The VIRVE network is in shared used by a wide variety of organizations:
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.
Resilient communication networks keep public safety agencies in touch despite power disruptions and extreme rain.
Reliable, instant communications over the Belgian ASTRID network played a major role in 2011, when a joint operation targeted the cross border drugs traffic between Belgium and the Netherlands.
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.
A large number of public safety agencies benefit from sharing the TETRA communication network in Hungary.
The ASTRID network in Belgium serves the local police forces, federal police, fire services, ambulance services, civil defence, state security police and customs.
The BOS Digital Radio Network is a nationwide, shared network for all security authorities and organisations in Germany. The network is the largest TETRA network in the world.