Harris announces that its XL family of LMR radios can be integrated with self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) solutions from 3M Scott Fire and Safety to provide better audio quality to firefighters and other first responders.
Motorola Solutions announces its next-generation portfolio of MOTOTRBO digital radios that include Wi-Fi connectivity, extended battery life and low-power Bluetooth that can enable indoor-location tracking that are designed to improve enterprise productivity and efficiency.
First-responder technology is changing, and the tools used by police, fire, EMS, public works and others must keep pace. Right now, users need a rock-solid radio that works on today’s systems and can be upgraded in the future as public-safety communications continue to evolve.
Karthik Rangarajan, EF Johnson Technologies senior vice president for strategy and products, discusses the benefits associated with company’s sale to JVCKENWOOD and the features of new products showcased on the APCO 2015 exhibit-hall floor. Rangarajan spoke with IWCE’s Urgent Communications Associate Editor Stephanie Toone.
Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) manufacturer MSA and Motorola Solutions today announced an integrated Bluetooth solution that is designed to let firefighters communicate more clearly in noisy fireground environments.
Dane Windsor, business development manager and technical sales consultant for Motorola Solutions, demonstrates how the new APX 8000 P25 portable and the LEX L10 handheld LTE device can be used in collaboration to improve communications for a public-safety user.
Ronald Derderian, an officer in the Beverly Hills police department, explains the reason for his department’s excitement for Motorola Solutions’ APX 8000, an all-band portable radio in a small form factor that features high-quality audio and Wi-Fi connectivity, which enables speedy software updates.