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    A clear division has traditionally existed in enterprise communications: There are cellular device users (workers who need smartphones and other multifunctional endpoints for front-office multitasking), and there are the two-way radio users (those who need rugged handheld devices that do one thing really well – provide crystal-clear audio in often loud operational settings). In a previous blog series, we borrowed phrasing from Motorola and referred to these facets as the “carpeted” and “concrete” sides of business. But as we also pointed out, this very clear-cut divide is beginning to dissolve as more enterprises move toward unified communications. In fact, for the first time ever, there’s precedent for a handheld, mobile communication device…

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    National Drone Flight Certificate Enables Demonstration of UAV Solutions for Firefighting, Law Enforcement and Search & Rescue

    « All News September 24, 2018 Gap Wireless has received a national Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) from Transport Canada, enabling the company to demonstrate drones at industry and customer events across the country. Enterprise-grade drones stocked and distributed by Gap Wireless are increasingly used in Public Safety applications such as firefighting, law enforcement, and Search & Rescue. Sam Poulos, Chief Pilot at Gap Wireless, was instrumental in Gap Wireless being awarded the SFOC certificate, expanding authorization beyond the company’s previous Ontario certificate. All companies operating commercial-level drones must have their SFOC designation in order to fly drones in Canada. Poulos will demonstrate drones and sensors in flight at two…

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    Day Wireless Systems, one of the largest and most experienced communication technology providers on the West Coast, has officially joined the Zonar Partner Network. This makes us only the third authorized reseller of Zonar’s newly created channel program – and the timing couldn’t be better. The global telematics market is projected to be worth more than $233 billion by 2022, according to research from Netscribes. Unsurprisingly, fleet vehicles are expected to drive the lion’s share of these gains, as organizations attempt to use technology to improve the efficiency and safety of their drivers and assets. As an authorized reseller of Zonar’s telematics products, Day Wireless is now in a strong position to support its customers as they…

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    The Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review (FTIR): second impressions

    Share Our first blog on the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport’s Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review (FTIR) made some general points on its admirable aims of full fibre connectivity and high-quality (mainly 5G) mobile connectivity where people live, work and travel. Now Real Wireless CTO Simon Fletcher considers some specific areas addressed in the review, discussing certain comments made within it. That ‘the UK must become the easiest and the most attractive place to invest in new digital infrastructure’ is a genuinely great aspiration. However, it needs to be qualified. We need to establish best practice such that these approaches are portable to new markets. UK5G (in which Real…

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    Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) now have a big advantage in thermal imaging with the availability of advanced thermal imaging cameras from FLIR Systems for small commercial drone applications. The line-up of FLIR sUAS thermal imaging cameras combines compact design with a high level of functionality for professional use. FLIR is a global leader in the design and production of thermal imaging cameras, components, and imaging sensors, and is noted for taking innovation to a new level with sensor systems that enhance perception and heighten awareness. The Oregon-based company is the world’s largest supplier of thermal imaging technology to military, government, and commercial customers. FLIR’s sUAS line-up, available from Gap…

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    Law enforcement is a challenge by its very nature. The work, often dangerous and unpredictable, demands constant physical and mental acuity. In theory, the innate occupational hazards would be offset by optimal operating conditions, but that’s not always the case. According to the results of Motorola’s nationwide survey, law enforcement agencies are struggling to garner the support they need on several fronts: Recruitment and retention. Budgetary issues. Public perception and trust in law enforcement.   These issues are not altogether new. Budgetary constraints have represented an ongoing issue for law enforcement agencies all over the country. Anyone who even casually follows the news, meanwhile, is already aware of the high-profile events…

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    Connected Commercial Property – Real Wireless

    Real Wireless COO Oliver Bosshard considers some of the options open to today’s commercial property owners. Most modern building owners know that mobile coverage is now a selling point: not just broadband but reliable, good quality wireless. But bringing together commercial property and good, reasonably priced wireless coverage is trickier than it may look. Of course our role is to take on tricky questions, although this one has been around for quite a while. After all, since the very first digital cellular network deployed, office workers have been hanging around near (or leaning out of) windows in the hope of getting an acceptable signal. However, as more cellular connectivity has become available…

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    « All News November 1, 2018 When Public Safety communications professionals gather in Montreal for the APCO Canada 2018 Conference and Tradeshow, Gap Wireless will be there to showcase the latest technology available to support the Public Safety Sector. The event, to be held November 5th through 8th at Le Centre Sheraton, will attract personnel from 9-1-1, fire and emergency medical services, emergency management, disaster planning, and federal search and rescue who are involved in supplying, installing, and operating Emergency Communications Systems across Canada. With over 500 members across the country, The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials Canada, Inc. – APCO Canada – serves as the voice of front-line professionals…

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    The first round of the nation’s first-ever millimeter wave spectrum auction is over, and the results are in: Bidders placed more than 2,000 total provisionally winning bids, while around 1,000 licenses did not receive bids. The total amount that all bidders pledged to spend on spectrum licenses, at least at the conclusion of the first round, is $36,428,510. Licenses in Honolulu generated the highest bids at $810,000 each. Other locations that generated large bids in the auction included Kern, California ($714,000); Hildalgo, Texas ($659,000); Brevard, Florida ($462,000); Lancaster, Philadelphia ($442,000); and Volusia, Florida ($420,000). FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER Like this story? Subscribe to FierceWireless! The Wireless industry is an ever-changing world where big ideas come…

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    Video surveillance is on the brink of permanent transformation. Legacy CCTV systems were static and singular in their functionality, but today’s IP-based surveillance systems are mobile and multi-faceted. Wireless networking technology has made camera systems more resilient to network downtime. Digitization has expanded our definition of “real-time video surveillance.” Advanced video analytics can autonomously understand key events captured on camera and immediately notify the appropriate staff through digital communication channels. This sea of change indicates a shift from passive to active surveillance. Yesteryear’s brainless systems are evolving into real-time, always-on surveillance and alarm networks. They can interpret events of significance and, if necessary, alert appropriate authorities and personnel. From an…

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