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Cyber security: Assessing the evolving threat landscape

What are the major threats in wireless cyber security today and how can they be overcome? By Kate O’Flaherty

In an age of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks, security awareness among businesses is growing. Indeed, the sheer scale of the WannaCry ransomware that ...

Lost in transition

Iain Ivory speaks to Sam Fenwick about the issues surrounding the transition from PMR to mission-critical broadband

One of the best people to speak with, on the sidelines of critical communications events, to get a feel for what’s really going on is Iain Ivory. ...

In the market for… lone worker protection

The need to protect employees from all walks of life when they are working alone has given rise to a variety of products and systems that can be tailored to their needs. Sam Fenwick reports

Employers have a duty of care to their employees. That extends to when they ...

The information super-fairway

Sam Fenwick delves into the use of Wi-Fi at the Ryder Cup and hears from John Dundas about the communications used at the European Championships in Glasgow

In prehistoric times, we placed our hands on cave walls and blew pigment on them to say ‘we were here’. In ...

The truth will out

Philip Mason explores how vehicle telematics are being used to prevent fraud, and even bring dangerously negligent drivers to justice

As readers of Land Mobile magazine will know, the use of telematics is now more or less ubiquitous on the part of those in the ...

Back from the East

Iain Clarke, senior vice-president and general manager – Europe, Middle East, North Africa (EMENA) at Motorola Solutions, speaks to Sam Fenwick about some of the biggest trends in the industry and his company’s priorities

Having spent three years managing Motorola ...

Struggling, but fighting back

The retail sector has seen multiple store closures this year, increasing the pressure to innovate through two-way radios, body-worn cameras, RFID and other wireless technologies. Kate O’Flaherty reports

Toys R Us, Maplin, Mothercare and House of Fraser were just a few ...

Further on up the road

With eCall having been legally mandated across the EU earlier this year, Philip Mason explores what needs to happen now to make the technology truly fit for purpose

On 1 April, public safety automotive solution eCall was made mandatory under European law for all new ...

In the market for… small cells

If your employees and customers are struggling to get a signal, small cells are one solution, but what do you have to consider before you deploy them? Sam Fenwick investigates

In-building cellular coverage has gone from a nice-to-have to a must-have. This trend was ...

In the market for… PTT over Cellular platforms

PoC provides two-way radio style services over cellular networks, but there are some key factors that potential customers need to check out before committing, as James Atkinson reports

4G LTE networks are now capable of providing the data speeds and low latency to ...

The UK’s trinity of 5G

Sam Fenwick explores some of the 5G research that is under way in the UK and its many applications, from balancing robots to making music

Last year, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) awarded £16m to the Universities of Surrey, Bristol and ...

In the market for… EMM

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is becoming increasingly important as employers grapple with the implications of an ever more mobile workforce. Simon Creasey looks at the key points to consider when choosing an EMM solution for your organisation

Today, virtually ...

Putting it all together

(Advertorial) Huawei’s recently launched eLTE MCCS solution offers public safety organisations an end-to-end package that allows them to reap the operational benefits unlocked by multimedia and big data, without compromising on mission-critical voice and with easy migration from ...

The data must flow

The connected factory holds much promise for manufacturers, but if its full potential is to be realised, a raft of practical issues need to be considered and resolved, as Sam Fenwick discovers

Steve Johnson, Ruckus’s regional director, Northern Europe, sets the scene: ...

A whole new ballgame

Philip Mason examines the rapidly developing use-case for 5G deployed during large events, as well as how digital comms are currently revolutionising elite sport, both on the training ground and the playing field.

This summer will likely be remembered above all for ...

Galileo: a fix on the future

Advanced navigation satellites will support a mass of new and improved applications on land, sea and in the air. Richard Lambley reports

Since the beginning of last month, rules require all new cars and light vans sold in Europe to be equipped for eCall – a free ...

Keeping the wheels turning

(Advertorial) Whether your requirement is for wide area communications or in-building lone worker protection, TASSTA has you covered

Three of the industries that are most in need of wide area coverage are public transport road haulage and parcel delivery. Kaveh ...

5G: Almost here

This year’s Mobile World Congress allowed the telecoms industry to display all the hard work that has gone on behind the scenes to get us to the point where 5G roll-out is just around the corner. Sam Fenwick reports

Last year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) focused on ...

All together now

Philip Mason takes a trip to Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service to discover how its new, fully digital comms-enabled mobile command unit is helping to unify response to major incidents

UK emergency services are currently going through unprecedented levels of ...

In the market for... mobile data terminals

Mobile data terminals can greatly improve the efficiency of vehicle-based operations. But, asks Vaughan O’Grady, do you need high-performance software and hardware – or can a modest outlay serve your needs just as well?

Mobile data terminals (MDTs) – computerised ...

A digital approach for better coverage

Ingo Flomer, coverage product director at Cobham Wireless, discusses the benefits of using digital DAS to provide coverage in large venues and outdoor areas

Efficiently distributing network capacity resources to their customers is arguably the most important factor ...

Digital underground

Philip Mason digs into the communications technology currently being used by mining companies to maximise profits and keep their workers safe.

While perhaps not regarded as ‘mission critical’ in the same way as more public-facing sectors such as community safety or ...

The big interview: cutting out cable

Jaime Fink, CTO and co-founder of Mimosa Networks, speaks to Sam Fenwick about the growing fixed wireless access market and the pitfalls of trying to use complex user equipment to allow self-installation.

Last year saw fixed wireless access (FWA) move firmly into the ...

Spectrum: learning to share

Spectrum’s growing scarcity has led to increased interest in both database-managed services and the use of unlicensed spectrum. Sam Fenwick looks at the current state of play

Spectrum is like land in the world of real estate: everyone wants it, but nobody can make ...

Freedom from vendor lock-in

(Advertisement feature) Over the past five years, TASSTA and its partners have worked hard to allow users to expand their radio systems’ range of features and enable them to look beyond a single hardware vendor

If you’re constantly looking to get the most from an ...
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