Articles By Barry Gander

First responders seek public feedback for wireless test-bed

Since 9/11, when First Responders charged into New York’s Twin Towers without interoperable communications equipment that could have told them what they were really facing, many nations have adopted measures to strengthen security

Published on: July 6th, 2012 Barry Gander

Software robot helps in first responder projects

by Barry Gander Areas for mutual development between researchers on first responder issues have been identified by a software robot that ‘reads’ online documents. The CIRILab software engine was recently employed to read

Published on: May 3rd, 2012 Barry Gander

LTE Test-Bed Coming to Canada

by Barry Gander Canada is getting a new facility to test broadband-level LTE wireless communications. The Canadian Police Research Centre (CPRC) has brought on the Networked Vehicle Association (NVA) to create a First

Published on: April 9th, 2012 Barry Gander

Show Me the Money – Innovation Opportunities From Networked Vehicles

The rapid surge in the number and importance of driver-assist and mobile devices is pushing “networked” to the front of the value chain, according to Joachim Taiber, Research Professor at Clemson University’s renowned

Published on: March 20th, 2012 Barry Gander

Electric vehicles meet the network – happening soon?

by Barry Gander Electric Vehicles (EVs) have a desperate need for communications, to help them get over “range anxiety.”  At a recent Networked Vehicle Association (NVA) Executive Workshop, a few EV factoids leaped

Published on: March 15th, 2012 Barry Gander