The government organizations that buy communications equipment for civilian emergency services have historically failed to consider a vital requirement: the ability to talk to other systems doing the same job. With many different systems in use around the world—even within some countries—civilian first responders, police and government authorities, and military units working together in emergencies often cannot talk with each other, much less transmit and download situational data, due to ...


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