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Next Generation Mobile Intelligence

Rising community expectations for the capabilities available to responders

Big data will define the future of public safety, and as the community increasingly adopts social networks and sophisticated applications to simplify everyday and complex tasks, so does the expectation that agencies and responders are well-equipped for every incident.

Staying ahead of the curve.

Public safety agencies are facing unprecedented change. From managing daily operations with reduced budgets and resources to dealing with new and emerging threats, times have never been more challenging for public safety.

NGMI supports Australia and New Zealand’s public safety agencies to leverage technology to:

Increase availability of responders and their presence within the community.
Reduce response times.
Strengthen community engagement.

The right technology choices should enable:

Interoperability between teams and other agencies.
A free choice of devices and apps fully integrated to suit individual role types.
Analytics to help predict incidents before they occur.

Four principles of a broadband-enabled future for public safety

Voice communications will always be essential in public safety, but a broadband-enabled future will transform the way public safety agencies work and interoperate.


Work more efficiently to achieve higher levels of availability and response times.


Share real-time intelligence over the best available network at all times.


Shift from reacting and responding to anticipating, predicting and preventing.


Simplify management and guarantee the performance of your communications.

Why Motorola Solutions?

Motorola Solutions is committed to providing public safety agencies with a flexible technological platform to support their evolving needs for the future.

We deliver NGMI through:

  1. Defining each agency’s mobility vision: technology-agnostic advice and designs to achieve specific mobility objectives.
  2. Delivering managed services and 24/7 support: managed services agreements and support services for any or all parts of each communications environment, providing a single point of accountability for integration, migration and ongoing performance.
  3. Providing flexible “as-a-service” models: “as-a-service” subscriptions providing the flexibility to use devices, cloud-based apps and networks according to need.