The VIRVE network is in shared used by a wide variety of organizations:
Barents Rescue is an international rescue exercise between the countries in the Barents region. One clever solution lets authorities from different countries communicate and coordinate with each other easily. It was tested during the exercise and it also works in a real emergency.
Dubai Government has set up a secure, shared radio communication system for critical public safety and private organizations. The organizations share the use of the network, and their privacy and security for the organizations is ensured.
South Tyrol, one of Italy’s most mountainous areas benefits from a secure communications system provided by Airbus.
Safeguarding hundreds of thousands of spectators and nearly 1,200 motorcycles at the start of the Enduropale motorcycle race is a big security challenge. In this challenge, the SDIS 62 fire brigade in le Touquet, France benefited from new communication solutions.
The Czech public safety organisations rely on the nationwide Pegas network in their daily duties. This network has been in operation since the year 2000.
INPT is the nationwide radio communications network in shared use by a large number of organizations: French police Fire brigades Emergency healthcare services Customs Defense forces on the national territory Mobile gendarmerie Prefectorial authorities Penitentiary administration for prisoner transfers.
EDTN is Estonia's nationwide public safety network and its users include the police, border guards, rescue services, and other organisations responsible for public safety.