Healthcare

In a sector in which seconds can mean the difference between life and death, wireless comms have a crucial role to play, especially now that footage from ambulances can be streamed back to hospitals, aiding in diagnosis and helping staff 

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West Midlands trials bowel cancer detection tool

West Midlands 5G has announced the launch of a collaborative trial which will see patients use a 5G-connected device at home to detect if they could have bowel cancer.

The device, developed alongside NHS Arden, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire University ...

Liverpool 5G Create installs AI-assisted tech for preventing falls

Liverpool 5G Create has installed the first artificial intelligence-led (AI) technology to reduce falls among residents in two of the region’s care homes.

The health, social care and education project, which runs until March 2022, has begun two care home use cases ...

Virgin Media 02 takes flight with 5G rescue drones

Swiss drone company Fotokite has announced a new partnership with Virgin Media O2 to test 5G-enabled, tethered drones for use with emergency services.

The simulated rescue trials, which VMO2 claimed are the first ever in the UK, saw the tethered Fotokite Sigma system ...

First commercial narrowband IoT-over-satellite launched

Satellite-to-Earth communications software specialist Inmarsat has announced a partnership with California-based Skylo to develop what it claims will be the “world's first commercial narrowband Internet of Things(IoT)-over-satellite solution”.

The deal will pair ...

Free access on trial for 5G mesh network in Liverpool

Liverpool 5G Create has unveiled plans to offer residents of Kensington in Liverpool free access to its 5G mesh network, which it claims is the largest of its kind in Europe.

The health, social care and education project, which runs until March 2022, has built its own ...

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No one left behind

Philip Mason talks to chair of The Scotland 5G Centre Julie Snell about the organisation’s mission to enable broadband across the country, including its most remote communities

As readers of Land Mobile will be aware, the increasing use of broadband for business ...

Stopping COVID-19 transmission

The global pandemic has prompted the development of a variety of communications solutions intended to help maintain the health of those in the workplace. Vaughan O’Grady investigates.

Communications vendors have made a variety of valuable contributions during the ...

Indoor coverage: the struggle

In-building coverage is increasingly becoming essential to developers, property managers and occupants – but providing it is a complex business, as Simon Creasey discovers

As recently as three years ago it would be unusual for an office occupier to want to speak to ...

Private networks vs slicing

Private mobile broadband networks that leverage shared and licence-exempt spectrum have big appeal for firms that handle sensitive data, but where will the spectrum come from, and could the fledgling industry be crushed once 5G network slicing comes into its own? Sam Fenwick ...

Hytera's bodycams

(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 ...

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