Public safety

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The big interview: Olivier Koczan


The Airbus SLC CEO talks to Philip Mason about the company’s work with the French authorities, and its successful bid to provide core services to the Réseau Radio du Futur project.

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Feature: always changing, always evolving


Critical Communications Today talks to two organisations – one manufacturer, one user – about the development, provision and deployment of two-way radio technology for public safety.

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ICCAs focus: The next generation


Winner of TCCA’s Young Engineer of the Year award at the 2022 ICCAs, NSW Telco Authority’s Shaunak Patel, discusses the importance of recognising young professionals within the industry.

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Turning the page


Emergency services are beginning to use both paging and broadband technology to contact staff, albeit with the use of the latter proving problematic. Swissphone has developed a hybrid solution which ...

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Faith in the future


Following a recent report on the use of ‘cutting edge’ technology by emergency services, Philip Mason talks to Goldsmiths University’s Dr Jennifer Barth and Motorola Solutions senior vice-president ...

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Engineering a safer future


With shockwaves from the UK Grenfell Tower disaster still being felt, Tait Communications talks to CCT about a new solution it believes can provide complete comms continuity across the fireground

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BWV for ambulances: the camera eye


Motorola Solutions’ head of mobile video, Richie McBride, talks to Philip Mason about a recent, major, BWV roll-out to ambulance crews in the UK.

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ICCAs focus: north-western heroes


Philip Mason talks to the University of Louvain about their ICCA-winning satellite comms roll-out at a COVID-19 testing centre in Piedmont, Italy

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ESN exclusive: in sight of the finishing line


Philip Mason talks to Emergency Services Network programme director John Black about key learnings from the previously troubled project, as well as his predictions for the future of the critical ...

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Staying in contact


As the ‘Next Generation 999’ concept is becoming increasingly important to the public safety call-handling conversation Philip Mason speaks to some of the major players facilitating the use of ...





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