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TPG has been fined $400,000 after court action taken by the Australian Communications and Media Authority relating to the telco's failure to provide triple zero access to all of its customers.
The Victorian government will spend $24.6 million to provide 6000 GPS-enabled radios to firefighters in the state.
The chairman of the Australian Communications and Media Authority has said his agency’s “door remains open” after the Police Federation slammed the agency for its handling of wireless spectrum dedicated to public safety agencies.
A next-generation, national disaster management platform under development will be interoperable and based on open standards.
The government has proposed requiring access to triple-zero emergency services on satellite phones.
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