Motorola Trunked Users Group (MTUG)
MTUG brings together Motorola and the Public Safety and Public Service agencies that utilize Motorola trunked radio systems to promote the development, sustainability, and education of Motorola products, services and processes for the mutual benefit of all parties.
Product Insights and Training
As a member you will prototype test beta products, be able to give input on new feature developments, and get access to Motorola's product roadmap. You will be part of the team creating new industry standards, receive in-depth training on products and services, and get exclusive access to Motorola Manager Round Tables.
Pricing and Availability
Receive special pricing on products, accessories and services available only to MTUG members. Be the first to find out about new offers, and the release of new devices and add-ons.
Join 1400+ radio professionals in a User Group digital community, at the annual member meeting, and engage with your industry peers at regional meetings and the annual chapter presidents meeting. You will also have a direct line to the Motorola Solutions team.
How to Buy
Membership shall be limited to: Federal, State or Province, and Local Public Safety/Public Service agencies which own, operate or utilize a Motorola trunked or Motorola P25 conventional radio or data system or have such a system on order. There are two classifications of membership:
Associate Member: Any employee of an eligible agency or an employee of an agency utilizing the resources of an eligible agency can join as an associate member. $50/year after the first year.
Voting Member: A voting member is a full time employee of a Public Safety or Public Service Agency, who is the authorized voting representative for the agency. $85/year after the first year.
Level One: One voting and up to four associate members. $240/year after the first year
Level Two: Two voting and up to eight associate members. $500/year after the first year
MTUG is represented by an Executive Committee that is composed of a President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, nine Regional Directors and a Technical Committee Chairperson. The Technical Committees are led by an MTUG member as chair, and seven other MTUG members as subcommittee chairs. Technical Committees include:
• Customer Owned and Maintained (COAM) • Dispatch • LTE/Broadband • Subscriber • Systems