Critical Communication for Firefighters

When it comes to the public fire brigades’ services, the equipment used is generally governed by a set of national regulatory and operational requirements that vary slightly between countries. However, it’s also important that the private fire crews within airports,…

Infra-Red Detection Averts Fire at Waste Recycling Plant

The vital role that infra-red transit heat sensors can play in protecting waste management sites from the threat of fire has been illustrated by an incident at a dry mixed recycling (DMR) plant. The nature of waste recycling means that…

Is Mission Critical Communications Stuck in 1912?

It’s time for public authorities and first responders to use 21st-century technology to work smarter and better. Anatoli Levine, Director, Products & Standards at MCC enabler Softil delves into the subject The ability to instantaneously talk to a group of…

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