In-Depth

Land Mobile's in-depth features focus on the use of wireless communications within vertical markets (often in the form of on-site case studies), interviews with senior industry figures, insight pieces looking at topical issues and articles with tips on procuring wireless devices and services.

The future of messaging apps

Elisabetta Zaccaria, chairman of Secure Chorus, discusses the importance of reaching agreed interoperability standards in secure messaging apps for enterprise users and how selecting the right approach to cryptography is critical in addressing user requirements

Messaging apps currently ...

The big interview: the cash must flow

Chris Rivera, Syniverse’s CTO, talks to Sam Fenwick about mobile roaming and billing in the age of 5G and IoT

Globalisation is a bit like Marmite – some love it, others hate it. While both Brexit and the election of President Trump can both be seen as a reaction against it, large (and ...

Welcome to the TALKABOUT family

(Advertorial) At the park with kids, on the beach with friends or a keen adventurer enjoying a day out, TALKABOUT walkie-talkies from Motorola Solutions are a great way to keep in touch.

With Easy Pairing and 16 licence-free channels, these walkie-talkies are the ultimate gadget for your ...

How to procure two-way radio

Following on from last month’s Business Radio 101 feature, Sam Fenwick takes a deep dive into the factors that need to be considered when procuring two-way radio systems and terminals

In our last issue, we looked at some of the basic aspects of buying and using two-way radio systems. In ...

Differentiation strategies for resellers

What are the strategies two-way radio resellers and dealerships can use to win business and differentiate themselves from the competition? Sam Fenwick investigates

The work of resellers is critical to the health of the two-way radio industry. Just as a tree cannot survive without its ...

5G and autonomous vehicles: a visit to the UK's new testbed

Philip Mason talks to key members of the AutoAir 5G consortium about its recently launched autonomous vehicle testbed at Millbrook proving ground

Back in March of last year, Land Mobile reported on the results of a competition run by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, ...

GeoSpock: making extreme data easy

Steve Marsh, founder and CTO of GeoSpock, talks to Sam Fenwick about how extreme-scale data platforms can be used to allow humans and AI to make sense of smart city sensors and improve our society

February’s big interview briefly discussed the lessons we can learn from biology and apply ...

MWC Barcelona 2019: the quality question

5G again dominated the headlines at MWC Barcelona for good reason – the race between the big vendors to be first has given way to the race to be best. Sam Fenwick has the details

With 5G networks in the early stages of roll-out (with the possible exception of South Korea), user equipment ...

Smart cities: people first, technology second

The recent Westminster eForum smart cities conference emphasised societal outcomes over obsession with tech, reports Philip Mason

Smart cities are likely to become an increasingly relevant topic over the coming years, not just in magazines such as Land Mobile, but also across the wider, ...

60 seconds with Radiocoms' Andy Johnson

Andy Johnson, senior project manager at Radiocoms, discusses his career in the two-way radio industry

How do you spend most of your time at work?The great thing about Radiocoms is the variety, in terms of both clients and technology. Most of my time is spent analysing requirements and ...

Hytera bodycams: record, review, react

(Advertorial) See everything, miss nothing

Modern bodycams are smaller, lighter and increasingly sophisticated in the type of features they now support including; full HD video quality, infrared, night vision, integration with wearable equipment and even the ability to stream live ...

Business radio: the beginner's guide

If you have yet to use two-way radios and are looking for something to help you get started, Sam Fenwick's revised and updated guide is a good place to start

Many organisations use two-way radios for quick, simple and reliable communications between their employees. But why continue to ...


Connexin: from medicine to smart cities

Philip Mason talks to Connexin founder and CEO Furqan Alamgir about the future of the Internet of Things (IoT), and his belief that the technology industry itself might just be the element holding up a widespread roll-out of IoT

In January, Land Mobile reported on a series of awards ...

Enterprise Mobility Management: trends and challenges

As the shift to mobile continues, managing devices – as well as their applications and the data that flows through them – is becoming increasingly important. Sam Fenwick looks at some of the issues around EMM and mobile security, and how to procure the right EMM solution

Enterprise ...

How to buy body-worn cameras

Body-worn cameras offer more functionality, durability and connectivity than ever. But these days it’s not just about the camera, or indeed the emergency services market, as Vaughan O’Grady discovers

Body-worn cameras (BWCs) have come a long way in a short time – from simple record-only ...

60 seconds with Nimans' Gary Redshaw

Nimans' Gary Redshaw discusses his time in the two-way radio industry

How do you spend most of your time at work?I manage stock levels, give advice and drive awareness of radio communications to staff and customers.What’s the one gadget – other than two way radio – that you can’t live ...

60 seconds with Land Mobile's Sam Fenwick

Sam Fenwick, Land Mobile's editor, discusses what it's like covering the wireless comms industry

How do you spend most of your time at work?Interviewing people, attending events, scribbling frantically in short-hand, and typing furiously. That and trying to juggle many things at ...

Land Mobile: The early years

Looking at the first few issues of Land Mobile, founding editor Richard Lambley discusses how different the wireless comms industry was back in those days

Twenty-five years? Really, that doesn’t sound so very long. Yet 1993 was in many ways a watershed year in communications, and Land ...

Telecoms in the 1990s and 2000s

Richard Lambley speaks to Sam Fenwick about the telecommunication industry’s earlier years and some of the highlights from his time as editor of Land Mobile

While his insight piece does an excellent job of capturing the state of the wireless communications industry when Land Mobile was ...

How to buy drones

Drones and UAVs are becoming increasingly popular, while also hitting the headlines often for the wrong reasons. Simon Creasey presents the factors companies need to consider when looking to use and procure them

In December last year, the airspace surrounding Gatwick Airport was closed ...

Wireless comms predictions for 2019

With 2018 now in the rearview mirror and with 2019 still (relatively) newborn, Land Mobile has rounded up some of the industry’s predictions for the year ahead

While much of this issue has focused on the past, over these two pages we’ll turn to the future. As has become an industry ...

True partnership, real success

(Advertorial) Motorola Solutions looks back on the year of its 90th anniversary and looks ahead to an interesting and challenging 2019.

2018: a milestone yearThis year we celebrated Motorola Solutions’ 90th anniversary! So much has happened since we began life in 1928 as a startup ...

60 seconds with Tait Communications' Richard Russell

Richard Russell, Tait Communications' business development manager UK & Ireland, discusses his work and his career in two-way radio

How do you spend most of your time at work?I really enjoy engaging with clients to better understand their communication challenges. I also work closely ...

Mobile working: what you need to know

Workforces can now fill in forms and share them using mobile devices, which can eliminate the potential for error and improve effectiveness in the field. But, as Vaughan O’Grady finds out, the transition to cloud-supported mobile form apps requires careful planning

Here’s a problem that ...
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