet build its proposed nationwide broadband network for first responders without using taxpayer money? Yes, according to Rivada Networks CEO Declan Ganley, who outlines his company’s proposal to deploy and fund FirstNet during this interview with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson. (Part 5 of video series)
Recently, I chatted with Carol Perry, the director of youth activities for the Radio Club of America, about Devlin Murray and Chris Blackwood, two New Jersey high school students who were invited to make a presentation at the RCA’s technical symposium held last weekend in Orlando. Perry had discovered the duo through a friend who had mentored the youngsters and told me that they were going to “blow me away.”
The Multi Agency Communications Center (MACC), which is a consolidated public-safety answering point (PSAP) that serves Grant County, Wash., had to consider several factors before finding the right migration technology to supplant its legacy analog network.
Cobb EMC—an electrical cooperative that serves metropolitan Atlanta and southeast Georgia—recently announced what is believed to be the first TETRA deployment in the United States. The four-site system will be installed by Radio One and will leverage infrastructure and subscriber gear manufactured by Hytera.