The Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) program spans the following technical areas in which we work to improve critical first-responder communications. Click each to view all related press.
The following are the latest news items mentioning our work or topics directly affected by our work.
“PSCR Location Summit Identifies Z Axis, Maps as Critical Focus Areas,” MissionCritical Communications, November 2015.
“Texas Events Highlight Public Safety LTE Research, Real- World Scenarios,” (mentions PSCR location-based services research area), MissionCritical Communications, November 2015.
“ITS Report Identifies Best Public-Safety LTE Speech, Audio Technologies,” (highlights ITS audio quality work at PSCR labs; view NTIA Technical Report TR-15-520), MissionCritical Communications, October 2015.
“South Korea Plans to Deploy Mission-Critical PTT over LTE this Year,” (nist-quotes PSCR’s Andrew Thiessen), Urgent Communications, July 2015.
“Dereck Orr Highlights Job Opportunities” at PSCR, CTL,” Urgent Communications, July 2015
“PSCR Seeks New Participants for Public-Safety Broadband Demo Network,” MissionCritical Communications, July 2015.
“Dereck Orr Discusses the PSCR Program’s New Initiatives in Wake of $300 Million of New Funding,” Urgent Communications, July 2015.
“International Push Expected to Ensure that Mission-Critical PTT Standard for LTE will be Finalized in 2016,” (nist-quotes PSCR’s Andrew Thiessen), Urgent Communications, June 2015.
“FirstNet’s public-safety-centric mindset ‘very different’ than typical federal entity, Swenson says," (FirstNet Chairwoman Sue Swenson delivers the first day’s keynote address at the three-day 2015 PSCR PSBB Stakeholder Meeting), Urgent Communications, June 2015.