As ADCOM911 in Adams County, Colo., nears the completed deployment of its public-safety LTE network using 700 MHz Band 14 spectrum leased from FirstNet, the county today announced that it has its first police car operating on the much-anticipated broadband communications system.
FreeWave releases its new WaveContact wireless input/output (I/O) product family, which is designed to help industrial customers broaden the use of sensors in some of the harshest, most remote environments.
FCC commissioners next month are expected to take actions designed to establish a new regulatory framework that will be designed to help ensure the availability and reliability of 911 service as communications increasingly migrate to IP-based technologies.
Bachir Aboujaoude, business development manager for Commscope’s distributed coverage and capacity solutions group, describes the features of the new ION-U, which is designed to simplify DAS planning, deployment and optimization. Aboujaoude spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during the recent HetNet Expo in Chicago.
Darren Kastner, SafeMobile’s vice president of sales, demonstrates how the company’s radioPad Base Station application lets user control two-way-radio functions via Wi-Fi and he SafeBridge LAN unit during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson at the EWA/USMSS Wireless Leadership Summit in Denver.
Bill Dow, executive director for USMSS, explains the reasoning and significance behind the organization’s expected name change to the International Technology Resource Network (ITRN) during this conversation with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during last week’s EWA/USMSS Wireless Leadership 2014 in Denver.
Newfield Wireless CEO Marc Bensadoun explores the challenges facing FirstNet and carriers wanting to provide broadband mobile data services over LTE to public-safety users that require higher levels of coverage and reliability than commercial systems traditionally have provided.
Intrado positions itself to compete in the emergency-communications space for enterprise customers that utilize IP-based private branch exchange (PBX) systems with the recent purchase of Montreal-based 911 Enable, according to an Intrado official.
Families of tower workers that are killed or injured while on the job will be eligible for financial assistance that is designed to help the families pay for short-term needs, thanks to the launch of the charitable Tower Industry Family Support Charitable Foundation.