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PMR a ‘fundamental prerequisite for UK economy’, says FCS

Wireless editor James Atkinson reports from the Federation of Communication Services Business Radio Event, which aimed to provide attendees with a view of how the sector is developing

18 Nov 2014 11:07 PM

Axell Wireless founder and CEO Ian Brown announces departure

Following the acquisition of Axell by Cobham Ian Brown is ready to move on to new opportunities he explains to Wireless editor James Atkinson

16 Oct 2014 12:52 PM

Motorola Solutions highlights importance of apps for PMR

TETRA and Mototrbo application developers gain new insights into how apps can expand the role of PMR into the world of new communications technology at Motorola Solutions’ Radio AppForum 2014 in Brussels

29 Sep 2014 04:10 PM

IoT security must be fixed for the long term says Beecham Report

New study from Beecham Research underlines how security needs urgent attention all the way up the IoT stack from IP and silicon vendors to OEMs, system integrators and application providers if the Internet of Things is to succeed

16 Sep 2014 06:01 PM

Marine leisure market embraces wireless connectivity

The leisure marine communications and electronics market is seeing plenty of activity with the integration of different technologies and the advent of on-board wireless connectivity among the key changes affecting the sector, as James Atkinson discovers

15 Sep 2014 03:00 PM

Wi-Fi boosts safety for ships at anchor

Piracy at sea captures the headlines, but ships can be equally vulnerable to attack in anchorages. Dr Dave Sloggett explores the potential of Wi-Fi to help secure ships at anchor from piracy

15 Sep 2014 12:30 PM

The challenges ahead for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things envisages a world of uniquely identifiable connected devices talking to each other within the existing internet. However, we are still some way off achieving this vision, as James Atkinson finds out

15 Sep 2014 12:25 PM

M2M looks beyond efficiency to revenue generation

M2M is expanding into new sectors and is increasingly being used for external applications to generate new revenues, as well as internally to improve business efficiency, finds Kate O’Flaherty

15 Sep 2014 12:17 PM

Smart city or smarter city?

To be truly smart, Smart Cities need to take a more holistic and collaborative approach to implementing different M2M/IoT applications using open platforms rather than developing isolated smart services, argues Ben Peters, VP of Product Development, Neul

15 Sep 2014 12:11 PM

Paving the way to the Internet of Things

Machine-to-Machine communications, which address vertical applications, are quickly evolving into the Internet of Things, where devices exchange information with each other, explain Herbert Blaser and Carl Fenger of u-blox

15 Sep 2014 11:55 AM

Public safety communications technology advances globally

As countries look to introduce broadband data for their public safety organisations using either shared, hybrid or dedicated networks, it is vital that end-to-end security is built in from the start, writes George Rice, executive director, the Industry Council for Emergency Response Technologies

15 Sep 2014 11:41 AM

Faster than a speeding bullet

UK rail travellers have been promised improved Wi-Fi services on trains, but Paul Carr, managing director of industrial connectors specialist Electroustic, believes there are significant obstacles to overcome first

15 Sep 2014 11:29 AM

Wi-Fi can generate revenue and enhance the retail experience

Wi-Fi is critical for retail analysis and helping operators offload 3G/4G mobile data, argues Robin Kent, director of European operations at Adax

11 Sep 2014 04:05 PM

Keeping it real-time on the buses

London Buses is using a range of wireless technologies to connect with its drivers and provide live location information to its control centre, its bus operators and its passengers, and there’s more to come. James Atkinson finds out

31 Jul 2014 08:00 AM

Advanced radar: the car industry’s autonomous future

Radar chip technology is enabling advanced driver safety solutions that will pave the way for autonomous cars, reports Kate O’Flaherty

30 Jul 2014 02:30 PM

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