Happy Holidays! Here is a summary of the most popular, most attractive contents on the Airbus / Secure Land Communications website. As a bonus, you will learn about the most popular webinar this year.
Mission critical push-to-talk or MCPTT, is a familiar concept in radio communications. It means that you push a button and can instantly talk to your whole team or group. Mission critical broadband enables MCPTT in smart devices, too. Here are answers to the top questions people ask about mission critical PTT.
One of the main aims in sustainability is to use resources wisely. In this short video, there are seven examples of sustainable, eco-friendly structures. And I think number 5 will surprise you.
Organizations are increasingly looking at professional apps and the Covid-19 pandemic has forced them to create new ways of working – these two findings are from the Airbus mobile apps survey in 2021. How can professional apps improve an organization’s operational efficiency, safety, and security?
Are you confused by the terms and abbreviations in broadband communications and IT? Learn these 54 terms and you will be smarter about the broadband future.
Strong PTT services are advanced, intelligent push-to-talk services that can be connected to IT systems and sensors. Of course, they allow users to talk, and also share images, video, and location information. Sounds like a great solution – but how can it save money for your organization?
Airbus arranged five webinars about mission critical push-to-talk in the autumn of 2020 and another five webinars in 2021. For me, as the host for the webinars, three things really blew my mind!
Is your organization making the move to Industry 4.0? Would you like to improve processes without big, upfront investments? And of course, with minimum downtime? If so, this may come as a surprise – advanced push-to-talk services can be integrated into your IT systems. And they can help improve your business. These 9 super useful tips tell you how.
Think about event security at a football match, for example. How would things be if the people responsible for security could use seamless, mission critical communications? What if different communication technologies could actually work together? What if the people event staff could enjoy a smooth mission critical user experience? …That time may be closer than you think.
Public safety organizations and many other professionals need to communicate when coordinating operations and tasks. Communication is critical to react and respond effectively. These professionals need mission critical communications, and such communications must meet three requirements.