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The growing use of mobile broadband, AI and IoT is transforming the way control rooms work. This requires operators to learn new skills, and organisations to think carefully about how to manage a tidal-wave of change

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South Korea to create AI ‘disaster response platform’

The Seoul Metropolitan Government has announced plans to use artificial intelligence and big data to build a digital platform to support on-site response in so-called ‘disaster scenarios’.

SMG said it will initially seek to create the ‘Seoul 119 Big Data Centre’ to ...

Italian video security acquisition for Motorola

Motorola Solutions has announced it has acquired Italian-based ruggedized video security solutions Videotec.

According to the company, the acquisition complements Motorola Solutions’ line of fixed video cameras by expanding its portfolio to incorporate Videotec’s ...

Nokia launches ASTaR cybersecurity lab

Nokia has announced the opening of its Advanced Security Testing and Research (ASTaR) lab in Dallas, Texas, which it claims is the first end-to-end 5G testing lab in the US focused solely on cybersecurity.

Solely dedicated to security forensics and research, the ...

BT and Toshiba to trial EY’s ‘quantum secure’ network

BT has announced an expansion of its partnership with Toshiba to launch the first commercial trial of a quantum-secured network to connect two sites in London.

The test of quantum key distribution (QKD) will be run by professional services group EY over BT's ...

Bharti Airtel aims for 5G-connected ambulances

Indian telecoms giant Bharti Airtel has announced it has collaborated with Apollo Hospitals and Cisco to demonstrate the potential of 5G-connected ambulances to support patient care during transit to medical facilities.

The trio’s ‘5G Connected Ambulance’ ...

In-Depth

Healthcare comms new world

The use of wireless communications in the healthcare sector is proliferating in many different areas, including an ever-expanding range of wearable devices, however, it is deep body implant sensor technology that really represents the cutting edge.

There are many ...

Safety on the shop floor

Retailers are facing rising levels of theft, violence and abusive behaviour from the public - body worn video cameras can mitigate the problem, as well as help to increase efficiency and productivity.

More and more retailers in the UK are issuing staff with ...

Jason Johur Big Interview

Philip Mason talks to Ericsson strategy and market development director Jason Johur about the opportunities created by mission-critical organisations’ increasing use of broadband

The Big Interview section across the past couple of issues of Land Mobile has ...

Supply chain wireless tech

The impact of the pandemic and Brexit has caused considerable disruption to delivery of goods in the UK, prompting some transport and logistics businesses to accelerate investment in wireless technology

The UK transport and logistics (T&L) sector has experienced a ...

Next Generation 999 evolution

As the ‘Next Generation 999’ concept is becoming increasingly important to the public safety call-handling conversation Philip Mason speaks to some of the major players facilitating the use of broadband data to contact the emergency services.

Public safety ...

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