Expects to provide first responders with the latest in mission critical features and capabilities
Motorola has launched several new services to provide first responders with connectivity and access to real-time information using mission critical technology that is second nature.
According to the company, the new offerings include a single site Project 25 voice system, a portable radio battery reader and a dual-unit charger for Motorola’s APX multi-band portable radio, enhanced mobile computing features and a resource location system.
Motorola has developed these new communications services to provide first responders with the latest in mission critical features and capabilities. Motorola’s Astro 25 services are part of the MOTOA4 mission critical portfolio of products that is expected to offer seamless connectivity between first responders.
Bob Schassler, corporate vice president for government and public safety products organization at Motorola, said: Motorola puts real-time information into the hands of first responders to provide better information that enables better decisions for better outcomes. Motorola products being announced at IWCE are evidence that we are matching customer needs with innovative new solutions that increase productivity and operational efficiencies, optimize emergency response and enhance situational awareness.