Driven to Succeed: Radios and the Road

My basic review of a new earpiece it starts up well, looks rather awesome, is simple to run and actually power efficient, the radio earpiece is a fine product. I’m pleased I bought it, read further underneath.

headset. earphonesWith millions of pounds dedicated to highway maintenance in the UK every year, contractors need fast, reliable communication. Two-way radios provide everything they need. In spades.

Our motorways are, in many ways, the backbone of Britain. Without our roads in tiptop condition, it is not an exaggeration to suppose that the country might come to a complete and unmitigated standstill. Trucks making deliveries, cargo brought in from oversees, travellers going to and from tourist sites, people going to work, the list is practically endless. So what part do two-way radios play in this ongoing drama of our roads?

Well, believe it or not, contractors frequently operate around the clock in order to minimize interruption and ensure that our roads are as safe and efficient as Humanly possible. These contractors are directed from control centres that utilize various mobile teams: groups of expert professionals who are mobilized and co-ordinated almost entirely by two-way radio. Contact with the control centre demands a quality radio, but so does contact with a fellow professional who may be further away than a reasonable walking distance. When time is of the essence, nothing beats instant communication.

Two-way radios used for highway maintenance need to be strong, durable and high performance. Sound needs to come through clearly despite potentially bad weather and traffic noise. In addition, the device must be as rugged, determined and expert as the contractor who wields it.

For various reasons, these lines need to be secure, so the radio network employed by the contractors is highly fortified. These radios need a large signal coverage area as well, because the contractors never know where they’ll be working from one day to the next.

Then, of course, there’s health and safety to consider, especially during days where visibility is poor and there is a high level of traffic. If an accident of any kind occurs, fast, reliable communication can, quite literally, save lives. Two-way radios that are used in highway maintenance are usually equipped with ‘emergency modes’ and ‘lone worker’ modes (where the radio, if it hasn’t been used within a preset period will automatically issue an alarm) as well as other safety features.

Essentially, highway maintenance would be virtually impossible without the use of two-way radios. Its not just in the UK, either, most countries that employ a significant network of roads also use walkie talkies in order to better communicate with associated employees. Quite how the Romans managed without them is likely a great mystery to the modern highway contractor!

Why Does Ramon Keep His Bluetooth Access Off? So Hackers Can’t Steal My Data.

With such a lot of information around the internet about earpiece’s it’s hard to discover the best and generally honest information. here’s a piece from a reputable site that i believe to be accurate, don’t quote me on it but please read and enjoy

When I give presentations on security, especially mobile security, I stress that it’s important for mobile professionals to turn their Bluetooth devices OFF. The reason for this is that hackers can access your mobile devices through their Bluetooth connectivity. Think I’m joking? Symantec writes about it here.
(I know many you think “Bluetooth” is a headset for your cell phone. NO. Bluetooh is a wireless technology that many mobile devices – like wireless headsets use – to connect to other devices).
W32.Flamer is possibly the only Windows based threat we have encountered which uses Bluetooth. It is yet another indicator that W32.Flamer is not only exceptional, but that it is a comprehensive information gathering and espionage tool. The CrySyS laboratory has previously documented the technical details of Bluetooth in W32.Flamer. But, what does this actually mean for potential victims targeted by Flamer? What can an attacker accomplish using Bluetooth?
The Bluetooth functionality in Flamer is encoded in a module called “BeetleJuice”. This module is triggered according to configuration values set by the attacker. When triggered it performs two primary actions:

The first is to scan for all Bluetooth devices in range. When a device is found, its status is queried and the details of the device recorded-including its ID-presumably to be uploaded to the attacker at some point.

The second action is to configure itself as a Bluetooth beacon. This means that a computer compromised by W32.Flamer will appear when any other Bluetooth device scans the local area. And there is more. In addition to enabling a Bluetooth beacon, Flamer encodes details about the infected computer (see Figure 1) and then stores these details in a special ‘description’ field.
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