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Private LTE networks like the 900 MHz being proposed by Anterix can deliver vital communications reliably to support utilities’ future electric-grid distribution needs, based on the results of a phase-one testing project conducted with the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
Web Roundup Items from other news organizations In the fight against Washington wildfires, drones are now as vital as chainsaws Texas prepares public-safety unmanned emergency response standard Ramsomware demanded $5.3 million from Massachusetts city in July attack Lyft adds 911 button more than a year after Uber app Five use cases for IoT in public [...]
FirstNet users will have access to AT&T’s 5G services that are set to be available nationwide by the middle of next year, but the 700 MHz Band 14 spectrum will continue to leverage 4G LTE for years to protect public-safety device investments and key functionality, according to the leader of AT&T’s FirstNet team.
Originally slated to be a three-year project that would be completed more than a decade ago, the 800 MHz rebanding initiative is nearing completion and could be done next year, according to information from an FCC official and a recent FCC filing from Sprint, which has funded the massive rebanding effort.
Chicago police personnel in one district of the city are participating in a pilot program with the Samsung DeX in-vehicle platform, which uses the compute power of a docked Samsung Galaxy smartphone to create a "desktop experience" within the vehicle that is designed to increase officer efficiency at significantly less cost than a traditional laptop [...]
Dick Mirgon, a public-safety-communications consultant and former APCO president, talks about the need for public-safety unity to transform next-generation 911 (NG911) legislation into a law with billions of dollars in capital funding to upgrade 911 centers–or Emergency Communications Centers (ECCs)–nationwide.
Next-generation 911 (NG911) systems should let 911 centers handle all forms of multimedia—voice, text, data, photos and video—and interoperate with other NG911 systems, but public-safety jurisdictions have to specify these characteristics in their procurements or risk facing disappointment and extra costs, according to APCO officials.
Web Roundup Items from other news organizations Doorbell camera firm Ring has partnered with 400 police forces, extending surveillance concerns Trying to stop ‘swatting,’ a city creates a registry to flag 911 calls Riding a telemedicine wave, docs trade white coats for the tech life, testing the limits of health care Texas ransomware attack provides [...]
Public-safety users have been able to subscribe to FirstNet for only two years, but the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN) is making a significant impact on the operations of several first-responder agencies, providing cost-effective data and deployable support immediately and a mission-critical voice option in the future.
Kevin McGinnis, former FirstNet Authority board member, member of the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) and program manager for the National Association of State EMS Officials, explains how the development of broadband services like FirstNet and the Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport (ET3) payment model being piloted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid [...]
Don Griffis, product manager at L3Harris, explains the benefits of the company’s XL-200 portable radio being integrated with an SCBA mask from MSA to deliver clearer audio communications in a fireground scenario. Griffis spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during the APCO 2019 event in Baltimore.
Web Roundup Items from other news organizations Hackers behind Texas ransomware attacks want $2.5 million While one Texas county shook off ransomware, small cities took full punch Employees connect Ukraine nuclear plant to the Internet, so they can mine cryptocurrency What3words: The app that can save your life With first-ever FAA waiver, U.S. closes in [...]
Jessica Enewold of Hexagon explains how the company’s analytics solution prepares and processes large amounts of data into information that can help public safety make real-time decisions and compile reports that identify relevant trends. Enewold spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during the APCO 2019 event in Baltimore.
Paul Hager (left), a systems consultant for Hexagon and Hexagon CTO Kalyn Sims highlight key features of the OnCall portfolio of computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and other related functionality. Hexagon has revamped its offering to make the platform accessible to Tier 2 and Tier 3 entities, as well as its traditional larger-agency customers. Enhancements to […]
FirstNet Authority board members yesterday unanimously approved the organization’s $309.3 million budget for fiscal year 2020, which includes $145.1 million for reinvestment into the FirstNet system—a figure bolstered by a one-time transfer of $46 million from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

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