Chorus Intelligence, a provider of data cleansing and analysis software to law enforcement, has announced that its Analyser and Investigator solutions are now available to all police forces and law enforcement agencies via the Microsoft Azure cloud. With secure access to critical data via the cloud, forces will be able to access Chorus’ tools that... Read more »
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The Government has announced the formation of a new joint unit, NHSX, which will be created to bring the benefits of modern technology to every patient and clinician. NHSX will combine the best talent from government, the NHS and industry with the aim of creating the most advanced health and care service in the world to diagnose... Read more »
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Sepura has achieved a significant milestone in selling 45,000 TETRA radio terminals to UK public safety organisations since the introduction of the national Police ICT framework, in November 2018. The framework has reduced the burden of the procurement process for UK police forces by providing a nationally coordinated approach, benefitting Airwave user organisations through greater... Read more »
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Kent Fire and Rescue Service is one of two fire and rescue services in the UK now carrying escape hoods to protect members of the public from toxic smoke at fires. The introduction of the new kit comes as a result of collaborative working with London Fire Brigade, who’ve also issued the hoods to their... Read more »
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Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service is transforming life for firefighters on the frontline by equipping them with Panasonic rugged Toughpad tablets to access vital information during operations. The service has deployed 13in Panasonic Toughbook CF-D1 tablets in the front cabs of its fire appliances. These Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs) are permanently mounted in the front... Read more »
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