Each February, the Munich Security Conference brings together more than 450 high profile decision-makers from around the world. Professional communications are key to the security of the event.
Bahrain Grand Prix, officially known as the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix is a Formula One Championship race in Bahrain. Professional communications support the security of this event – an Airbus system has been in use ever since the first race in 2004.
The Abu Dhabi Formula One races are massive public events, a fact which alone causes many requirements for security. Thanks to professional communications, their staff is in a good position to protect the expected 50,000 visitors during these three day events.
With Formula 1 race car drivers hitting speeds of 360 kilometers an hour -achieving acceleration of more than 5G, or five times the force of the earth's gravity - perhaps it's no surprise that crashes were once part of the scene at Grand Prix races.
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.
Sweden's nationwide public safety network Rakel helped secure the World Ski Championships in Falun, Sweden in 2015. Authorities and event organizers communicated over the Rakel network. Their seamless cooperation helped ensure that the athletes and sports fans enjoyed a safe, well-organized sports event.
Asia's biggest TETRA network helped secure the Beijing Games in 2008.