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Mobile Mesh Network for Ferries is Canada’s First Deployment of Motorola’s AP7181

Originally Published in Security Director by Leischen Stelter Nova Communications is proud to have worked with Chubb Security and Motorola Solutions to provide the Halifax Regional Municipality’s ferry system with Canada’s first Motorola AP7181 Mobile Mesh Network. HALIFAX, Nova Scotia—Taking a corporate approach to security was an important step for Halifax Regional Municipality in its… Read More»

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Community College Partnership Teaches Students Wireless Communications

Don Dickson speaks fondly about his time as a co-op student with Nova Communications. At the tender age of 50, Dickson had just finished a two year electronics course at the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), and was looking for experience in the wireless communications industry. He found an opportunity with Nova Communications, and fifteen… Read More»

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Corridor Resources Inc. Takes Advantage of Wireless

Frontrunner in onshore natural gas uses new wireless technology to create a competitive advantage Source: Corridor Resources Inc. Corridor Resources Inc. is a name well-known around Atlantic Canada not only for its exploration of oil and gas, but for its use of innovative technologies for production. So when the company was looking for wireless technology… Read More»

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Caribbean Countries Hosted By Nova & Nova Scotia Government

After connecting thousands of Nova Scotian’s, the province’s successful broadband project is now making connections with countries around the world. A delegation from three Caribbean countries wrapped up a tour exploring economic opportunities arising from Nova Scotia’s broadband initiative today, March 30. Visiting the province are government ministers Ambrose George (Dominica), Evan Gumbs (Anguilla), Glenn… Read More»

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Halifax City Council Awards Metro Transit Security Camera Contract to Nova Communications

Source: The Chronicle Herald Council awards $1.28m tender to Dartmouth firm By AMY PUGSLEY FRASER City Hall Reporter Metro Transit’s 200 buses are about to be fitted with security cameras. But don’t expect a transit police force any time soon. At council’s regular meeting Tuesday night, councillors voted to award a $1.28-million tender to Nova… Read More»