PSCR launches Haptic Interfaces for Public Safety Challenge
2019-03-24 20:00:00
Hytera Mobilfunk’s Bernhard Klinger becomes PMeV’s executive chairman; Motorola Solutions’ new CTO, Bolivia: DAMM TETRA system to provide comms for Cochabamba’s tram line; Sepura sells 45K TETRA terminals via UK’s National Police ICT Framework, including 32K from the Metropolitan Police Service

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TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   PSCR launches Haptic Interfaces for Public Safety Challenge
 
NIST’s Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) division launched a Haptic Interfaces for Public Safety Challenge on 18 March, which will award up to $425,000 to the winning teams....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   Hytera Mobilfunk’s Bernhard Klinger becomes PMeV’s executive chairman
 
Bernhard Klinger, Hytera Mobilfunk’s vice president of business development, was elected to the role of PMeV – Network for Secure Communications executive chairman by the organisation’s general assembly on 27 February. PMeV is the German Federal Association of Professional Mobile Radio....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   Motorola Solutions’ new CTO
 
Dr. Mahesh Saptharishi, previously chief technology officer (CTO) for Avigilon (a Motorola Solutions subsidiary specialising in video analytics, network video management software and hardware), has become Motorola Solutions’ new CTO....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   Bolivia: DAMM TETRA system to provide comms for Cochabamba’s tram lines
 
ErvoCom, a DAMM systems partner, is using DAMM TetraFlex TETRA network infrastructure as part of its communication solution for the complete city tram lines in Cochabamba, Bolivia. The tram line will link the municipalities of Sacaba, Cercado, Colcapirua, Quillacollo, Vinto and Sipe Sipe in the Department of Cochabamba, providing transport services to more than one million people....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   Sepura sells 45K TETRA terminals via UK’s National Police ICT Framework, including 32K from the Metropolitan Police Service
 
Sepura has sold 45,000 TETRA radio terminals to UK public safety organisations since the introduction of the national Police ICT framework in November 2018, with the largest single order amounting to more than 32,000 hand portable and mobile terminals coming from the Metropolitan Police Service....
 
 
 
 
 
 
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