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AIMTech Consulting Ltd, a ‘spin-off’ from the University of Leeds Business School, releases major new report “The Future of the Force: Police, Technology and Serving the Public”.
Congress and exhibition will take place 15-17 September 2013 at the JW Marriott Marquis, Dubai.
Features include pre-configured overview of talk-group occupancy for control room operators.
Voice and data over commercial mobile telephony networks - let's not rush in, writes British APCO Executive Director Tony Antoniou.
The organisers of The Emergency Services Show are pleased to announce that the event will be moving to The NEC, Birmingham.
Collaboration with CommSOFT develops content for use specifically in custody suites and aims to reduce costs by 70%.
Under the contract the company will provide a range of security services to the Houses of Parliament.
Vauxhall cars wins ACPO future technology challenge.
How inter-agency communications sessions are benefiting Surrey’s public safety services.
Using the same gazetteer management software is expected to facilitate interoperability.
The world’s first joint control room is now using an upgraded alerting system developed in partnership with Multitone.
The latest issue of British APCO Journal reveals why the Cabinet Office’s PSN team wants to hear from you; takes a snapshot from a PSN Services Framework Supplier; how The South West FRS Secure Information Interchange achieved CoCo; why UNICORN is live in Surrey and Berkshire; LTE - critical-mission users are on the way to enjoying high-speed data.
FCS and Arqiva, the secure and critical managed communications services company, are pioneering a radical new learning and development programme which shrinks six months’ installer training into two days.
Martin Edwards from Hytera Communications is the lucky winner!
Greater Manchester Police signs five-year multi-million pound contract with Steria to digitise interview recordings
The £3 million agreement will help reduce the large quantity of physical tape recordings built up by the force and is expected to result in considerable cost and efficiency savings.
Facewatch is being recommended by the British Bids Association to all BIDs across the UK as the best tool to reduce crime and make city centres safer.
Tough Tracker is the world’s first virtually indestructible satellite tracking device for the protection of assets.
Kelvin Connect embraces One Box’s challenging aim to integrate future technology into the police car.
Ka band satellite services are in addition to company's comprehensive Ku band portfolio.
Industry event in Paris to present complete capabilities of critical communications industry.
Airwave has collaborated with Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) to deploy an in-building coverage solution within record time at two ambulance stations.
Police ICT investment will swing toward networks and records management in 2013-14, according to a new breakdown of ICT spends.
Technology to speed up process for digitised witness statements and provides 80% efficiency gains for the back office function.
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) has selected Hull-based firm KC to install and manage a new communications network.
The Wide Area Network (WAN) will connect 32 sites across HFRS's area securely to each other and to its key computer applications, which will be hosted in KC’s data centre in Hull.
Civica will provide hosted Automatic Number Plate Recognition technologies.