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Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service Choose FirePass® 1000 to reduce operational costs and improve connectivity...
As part of the Government’s drive to reform public services, The Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) is making wide-scale use of geographical information systems...
Focusing on accessories, this month The BAPCO Journal takes a closer look at a selection of earpieces and handsfree microphones that are currently available...
By Jim Sinisgalli, Product Manager, Princeton Softech
The management of Athens’ Olympic Stadium has chosen Sepura TETRA hand-helds for its communications. This prestigious contract was won in conjunction with ANCO, one of Sepura’s authorised distributors for Greece. Sepura’s award winning SRP2000 hand-helds will operate on the 400-430 MHz frequency band and will be used by the stadium’s security and administrative personnel. The majority of radio communications throughout
HRH The Earl of Wessex will officially open a rare conference of the world's leading map makers in Southampton next month. He will meet delegates from mapping organizations meeting at Ordnance Survey's head office.
Memex Technology, a world leader in intelligence management software, has announced it has formed exclusive partnership agreements with leading global trading partner, The Kramer Group in South Africa and Eden Technology, a privately held software company in Australia.This alliance enables Memex to introduce its world leading intelligence software to new geographies and gives both companies an outlet in the UK for their own software.
Selenia Communications, Christchurch, a Finmeccanica company, has been awarded a contract by the UK MoD to supply the Joint Integrated Electronic Warfare Management System (JIEWMS).
Out of hours GP service provider Northern Doctors Urgent Care (NDUC) has been the first provider of their kind in the UK to implement a new multiple call recording solution.
Winkelmann, has recently won an order from Brussels as a result of its participation in a Public Security Equipment Exhibition organised by APPSS and UK Trade & Investment, the Government organisation that provides support services for UK companies trading overseas.
Harris Corporation a global supplier of wireless equipment and services, has announced an agreement with Danimex, a global distributor of communications systems. Danimex will supply Harris microwave radios for projects in Scandinavia used for Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) networks worldwide. This announcement underscores Harris' commitment to growing its distribution channel and customer base in Europe. The agreement includes Harris' TRuepoint family of nextgeneration digital point-to-point radios, which are ideal for public safety networks with their stringent performance and availability requirements. TRuepoint provides robust and flexible options for cost-effective microwave backhaul of both voice and high-speed data traffic from TETRA networks, assuring communications between fire departments, hospitals and other emergency service providers.
Unisys has announced the first three UK police forces to select its multimedia management solution (M3). The M3 solution will enable Grampian Police,
Selenia Communications has recently completed the installation of Naval Afloat
CPC has won a major contract with SunGard Vivista, to supply innovative, tailormade products to support general marketing, special promotions and high quality solutions for presenting tenders.
Lothian and Borders Police has commissioned Hyder Consulting to review the production of management information from the Force Communications Centre. The audit is to consider resource availability, skills and training and the methodology used to specify and create reports. It will also consider the effectiveness of the reporting tools and the backup and archiving policies and processes. Commenting, Alan Thomson, Lothian and Borders Communications Manager said, “This is an important piece of work for us in validating the tools and processes used to gather our call statistics and the functions that we measure.”
A cheque for £5029 was presented to Kate Puc, Fund Raiser at Francis House by Susan Park-Hatton and Andrew Norton last month. The money, raised during the Gala Dinner at the annual BAPCO conference earlier this year, will help fund the hospice for children who are unlikely to reach adult life. Francis House costs over £1.6m per year to run, of which virtually all is raised through donations and fund raising activities such as the generosity as shown by BAPCO members.
Following the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, Datawatch explains to The BAPCO Journal about its aim is to provide a solution which helps public bodies to meet their responsibilities for working closely with the emergency services and other agencies
By Chris Boorman, VP marketing EMEA, VERITAS Software
Steria and the Police Service of Northern Ireland work together to transform the use of IT within the service...
PageOne messaging solution helps Oxfordshire & Staffordshire Ambulance Services cut response times…
Motorola took pole position and showcased WAP enabled data transfer and new broadband video capabilities during TT Race Week last month...
Michael Meissner, Vice President Communications, EADS Deutschland GmbH, Defence and Communications Systems, talks about the EADS contract to provide an integrated system for the security of the Romanian State Border...