We help agencies and organizations responsible for public safety to get the most out of the latest broadband networks and digital technologies. First responders can be more effective and faster, become even more proactive and make better informed decisions. Technology solutions that enhance efficiency, intelligence and responsiveness are key to improving situational awareness and coordination between all parties involved in any emergency. Below are some examples of the work we do and the solutions we provide to support critical communications in the public safety sector.
Embracing private wireless for enhanced disaster resilience
Sendai City in the center of Tohoku region in Japan knows the devastation that can be caused by environmental disaster after the 2011 tsunami. They are now embracing private wireless for enhanced early warning.
Improving stateside first responder communications
We were chosen by California Governor¡¯s Office of Emergency Services to upgrade the statewide microwave network to support first responder communications for the 38 million residents within the 163 695 square miles of the state of California.
5G, sensors, video and smarter, more sustainable living
Nokia Bell Labs is driving the LuxTurrim5G ecosystem project that includes smart light poles equipped with 5G radios, video cameras, info displays, and a variety of sensors to create the fabric of a city. The poles enable fast connectivity and a wide sensor network which together form a basis for new data-driven services. The services are being created to respond to the needs of ever more populous cities, services related to public safety, situational awareness, traffic guidance, autonomous transportation, energy efficiency, environmental sensing or healthy living.
Detecting anomalous activity for a safer society
Using machine learning analytics on video camera feeds, only those pieces of video that contain relevant information are sent on to human operators. Making video security safer for those people going about their normal business.