In this article in The Mandarin, Steve Crutchfield describes how data from the "Internet of Public Safety Things" — when used well — can make a fundamental difference to the ...
Real-time information sharing between field personnel provides maximum situational awareness that helps enable safer, faster and better incident resolution.
The connected officer accesses information in the field to make better, faster decisions and better protect themselves and the community.
While next generation technologies including mobile broadband are changing the public safety landscape, it’s important to realise that voice communication remains the primary need for ...
Steve Crutchfield writes in The Mandarin about how events such as the recent hackathon can help meet rising community expectations of public safety.
In the final part of our series on Next Generation Mobile Intelligence (NGMI), we discuss partnerships.
First responders in New South Wales will benefit from greater communication and officer safety through a major upgrade to the state’s radio network.
In only 48 tense hours, hackathon winners Fleetsu came up with a public safety application designed to solve current challenges in the industry.
SecurityBrief Australia captures the recent public safety hackathon in pictures.