Patrick Koskan, senior resource manager in Motorola Solutions’ advanced subscriber technologies unit, and Melanie King, a senior software engineer for Motorola Solutions, highlight the capabilities of a prototype thermal-sensor device that is designed to be attached to a firefighter’s gear to allow hands-free access to its data.
Rich Payne of Motorola Solutions explains how real-time crime data and predictive-analytics tools can be used to brief officers and deploy law-enforcement resources more effectively. Motorola Solutions gained these capabilities through its recent purchase of PublicEngines.
Daniel Dakessian, senior product marketing specialist for Motorola Solutions, demonstrates the capabilities of a prototype connected police-officer solution, which calls for numerous sensors on an officer providing automated inputs that can accessed quickly by dispatch and/or incident-command personnel.
Alan Conrad, distinguished member of the technical staff in the chief technology office of Motorola Solutions, demonstrates the capabilities of a prototype LTE eNodeB/evolved packet core (EPC) that could be used in a terrestial setting—or an aerial drone—to provide public-safety users with LTE coverage in locations not covered by a fixed LTE network like FirstNet, or to enhance capacity in an incident area.
Brent Feig, a lieutenant in the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s intelligence division, outlines the current capabilities and future plans for his agency’s new real-time crime center that was launched last week.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should be commended for its recent unanimous ruling in favor of increased horizontal-axis location accuracy requirements for Wireless Enhanced 911 (E911) systems, and for providing guidance on a path to develop and implement vertical-axis solutions and requirements.
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department officials and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay unveil the city’s new real-time crime center and transportation hub, which is designed to leverage existing surveillance assets and technology from Motorola Solutions to coordinate resources to prevent or limit criminal activity.
IDA launches its Trak-it Data Engine (TiDE) technology, a data-management platform that is designed to help the two-way radio industry move into data-centric high-growth areas, such as location-based services, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things.