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Phil Kidner turns in his wings

11/08/2017

Phil Kidner, TCCA CEO (and an extremely frequent flier), will soon pass on the role to Tony Gray. Before his well-deserved retirement, TETRA Today caught up with him to hear his thoughts on his time ...

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Streaming video from body-worn cameras

11/08/2017

Body-worn cameras with streaming capabilities are allowing public safety organisations to observe incidents in real time and respond accordingly, as Kate O'Flaherty discovers

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CCW 2017: The world looks to the East

11/08/2017

There was much to see and do in China and Hong Kong in May, including Critical Communications World and the Hytera Global Summit. Sam Fenwick reports

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Huawei: Making cities safer

13/06/2017

(Advertisement feature) Huawei's latest safe city and mobile broadband solutions make it easy for public safety agencies to share and gather data in real-time, while benefiting from an open ...

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Global appetite for TETRA, by region

12/05/2017

2016 was an eventful year for TETRA, but how did the global market fare? IHS Markit's Ryan Darrand and Thomas Lynch sit down with Sam Fenwick to look at the data and the trends shaping current and ...

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Copenhagen calling

24/03/2017

Sam Fenwick reports from Critical Communications Europe in Copenhagen, where interworking across borders and the pros and cons of dedicated and commercial networks for PPDR were a focus for discussion

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Critical messaging at scale

24/03/2017

Jaime Ellertson, CEO of Everbridge, talks to TETRA Today about how the company's critical messaging cloud-based platform is making it easier to communicate at scale

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Tomorrow's world: Virtual and fragile?

24/03/2017

In this opinion piece, Sam Fenwick looks at some of the unsettling factors that will affect the world of policing in the coming decades, as well as their potential impacts on the critical ...

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ESN for control rooms: business as usual?

30/11/2016

Philip Mason gives an update on the transition of the UK's emergency services from the Airwave TETRA network to a LTE network provided by EE, with a focus on the implications for control rooms

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