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Possibly more so than any other aspect of public safety, effective communications are mission-critical for law enforcement agencies, fire departments, emergency medical service providers, and other governmental organizations. In the past, first responders primarily used voice communications, resulting in a potentially dangerous lack of situational awareness. With the development of new wireless technologies, the available options have expanded to include narrowband data, text messaging, satellite video, and other forms of communications.
Mobile apps are rapidly transforming the way emergency first responders communicate, collaborate and, ultimately, save lives. But for all these advances, one challenge remains: putting the best of these apps in one package so first responders can get the best use of them in real time. Motorola Solutions is addressing this challenge with its Intelligent […]Read more →
Motorola Solutions identifies top three trends for public safety communications in the next five years. Over the next five years, public safety agencies will need more capacity to communicate across a wide variety of networks, advanced devices to converge their communications across those networks, and wider options for administrating their systems from secure hardware hosted […]Read more →
It’s been estimated that more than three-quarters of America’s emergency telecommunications business goes to Motorola Solutions, which brought the first mobile police two-way radio to market in 1939. Today, the iconic image of a cop reporting suspicious activity on a portable two-way radio captures only a sliver of the technology that Motorola delivers to public […]Read more →
In a crisis when just a few minutes are the difference between life and death, police, fire and rescue personnel have to be able to talk to each other on two-way radios that use similar technology. That’s the idea behind the P25 initiative, which aims to ensure that safety agencies communicate via a common standard […]Read more →