In today’s fast-paced world, seamless communication is crucial for businesses and public safety organisations alike. Simoco Wireless Solutions, a leading provider of mission-critical communication systems, has emerged as a trusted name in the Australasia market. With our innovative approach and cutting-edge technology, Simoco has revolutionised wireless communication across various industries. In this blog post, we will explore the key features and benefits of Simoco Wireless Solutions in Australia.
The Australian International Aerospace and Defence Exposition and Air Show
The Australian International Aerospace and Defence Exposition and Air Show is held every two years at Avalon Airport in Melbourne, Victoria, and is the largest civil and military air show in the Australian calendar, with over 250,000 attendees. The air show has grown rapidly over recent years and now features a strong international military presence including aircraft from the Royal Australian Air Force, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Air Force. Representatives from other countries have also appeared at the air show on many occasions, including aircraft from the Royal Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defence Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and many others.
Over the years certain rules have been established to make radio communication go more efficiently. Here are the basic protocols for radio use, this will help you understand and improve your overall experience when using your two-way radio.
I watched a recent video posted to a news network which showed a policeman in the USA discussing with the householder why the parents needed to persuade their daughter to remove inflammatory social media posts. Whilst the content was fascinating from a news perspective, more interesting, (to me anyway), was the fact that the video feed was shot from the in-vehicle CCTV, parked several metres away, but the audio was from the policeman’s vest microphone. The audio was clear, crisp and captured clearly the conversation from all parties gathered near the front door. (more…)
Better Intelligence and Communications are needed to counter current global environmental threats.
The World Economic Forum’s annual risks report has consistently since 2012 highlighted extreme weather, climate action failure and human environmental damage in the top five risks to global habitation. The breakout of the Covid-19 pandemic early in 2020, understandably made it into the top five in 2020’s WEF annual risk report, but despite the impact that the pandemic has wrought across the world, the top three risks are still environmental.
Comms Connect is always a key event for critical communications in the Australasia region. This year due to COVID-19, the show went virtual. Leading professionals from all over Australia and the rest of the World debated where the critical communications industry is heading. Peter Scarlata CEO Simoco Australasia presented on a major talking point in the industry: “Next-generation land mobile radio systems — how does the industry keep radio relevant”, the presentation was very well received by industry peers.
Regular cleaning of your professional mobile radio equipment and accessories during the COVID-19 pandemic
A number of our customers have been asking us about the recommended guidance of cleaning our radios and accessories during the corona virus (COVID-19) outbreak. It is not fully known how long the corona virus lasts on surfaces but recent tests carried out by scientists show it can survive for a minimum of 72 hours, this study was originally published in the preprint database medRxiv on March 11. A revised version was published March 17 in The New England Journal of Medicine. There are some reports of the virus which can survive on plastic or metal surfaces for up to 9 days.
Simoco Wireless Solutions supports local scout Jamboree event Mudbash with professional mobile radio solution
Last month saw the annual motor sport event Mudbash run by the Rover Section of Scouts Australia held on the Queen’s birthday weekend which fell on Friday the 7th of June until Monday the 10th of June 2019 and combines CAMS supported motor sport, general activities and camping. The event which saw its 47th anniversary attracted over 1500 participants and visitors.
The importance of our emergency services and the depth of their contribution to society cannot be overestimated.
Rapid response units, for the police, fire and ambulance services, all rely on a robust communications network to share information keeping their colleagues in the loop and saving lives.
In practice, this network will look very different depending on the service that is being provided, the location and the kind of emergencies they will typically be dealing with. However, Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) is one of the core communication technologies at the heart of many public safety operations.