With the Federal Communications Commission's approval of the first initial commercial deployments for Citizens Broadband Radio Service, federal spectrum managers are pointing to the new arrangement as a model for things to come.
A decision tree algorithm predicts the final size of a blaze using climate data, crucial details about atmospheric conditions and the types of vegetation present around the starting point of a fire.
With a cloud-based, interoperable emergency response system, dispatchers can better analyze location data to deliver immediate, life-saving aid.
The Regional Information Sharing Portal acts as a data collection platform and a source of information for responder agencies.
Public and private sector organizations are turning to the developer community to deliver creative solutions to public safety challenges.
The FirstNet Board signed off on investments to upgrade the network core to enable 5G network capabilities and increase and optimize the fleet of deployable communication assets.
The Department of Health and Human Services built a recurrent neural network to help procurement staff make determinations on inherently governmental functions.
A new self-contained communications environment for emergency medical responders aims to improve situational awareness and real-time triage.
The $1 billion, enterprisewide, seven-year contract for cloud and professional services will tap multiple providers, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google and Oracle as well as more niche software- and platform-as-a-service offerings.
With instant mobile notifications, personalization and text-to-landline services, SMS texting provides a modern communications tool communities can leverage when disaster or emergency strikes.