Emergency Communications stories
The departure of Sparks cybersecurity leader Josh Bahlman
Josh Bahlman, esteemed leader of Spark New Zealand's Cyber Defence and Technology Architecture teams, has resigned after a significant ten-year tenure.
Hourua partners with TCCA improving NZ emergency communications
NZ's Hourua, a joint venture by Spark and One NZ, partners with global group TCCA to enhance emergency services' communications through robust multi-network cellular solutions.
Kacific launches emergency connectivity offering, CommsBox
Kacific has announced the release of a new emergency connectivity offering designed to rapidly provide broadband service in emergency or disaster zones.
Motorola to launch smart, rugged personal radio
The MXP600 TETRA radio includes intelligent mic and speaker management for noisy environments and a connected app for flexible comms.
Vertel partners with Beaconsim to aid AUS emergency services
Vertel and Beaconsim are partnering to bring advanced radio command and control simulators and communications training to Australia's emergency services.
Could an iPhone save your life?
The ECLI service provides emergency services with the probable location of a caller when they dial 111 from a mobile phone.
How one Dutch company created Civil Defence's emergency alert system
Dutch company one2many has been chosen by the Ministry of Civil Defence - Emergency Management as its provider of a national Wireless Emergency Alert System.
Technology can help schools communicate in an emergency
Technology can help educators meet standard operating procedures swiftly and effectively, cutting down response times.
Government to develop 111 emergency app
An emergency 111 smartphone app is being developed in a joint venture between the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and the NZ Police.