Motorola Offers Details on Apps, Services for FirstNet through AT&T

Motorola Solutions announced it will provide mobile apps, software and services for the First Responder Network Authority network as part of its role on the AT&T team selected by the U.S. government to deliver the U.S. nationwide public-safety broadband network. The company will also deliver a suite of mobile apps, such as mapping and messaging, built for the unique needs of public safety.

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New Technology Could Offer a ‘High-Speed Internet Lane’ for First Responders

Researchers at the Rochester Institute of Technology are developing a “high-speed Internet lane” they hope will ease the flow of information during disasters and prevent the congestion that can delay transmission of key data quickly. Multi-Node Label Routing protocol boasts a failover mechanism that chooses an alternate path if a failure of a link or node is detected. The new protocol can run below existing protocols and run without disruption.

http://www.govtech.com/em/disaster/New-Technology-Could-Offer-a-High-Speed-Internet-Lane-.html

ATIS Releases Smart Cities Technology Road Map

The 5G network, augmented reality, machine learning and other innovations are delivering options to rapidly advance the power of smart cities technology. The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions released “Smart Cities Technology Roadmap” to help city planners know what’s on the horizon so that they can start developing technology visions. The road map is the first industry publication for city decision-makers that provides an overview of the network-enabled technologies to have the greatest impact on the evolving smart city. The goal is to foster better budgeting, purchasing and staging decisions.

ATIS Releases Smart Cities Technology Road Map