The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) required a secure mobile device and backend system which would enable teams to efficiently and securely share critical imagery and text data live from crash and other investigation sites – often in very remote areas. The ATSB wanted to build upon their existing system, scaling up with a solution that incorporated both devices and best in network security. Flexibility was also important, as ATSB recognised the importance of a device that could be used by employees outside of work, without compromising on security.
With thousands of people on campus at any one time, security is one of the top priorities for this leading institution. In addition to the neighbouring business park and train station, the university also borders a major shopping precinct and motorway, heightening challenges not only for the campus, but also for areas bordering and impacting upon the university. Download whitepaper »
Since 2001, a number of tragic incidents at domestic US military facilities have shown that emergencies do not occur in “silos.” Real-time communications among all the actors are essential to effectively resolve the situation with the least loss of life and property. Download whitepaper »