Berlin, 30th November 2017: An additional channel to the security radio network and a multiple increase in availability - this is the new alert solution 2wayS. The Berlin e*Message Wireless Information Services Deutschland GmbH is currently presenting this and other communication and control solutions at the PMRExpo in Cologne. During his visit to the e*Message trade fair stand, the Minister of the Interior for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Herbert Reul, received first-hand information about the possibilities for alerting fire services and technical emergency units in the industry, about control solutions in the energy sector and about applications for alerting the public. e*Message operates Europe's largest security radio network and focuses on the importance of a second com-munication infrastructure.
Berlin, 11th July 2017 - e*Message Wireless Information Services Deutschland GmbH successfully tested a new multi-channel communication solution under operating conditions at a large-scale drill in Würzburg on 1st July 2017 as part of a federally funded research project by aid agencies, universities and industry.
Berlin, 6th March 2017: Dr Klaus Hütten is the new chairman of the Federal Association of Professional Mobile Radio (PMeV). The e*Message Wireless Information Services Deutschland GmbH Sales Director was elected by the general assembly in Hamburg on 1st March. He is thus taking over from Peter Damerau who held the position of chairman since 2009. The Motorola Solutions Germany GmbH Sales Director did not run this year and was elected an honorary member by the assembly. Dr Klaus Hütten was one of his deputies since 2009.
Berlin, 18th January 2017: e*Nergy, the remote control solution by Berlin mobile network operator e*Message Wireless Information Services Deutschland GmbH, is a legally compliant and meaningful application in light of the Act on the Digitisation of the Energy Transition (GDEW). Already available, it could complement the imminent smart meter roll-out aimed at creating a Germany-wide smart grid. These are the findings from a current study commissioned by e*Message and carried out by the audit firm Ernst & Young.