Remaining Vigilant: Our Continued Commitment to Protect Health & Well-Being

As the coronavirus pandemic maintains its grip on the U.S., we remain committed to taking steps to ensure the health and well-being of our communities, customers and employees. We continue to follow CDC guidelines, limit in-person interactions and have established (and are sharing with our customers) best practices for disinfecting communications equipment. “Our focus remains

The Case for ALPR on Campus

When automated license plate recognition (ALPR) technology was introduced in the 1990’s it was initially adopted by public safety departments to enhance their enforcement and investigative capabilities. Today, you’ll find the technology in toll plazas, airport parking structures and, increasingly, on school grounds and college campuses as leaders look for ways to enhance security, add

Safe Schools from Motorola Enhances Campus Safety Amid the “New Normal”

Right now, in school districts across the country, administrators are finalizing their plans for a re-imagined 2020-2021 school year. Will there be in-person learning? Modified schedules? Socially-distant classroom configurations? Each district is forging its own path to a new normal in the wake of COVID-19, and while the strategies may vary from one district or

Avigilon™ from Motorola Solutions Enables the ‘Smart Restart’ of Business while Respecting Employee Privacy

As organizations emerge from the shut-downs imposed during the COVID-19 outbreak, conducting business-as-usual will be a thing of the past. For the foreseeable future, workplaces of all sizes will be implementing new rules and adopting best practices in social distancing. Motorola Solution’s video management system, the Avigilon Control Center (ACC), can help you monitor compliance

$850 Million in Grants Available to Help Prevent, Prepare for and Respond to COVID-19.

The U.S. Department of Justice Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program will provide funding to assist eligible states, local units of government, and tribes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The funding is available to cover costs associated with (but not limited to): Overtime pay Equipment (including law enforcement and medical personal protective equipment)