In the years since the 9/11 attack on the World Trade center, public safety organizations across the country have been compelled to address an issue that became crystal clear that day: Communication systems have inherent limitations. The World Trade Center featured communication towers on the roofs, making it difficult for emergency vehicles pulled close to
As issues of safety and security take on greater importance for our customers, we’re seeing a significant increase in the demand for large, integrated communication systems that work seamlessly across multiple locations, operating in both analog and digital modes, conventional and trunked configurations. In 2017 we completed five large-system projects. A year later, that number
In a nation where 82 percent of the population now has a smartphone, it may be hard to imagine that two-way radios are the most efficient way to communicate. But these devices are being put to use in some surprising ways these days to create safer, more productive and efficient environments.
Your customers expect everything delivered when and where they want it. Meeting those expectations calls for reliable, clear voice and data logistics communications, extending from the warehouse to the point of delivery. Drivers who can communicate safely without distraction. Assets that are tracked to maintain efficient transportation and logistics operations. Instant, reliable communications help delivery
Continuous Evolution of Motorola Solutions Digital Radio Technology Transforms Business Communications Two-way radio technology has evolved substantially over the past few years as digital capabilities transform business communications. Team Communications from Motorola Solutions, provided statewide by BAYCOM, addresses the challenges of communicating across a variety of user devices. The transition from traditional analog walkie-talkies to digital
Legal Communications Also Minimize Employer Liability Organizations looking to maintain communications with off-site personnel are turning to radios safe for drivers that fall within federal and state regulations limiting the use of cellular technology. Digital two-way radios with one-touch access provide an effective way for employers to communicate with their drivers while also keeping them