The Army is setting up a three-day event to gather feedback from soldiers on the performance of its next generation battle command system.
A public safety team in Richmond, Va., set off on a two-year quest to shorten the time between when alarm companies contact emergency services and when help is dispatched.
The state's IP Next Generation 911 network will not be fully up and running until well beyond the original 18-month timetable, pointing up the need to set realistic goals in pioneering tech programs.
Alabama's Next Generation 911 system will be one of the first in the nation to move all of the state's 911 traffic to an IP network, opening the door for advanced text, video and data services.
FCC approves technical rules and directs its Office of Engineering and Technology to begin equipment certification process for the nationwide public safety broadband network.
Seattle's collaboration with the FBI and a DHS fusion center helped thwart attacks from China, but that kind of information sharing doesn't happen enough, a new report says.
IBM researchers are working with the Florida city to develop an application that detects patterns and activities from a variety of data sources.
Location-based wireless services are in high demand, especially in public safety, but getting an accurate fix on mobile devices remains a challenge.
The Homeland Security Information Network was in danger of cancellation until refocused project management enabled the launch of a more secure platform for sharing sensitive information across federal, state and local agencies, as well as the private sector.
The city of Richmond, Va., and its partners developed the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol that offers a better way to deliver information from alarm monitoring companies to emergency operators.