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MINNEAPOLIS (APCO, Motorola Solutions, Booth #1213) – Aug. 20, 2012 – Within the information flowing between citizens, responders and agencies is the intelligence that builds a safer city. Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:MSI) is helping agencies collect more of it, make it actionable and securely distribute it across mission-critical devices and easy-to-manage networks. By turning noise into information, information into intelligence, and intelligence into safety, public safety agencies can do the absolute most with less—build safer cities, counties and states, and communities that thrive.
- Motorola Solutions equips the latest Ford Interceptor Sedan patrol vehicle with a full set of next generation communications equipment, including integrated cockpit controls, built-in push-to-talk, remote siren, light and door lock controls and LTE-enabled data applications running on the powerful new MW810 Mobile Workstation R2.0.
- For public works, utilities, transportation and rural public safety vehicles, the new APX™ 4500 Project 25 (P25) mobile radio gives customers P25 interoperable communications so that all first responders can communicate during emergency situations.
- Future law enforcement officer and firefighter demonstrations show how today’s and tomorrow’s devices, applications and sensors connected over P25 and Public Safety LTE networks tethered to incident command will help first responders be safer, smarter and more efficient. Featured applications include wearable cameras and sensors, advanced collaboration applications and the new Tactical Incident Command Solution for Motorola’s APX P25 radios, which enables enhanced fireground roll-call of more than 200 personnel within mere minutes.
- For covert operations, the newAPX 3000P25 radio combined with Mission-Critical Wireless covert audio accessories, helps undercover officers use a high-power concealed radio to blend into their surroundings while staying in constant communication.
- The Solutions Support Center area provides a window into the CIO’s department that shows how Motorola gives the IT staff a single view into the operations and management of the entire next generation platform. A common portal will access network and device management for both ASTRO 25 radio and Motorola Public Safety LTE, provide asset management across the government enterprise, and demonstrate how Motorola solutions help enforce strict government cyber-security.
- A unified messaging service demonstration shows how Motorola integration services can enable secure sharing of text messages and presence information between ASTRO 25 radios, Public Safety LTE devices, tablets and PC-based email clients.
- Motorola recently enhanced its alliance with Intrado to bring together the most advanced NG9-1-1 incident management solutions and services available today. By offering end-to-end NG9-1-1-ready solutions, Motorola can help public safety agencies immediately begin to improve call-handling capabilities, streamline their operations and speed up responses throughout the city.
- The Motorola next generation command center experience demonstrates how dispatchers’ workflows are streamlined with the new PremierOne Suite 3.2.1. Suite enhancements optimize the user experience with in-field reporting capabilities, integration with data-capable APX radios and local language support by region.
- The command center experience includes integrated fixed and mobile video systems, which make it easier to capture, analyze and quickly share video for improved first responder safety and better situational awareness in the field.
- Monday, Aug. 20, 2:30 p.m.: “Stay Ahead of What’s Next with Mission-Critical Intelligence,” Tom Miller, director of Public Safety Markets (former Lt. Colonel, Michigan State Police) and Bob Escalle, director of Product Management and Private Broadband Devices.
- Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1:15 p.m.: “Narrowbanding: What You Need to Know to be Compliant,” Al Ittner, senior manager of Spectrum and Regulatory Strategy.
“This is an incredibly transformative time for government with an acceleration of technology that is bringing unprecedented capabilities and use cases. Motorola Solutions continues to work alongside government officials and first responders who are dedicated to building safer cities. We provide the technology and expertise that enable communications centers to capture, correlate and share critical information so that actions in the field become more informed and collaborative, turning ‘ready for anything’ into ‘ready for what’s next.’ ”
Website: Safer Cities
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