Miami-Dade Fire Rescue selects MSV’s satellite voice, radio dispatch
Mobile Satellite Ventures (MSV) announced at the APCO International 69th Annual Conference & Exposition in Indianapolis that the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team, one of only two U.S. fire-rescue organizations that support the government’s international emergency disaster relief efforts, has selected MSV’s voice and radio-dispatch services as a component of its new command vehicle design.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue will equip their new tactical command vehicles with MSV voice, data and radio dispatch capabilities.
MSV’s two-way, wireless Dispatch Radio Service covers North and Central America, the Caribbean, parts of South America, and up to 250 miles offshore. MSV’s network for radio dispatch services supporting up to 15 talk groups from any one terminal. The MSV network includes two geo-stationary satellites and ground stations in Reston, Va., and in Ottawa.