Press Releases 2000

 
  • 01.07.2010  From Charleston to Dublin

    From Charleston to Dublin
    Global Paging Convention honors Dr. Dietmar Gollnick, CEO of the e*Message Group, with Industry Recognition Award.
  • 26.06.2010  Award for the Pioneering SAFE Project

    Award for the Pioneering SAFE Project
    The Bavarian town of Mering is named one of 365 towns in the “Land of Ideas” in honor of its early warning system using e*Warn sirens.
  • 15.01.2010  Expert Centre for Paging Applications in Berlin

    Expert Centre for Paging Applications in Berlin
    On his recent visit to the European headquarters of e*Message, Berlin’s Senator for the Economy and Technology Harald Wolf learned about the e*Message group’s divisions, customer offerings, and new developments. Wolf was particularly impressed by the continuous innovation that spans the company’s ten-year history. e*Message operates nationwide paging networks in France and Germany, as well as Germany’s largest trunked radio network, serving the Berlin-Brandenburg region.
  • 23.09.2009  e*Warn Sirens Already Operational in Northern and Southern Germany

    e*Warn Sirens Already Operational in Northern and Southern Germany
    e*Message is collaborating with Fraunhofer ISST in two population warning projects, SAFE and KatWarn. State agencies and concerned citizens receive alert messages via a satellite-based radio network. e*Message presented first results and future developments during the KAT 10 forum recently held in Berlin.
  • 07.07.2009  The first Global Paging Convention

    The first Global Paging Convention
    The American Association of Paging Carriers (AAPC) and the European Mobile Messaging Association (EMMA) co-hosted the first ever Global Paging Convention in Montreal, Canada. Carriers, manufacturers, suppliers, and resellers from fifteen countries and five continents joined together for two days in June to showcase their emerging technologies and applications, and to learn innovative applications for wireless messaging in numerous educational sessions.
  • 20.02.2009  Pagers and Sirens Go Digital

    Pagers and Sirens Go Digital
    The migration to digital e*BOS alerting has gone off without a hitch for fire brigades in Börde, the second largest district in Saxony-Anhalt. All 254 sirens and the 1,700 pagers used by firefighters, paramedics and rescue workers are now controlled using the e*BOS virtual private alerting network. This could have a resounding effect on public warning systems all over Germany.
  • 18.02.2009  Storm Siren with Wake-up Function

    Storm Siren with Wake-up Function
    e*Message, the specialist in alerting solutions, presented a new kind of storm siren at Bremerhaven’s 4th Storm Congress. The new device uses a warning module equipped with the necessary wake-up function. The Fraunhofer Institute (ISST) and e*Message are currently field-testing the storm early-warning system.
  • 10.12.2008  Warning Module Replaces the Conventional Siren

    Warning Module Replaces the Conventional Siren
    Valabre, December 1, 2008. At a conference jointly organized by the European Commission and the PSC Europe Forum in Valabre, France, e*Message premiered its new public-warning module. Called the e*WM (for e*Warnmodul), the new module can be integrated in all kinds of user devices to make them personal sirens that work anywhere, any time.
  • 25.09.2008  e*Broker Now Features LME Steel

    e*Broker Now Features LME Steel
    Now users of the e*Broker Maxx premium pager can order the LME Steel module to complement the nearly 800 stock-exchange tools that the service already provides. The new module was created in response to the exponential increase in steel prices on the world market. e*Broker provides share and commodity prices over a pager network and is tailored to the needs of brokers, businesspeople and private investors.
  • 22.05.2008  A Top-Flight Experience

    A Top-Flight Experience
    e*Dispatch Professional Mobile Radio GmbH will supply a trouble-free mobile communication solution during Berlin’s International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA), which opens May 27, 2008, on the south part of Berlin’s Schönefeld Airport. This year the ILA—one of the world’s largest aerospace trade fairs—welcomes one thousand exhibitors from forty different countries, and awaits hundreds of thousands of visitors.

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