This is a common issue in many industries, the police, event staff and door staff all have to wear earpieces for a long time, this little device is great. We still need to be convinced if this is the answer to a curly tube. Developed by a team of audiologists using technology originally created for … Continue reading Covert and Comfortable: A new generation of earpiece designed to maintain awareness
If you have ever been involved with the planning or organizing of an event then youâll know just how important it is to keep everyone informed with whatâs going on. Failing to properly communicate with other event planners can have disastrous consequences and the whole event could fall apart. Walkie talkies have a wide range … Continue reading 2 Way Radio Headset for Festivals
It canât be said that this is a surprising development; mission critical communications have to be managed by radio based companies, not IT experts. Moving into the direction of using 3G or 4G for emergency services is a dangerous direction to take. The Home OfficeÂ is still planning to award new emergency servicesÂ radio network contractsÂ this year … Continue reading HP withdrawal leaves just one bidder for two police radio contracts
Historian and botanist Mark Griffiths claims to have cracked a centuries old code, revealing a brand new image of William Shakespeare. The picture appears on the title page of the 1598 volume âThe Herball or Generall Historie of Plantesâ by the horticulturist John Gerard.Â Apparently, Griffiths was able to decode a Latin cipher âof the … Continue reading The Shakespeare Code: Does a 400-Year-Old Portrait Offer a New Image of The Bard?